[quotemsg=18457365,0,418006]"Once again, AMD is one step behind nvidia and intel in both innovation and performance"
Actually, it's been nVidia who has copied AMD here (AMD invented True Audio years ago. nV copied and added Audio Works, and AMD simply updated their True Audio into True Audio Next, with that said, it goes to show that you have no idea what you're talking about. Also, who owns the crown for price/performance? Yup AMD. Who holds DX12 performance? AMD Who holds compute performance, AMD. Who holds the entire console gaming industry? AMD. Who can make x86 CPU's to go along with their GPU's? AMD. Who owns 80+% of the VR industry? AMD. Who was the first and only GPU maker to have a card that uses HBM? AMD. Who has turned their company from a disaster into a success in recent times? AMD. Who is going to outgrow and outperform nVidia as a result of all of their innovations and success? AMD. Who will continue to dump money into dirty business tactics? nVidia.
I liked nVidia for a long time (I still have an nVidia gpu in my PC), but the more I learn about them and the intricacies of the GPU industry, the more I'm starting to seriously dislike nVidia's business practices. AMD is all for the people, making just about everything they do "Open source", so that developers can help make the experience for customers the best possible. nVidia does no such thing. They make you pay. nVidia, a stingy, greedy, disgusting company, that happens to make great, but overpriced products.[/quotemsg]
right now, amd is hurting on the pc market share wise, I believe it's up sense the 480 came out but it still a smaller piece of the pie, granted amd and nvidia are both tiny when compared to intel. Amd, while having a better track record then nvidia when it comes to not screwing their competition and own customers over, people argue that they aren't in a position to do that. Granted for me, nvidia screwed me over a few times, and continues to do so even when I don't have their gpus, so long as amd is a viable option, I'll buy from them.