Originally Posted by name='zak4994'
Nope. Unless I was given one perhaps.
I don't have any extreme prejudice against the ATI camp for the sake of it, for me it's all to do with confidence in the product in so much as I install it and anything else I do to it maintenance wize will be looking to improve the performance over an existing stable platform.
nVidias drivers do go through their rotations, but if the ccc were as-good
, I'd have no hesitation. And to be fair I hear they've vastly improved over the last few years - needless to say, improved and being as-good are two different things.
Plastic benchmarks and claims of the likes of 4870x2 don't impress me tbh.
Time spent messing on a pc costs money too, more importantly time u can't get back for a priceless amount. Spend £150+ more for the card ? For me, if it means this priceless time is not lost - then yes.