I've been thinking lately, about how everyone seems to turn into an AMD-ATI fanboy when they think that said company will come out with a new line of graphics cards. But, I did not think it went as far as reviews being biased as well. This is a quote from TweakTown.com, regarding the GTX 280: "The thing is, the GTX 280 is a good card in the sense of what it’s capable of. Such technology as CUDA and PhysX are great inclusions. But I’m a gamer; I want FPS! - I can’t sum it up better than that, and the GTX 280 really didn’t deliver in that department." Personally, I don't understand why - but maybe that's because I understand the reason why every card they have created, ever since the R600 has been inferior. This is because of the Super Scalar architecture, and it's vast inferiority to the Scalar architecture used by nVidia ever since the G80. The only reason I see to buy a card more powerful than the 9800 GX2 or simply 9800 GTX SLi, would be to play Crysis, because Crysis is the only game that the GX2 can't max out, and I doubt that any game will be as difficult to run as Crysis currently is, for at least a year. So, since Crysis seems to hate Super Scalar architectures, all ATI cards fail to run Crysis, and continue to do so. In which case, I see absolutely no reason to buy any card from their new selection. So, what do you think?