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  Reply # 306876 13-Mar-2010 12:36
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Charles000:
Regs: yet for all the supposed technological superiority, ATI still have a poor record when it comes to blu-ray and h.264 decoding...perhaps we will need to run two gpu's - one for gaming and a seperate one for video
I don't have any problems with my 5770. In fact, I'm very happy with it. I just got it in December 09, having used nvidia since 1999!


I have to agree with this.  I have a HD5770 and it does a great job with Freeview HD and blu ray.  I think AMD historically have lagged behind nVidia on this front, and I do think that generally speaking nVidias drivers have been more reliable, but AMD really have got their act together in recent times -I hope it stays that way.

I also think that while this generation hands-down belongs to AMD, I'm sure nVidia will bounce back with Fermi2, or at least I hope they do, based on the assumption that they actually learn from their mistakes




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Reply # 306958 13-Mar-2010 20:24
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You ati suckers are all Naysayers the GTX480 and 470 will be the best cards in years that NVidia has released . I have prebought one over at computerlounge already . NVidia > ati

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 306968 13-Mar-2010 21:31
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Axeman480: You ati suckers are all Naysayers the GTX480 and 470 will be the best cards in years that NVidia has released . I have prebought one over at computerlounge already . NVidia > ati


No way man Ford is way faster than Intel and Coke tastes way better than Nvidia.

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  Reply # 307005 14-Mar-2010 00:15
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Axeman480: You ati suckers are all Naysayers the GTX480 and 470 will be the best cards in years that NVidia has released . I have prebought one over at computerlounge already . NVidia > ati


Problem is you will need a nuclear powerplant to run it..




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  Reply # 307044 14-Mar-2010 10:49
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Ragnor:
Axeman480: You ati suckers are all Naysayers the GTX480 and 470 will be the best cards in years that NVidia has released . I have prebought one over at computerlounge already . NVidia > ati


No way man Ford is way faster than Intel and Coke tastes way better than Nvidia.

Tongue out

Noooo!!!

Intel is waaay faster than Ford, and Nvidea tastes heaps better than Coke!




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