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Acid , Since you have it Set so you can't Receive PM's here it is.
You have Chosen to go against what SKYMTL had requested and as such are getting a Temp Ban for 7 Days.
We take the care of this Forum Seriously and I advise everyone to think before they post...
I think we can all agree that buying any DX11 card is stupid at the moment.....we all know first gen tech is not always that great and its always better to wait until all the bugs are ironed out. :biggrin:
Dumbest rants ever????
If you've been around long enough I'm sure you remember why the 2900XT was so bad...compare that to the Fermi and you'll see what I'm saying is pretty much the truth no matter if you want to accept it or not.
And while I'm at it, I see a lot of people replying to...
I never once said they arent good cards, my original comment is that fanboys will buy anything.....I also think their are much better things are there for the money spent on any Fermi.
I buy things that have a good price/performance ratio, not things that cost $200 more for nothing else...
If you dont care why are you here trying to show me how great the 480 is???? :doh:
As I said in one of my earlier posts, it may well be hard for fanboys of anything to let go when its obvious the product they so adore isn't what it was supposed to be or what they would like to believe it...
Yes you are, but is there anything in that link thats new??? :blarg:
Edit: All that link does is pretty much confirm all the bad stories you hear about Fermi.....lets be honest, anyone who can look past all its bad points is either a Dell user or blind. :bananafunky::ph34r:
My GX2 cost me far less than Fermi, has never once gotten to 95'C while I've had it and believe it or not, XFX even had one out. :thumb:
What you buy you when order Fermi:
95'C max @ stock clocks/cooling.
300w load BEFORE you OC anything.
Noisy as a mo'fo.
Not faster than the 5970.
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