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User Info: Mitsukiba

Mitsukiba
1 month ago#91
@DarkZV2Beta
Uh... I think you're doing exactly what Nvidia buyers are doing and mixing up the climate. Intel hasn't developed anything great since what? Haswell? Why even bother advertising if Manufacturers are being paid 1 Billion a year to NOT put your CPU's in their machines and misinformation is spreading like a Californian Wildfire. Only reason why Ryzen is even remotely good is because Intel paid AMD like 1.2+ Billion which went to their R&D.

If I recall, Nvidia is what recently suffered from failed Driver Updates resulting in ACTUAL fires. They're ones that are actually developing with planned obsolesce in mind. They're the ones selling you gimped cards, releasing a better version of said gimped card and then finally releasing the full powered card. Enthusiasts make up like 20% of the market.

That's the same reason why intel has like 80% of the graphics market. Enthusiasts are the problem. I remember reading about when ATI under AMD made better cards than the competition; year after year and the enthusiasts and consumers at large purchased the inferior product. AMD can only spread via word of mouth to the enthusiast crowd, have to let the consensus come out on its own. An Enthusiast should be researching this information of their own accord.

@Otimus
Nvidia has discrete graphics, but that only equates to about 20% of the graphics market

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Semirelated: Here is another example, people complaining about how hot Vega 64 is. When it's only marginally hotter than the 1080Ti and 1080 FE, ironically Vega hasn't reported any fires. Granted AMD can't get these to the other manufacturers fast enough.
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
1 month ago#92
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.
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Anything that has 3p fps or better is fine with me -mucloud

User Info: Mitsukiba

Mitsukiba
1 month ago#93
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.
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captsplatter_1
1 month ago#94
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.

I hope a third company jumps in the GPU market.
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User Info: Mitsukiba

Mitsukiba
1 month ago#95
captsplatter_1 posted...
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.

I hope a third company jumps in the GPU market.

That would be fantastic. But the cost of entry at this rate would be higher than the reward I fear. Maybe one of the smaller companies will join in the market. I just hope not Intel.

Of which they just hired Raja Koduri... The CFO in RTG and Lead Architect I mentioned before. Intel has something planned.
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
1 month ago#96
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.

Yeah, no, you just kind of went on a rant and completely ignored everything I said.
a quad core i7 was just a rebranded celeron -Pengu1n
Anything that has 3p fps or better is fine with me -mucloud

User Info: Mitsukiba

Mitsukiba
1 month ago#97
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.

Yeah, no, you just kind of went on a rant and completely ignored everything I said.

You blamed AMD. When they had several other problems including misinformation and obviously the most prominent which is Intel’s monopoly.

Factually, marketing to enthusiasts is wasted effort. They’ll do research for a purchase. Consumers go by what the Enthusiasts say and word of mouth.

And if they don’t know, they’ll simply look at benchmarks which can be very misleading.
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My GPU is trash. :(

User Info: Smackpwn

Smackpwn
1 month ago#98
not even future proof, probably superseeded in 5 years tops

User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
1 month ago#99
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.

Yeah, no, you just kind of went on a rant and completely ignored everything I said.

You blamed AMD. When they had several other problems including misinformation and obviously the most prominent which is Intel’s monopoly.

Factually, marketing to enthusiasts is wasted effort. They’ll do research for a purchase. Consumers go by what the Enthusiasts say and word of mouth.

And if they don’t know, they’ll simply look at benchmarks which can be very misleading.

Are you that simple? Yeah, Intel helped them along(for the what, 5th time?), but AMD dug their own grave with bad business decisions, from misrepresenting products to faulty parts to botched/paper launches to poor acquisitions to just outright uncompetitive products.
AMD's history of failures is well documented.
a quad core i7 was just a rebranded celeron -Pengu1n
Anything that has 3p fps or better is fine with me -mucloud

User Info: Mitsukiba

Mitsukiba
1 month ago#100
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Mitsukiba posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Not sure what exactly you're responding to. Just seems to be unrelated random tripe.

Just shutting down your constant misorfamtion by providing other factual evidence of how AMD had their hands tied. You blamed AMD, but there were several layers of plausibility. RTG was given money the CFO failed to make RX Vega worth something amazing, despite bringing HBM2 to the forefront.

But the real reason AMD failed, is because, we, the Consumer didn’t buy their stuff when it was at its prime. We instead went to Nvidia because we believed everything, but really we shouldn’t have and they lied directly to our faces, but we bought it. The facts were there, but no one cared.

Now AMD has sold their GPUs to miners and Nvidia is grossly overpricing GPUs. The only losers are us.

AMD has tried time and time again to put us first and we rejected them.

Yeah, no, you just kind of went on a rant and completely ignored everything I said.

You blamed AMD. When they had several other problems including misinformation and obviously the most prominent which is Intel’s monopoly.

Factually, marketing to enthusiasts is wasted effort. They’ll do research for a purchase. Consumers go by what the Enthusiasts say and word of mouth.

And if they don’t know, they’ll simply look at benchmarks which can be very misleading.

Are you that simple? Yeah, Intel helped them along(for the what, 5th time?), but AMD dug their own grave with bad business decisions, from misrepresenting products to faulty parts to botched/paper launches to poor acquisitions to just outright uncompetitive products.
AMD's history of failures is well documented.

Whatever. You say helped them a long like it was the smallest of the problems. You’re single handedly downplaying a monopoly. AMD may’ve lied to keep themselves afloat.

Even with ATI making phenomenal cards, faster cards for cheaper or the same price as the competition people still bought Nvidia.

Coffee Lake was a Paper Launch, but instead of buying Ryzen Chips which operate very well, people are buying last Gen i5’s.

Sure, Piledriver was a trash Architecture. But it was built for the future. A future that hasn’t shown optimization until now. It’s even literally caught up to Sandybridge.
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My GPU is trash. :(
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