Yay ! Let's show we have no clue by linking to TheInquirer.
Originally Posted by name='zak4994'
Normally when they rebrand cards, they have some form of differrence. be it clocks or even a plastic cover change. But this is a new low.
The first sentence I thought immediately, but for obvious reasons related to the thread and not the product.
The last sentence is pretty applicable too.
Again, if we bring our heads out of our anti-nvidia-arses, if the card was released as a GT380 - u have a rebranding reason to cry, a reason to say this card is something it aint.
Get used to it, the previous generation has already seen that when a 'new' product is bound for the shelves, or in this case oem, the card will be named with a number applicable to where it lies within the current generation. We've already done this with the 200 series names, and the 100 series if we cared to post about it at the time - most of us understood it and weren't looking for epic sound-bites, bandwagon jumping or just trying to look stoopid for stoopid's sake.
OMG shock - it's labeled a 310 !!!! x1x lies where in the 300-399 numbering system ? oh it's right at the bottom... what we think it's going to be good at ?
Bit of common sense ? Aye ?
What exactly IS happening with OC3D over the last so many months ? It's gone very unprofessional.