- Apr 19, 2012
- 12,062 (3.20/day)
- Gypsyland, UK
|System Name||HP Omen 17|
|Memory||16GB 2400Mhz DDR4|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 1060|
|Storage||Samsung SM961 256GB + HGST 1TB|
|Display(s)||1080p IPS G-SYNC 75Hz|
|Audio Device(s)||Bang & Olufsen|
|Mouse||Roccat Kone XTD+|
|Software||Win 10 Pro|
I still believe that the two editorials about the WHQL driver and AMD not trusting it's own processors for the Quantum did the damage.
An unfair review can create a negative image for a product. An unfair editorial can create a negative image for a whole company. The first one you can deal with it. Improve your product. The second one you can't deal with it, or at least it will take much more time. No matter what you do, no matter how good products you will make, people will be negative towards you for a long time.
If a company can't deal with a negative editorial, or negative PR in general (something written by every newspaper in every country known to mankind on a daily basis), then they probably shouldn't be a company any more.
NVidia went through a shitstorm with the 3.5GB thing. Did that stop them from sending future press samples to every site which wrote about it?