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Old 11-01-19, 01:28 PM
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Sour grapes, the guy is a prick imho and way to complacent about his product stack.

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Old 11-01-19, 06:11 PM
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Sour grapes, the guy is a prick imho and way to complacent about his product stack.

On top of that he's just completely boring with his "it just works"


I think AMD has done well, yeah its expensive, but everything these days is, we don't need AMD to outperform Nvidia, we need them to give us good products, they can now deliver 1080ti performance for less money then a 2080, 1080ti performance for 1080 and 1440p has always been incredible and thats where the majority of the gaming market lives, so yeah, they did good.
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Old 11-01-19, 08:08 PM
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On top of that he's just completely boring with his "it just works"


I think AMD has done well, yeah its expensive, but everything these days is, we don't need AMD to outperform Nvidia, we need them to give us good products, they can now deliver 1080ti performance for less money then a 2080, 1080ti performance for 1080 and 1440p has always been incredible and thats where the majority of the gaming market lives, so yeah, they did good.
Yeah thats why I feel like AMD isn't competeting with Nvidia, they are comepting against themselves. However since they still sell in the same market they have to be mindful about pricing.

I think $700 isn't to bad provided it actually competes, but I would have preferred $600 at most.
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