Sources: AMD, AnandTech
quote: The latest GCN chips ... will compete ... Intel's Iris Pro in the gaming market.
quote: That's why you've had a good experience. The base drivers are pretty good; it's the features built on top of those drivers and that require the control panel that have issues (e.g. crossfire and eyefinity). The fewer features you use, the less likely you'll be to have a problem.
quote: Also I cannot comment on the control panel stuff. I install the driver through device manager specifically so it doesn't install all that unnecessary junk. I haven't seen or used NVidia or AMDs control panels apps in years.
quote: Game profiles alone are worth it. Being able to have game-specific video settings is super useful IMO.
quote: No offense, but I don't know anyone who exclusively uses the drivers from Microsoft for their graphics card.
quote: Umm you know those are just very basic drivers, right? And there's some significant features you might be missing out on by not installing them.No offense, but I don't know anyone who exclusively uses the drivers from Microsoft for their graphics card.
quote: Agreed, I think he was twisting what you said just a bit.
quote: My point was you're gimping yourself doing it that way. If I have to sit here and list all the settings you don't have access to, and all the features you miss out on, then YOU are the clueless one.
quote: I guess if you don't game at all or want good multi-monitor support it wouldn't matter that much though.
quote: Having not touched a company's product in 10 years leaves you very little room to comment on the quality of their product.
quote: "I know that was about ten years ago but man that put a bad taste in my mouth."
quote: *They will sell weak consoles for the next 10 years
quote: *None of that will matter because Nvidia has more resources and will build an even better product after they stop holding back and throwing away resources
quote: Things I've learned from this post:
quote: unless it's Reclaimer. Man I hate that guy.
quote: I'm an idiot, which for Daily Tech standards says a lot.
quote: At a tech preview event in Hawaii Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s (AMD) revealed its vision for next generation GPUs, APUs, and GPU technologies.