quote: a lot of their cards still don't have HDMI/HDCP support. How come nVidia can't do something ATi has been doing for two years?
quote: And why are all these fanboys getting wet over a mid-range card? Where's the new high end?
quote: Firstly, if it supports HDCP compliance is meaningless unless you have an actual HDMI port- which makes me wonder what HDCP compliant actually means. Most of the cards use either S-Video, or a component breakout, but again, no actual HDMI in most of the cards.
quote: You're treating this like a nexgen launch,
quote: The first surprise is that this new generation of cards is not being introduced at the high end, as has always been the case, but rather the midrange, mainstream price point. In reality, there's a very simple explanation for this phenomenon: the architecture behind this card is the same as that introduced on the GeForce 8, and hardly improved with the arrival of the midrange versions (the 8600 GT, then the 8800 GT, as has been Nvidia's custom since the GeForce 6 series).
quote: Just face it ATI, you are always going to be in the shadows of a true graphics technology company. I find it very funny how ATI always develops these supposedly high end graphics cards that end up being held back by horrible drivers. Need I say more, nope didnt think so.
quote: And have you notice ATI fanboy how games like crysis,ut3, company of hereos,etc, nvidia cards generally have higher fps than ati does.
quote: You cannot compare the x2 to a single GPU solution and say "It's the performance king!" when you're not comparing apples to apples. It's still 2 cards..don't care of it's on the same PCB or not