No more ATI?

ndboarder

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That's ok, I never liked the ATI name anyhow. I like AMD, but I'll be sticking to nVidia for my gfx for a while I'm quite sure.
 

nodle

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That's ok' date=' I never liked the ATI name anyhow. I like AMD, but I'll be sticking to nVidia for my gfx for a while I'm quite sure.[/quote']
Agreed, I wish it was Nvidia that they bought. Then it would be a match made in heaven. But I think Nvidia is too big of a company by themselves.
 

ndboarder

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That's ok' date=' I never liked the ATI name anyhow. I like AMD, but I'll be sticking to nVidia for my gfx for a while I'm quite sure.[/quote']
Agreed, I wish it was Nvidia that they bought. Then it would be a match made in heaven. But I think Nvidia is too big of a company by themselves.
Exactly, nVidia and AMD would be one hell of a merger, especially considering how well the nForce chipsets complement the AMD architecture, but as you said, I don't think AMD could've bought them out, the only possibility would've been some form of corporate partnership... maybe
 

Davidc

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ATI provided competition which made Nvidia better (quality and price). From that perspective, one might appreciate ATI.
 

ndboarder

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ATI provided competition which made Nvidia better (quality and price). From that perspective' date=' one might appreciate ATI.[/quote']
Yes, but Nvidia will still have competition, and IMO continue to rule the roost, so to speak.
 

Davidc

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ATI provided competition which made Nvidia better (quality and price). From that perspective' date=' one might appreciate ATI.[/quote']
Yes, but Nvidia will still have competition, and IMO continue to rule the roost, so to speak.
I just want you to spread the love around sir.
 

ndboarder

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I guess i really have no problems with ATI, but I will always buy Nvidia simply because of their unified driver and they work much better with *nix distros.
 
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