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Date Added: 10th January 2011
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Hulahuga (Forums) on Wed, 12 January 2011 9:47pm
So the industry is siding in two camps even further... This might get interesting :)
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Poopipe (Forums) on Wed, 12 January 2011 9:48am
I just checked my crystal ball and it's telling me that intel socket versions of nvidia chipsets will appear on the market ahead of the AMD ones. There'll probably be a brief flirtation with low price chipsets that feature onboard graphics, networking and stuff from nvidia that wont sell many units and eventually it'll settle down and we'll get back to business as usual. ie. largely the same thing that happened when nvidia were sleeping with AMD ...Since AMD bought ATI (or whatever way round it was) this has been inevitable and i for one welcome it.
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NinthJake (Forums) on Tue, 11 January 2011 7:22pm
Well in my opinion AMD and Nvidia work pretty well together as well but I want to know what this partnership will bring us in the future :D
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Poopipe (Forums) on Tue, 11 January 2011 11:46am
In my experience using anything other than an intel/Nvidia combo spells disaster anyway.
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Psycho Mantis (Forums) on Tue, 11 January 2011 10:36am
i dont worry at all. im running an intel machine at home and at work, and i love it. and since i droped my ati and plgged in a nvidia gforce. things run smooth.if they work hand in hand and optimize their products performance wise, we all benefit from that. i would even pay higher prices if that saves jobs in both companies
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Poopipe (Forums) on Tue, 11 January 2011 1:52am
[QUOTE=MStandar;831736] im not sure what AMD should to, they can go their own race, or maybe find someone to work with.[/QUOTE]you mean like ATI? oh, hang on.....
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MStandar (Forums) on Tue, 11 January 2011 1:33am
Hmm, i am splited in two, when it comes to this stuff.On one side we can see very intresting stuff coming out in the future.But on the other side, im not sure how good this is for the consumers, It could lead to higher prices, you could call it cartel work.AMD was a small company before, but now once those to gigants work together, im not sure what AMD should to, they can go their own race, or maybe find someone to work with.
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