aka_STEVE wrote on Oct 30, 2020, 11:04:
OK , Seriously ! How the fuk does it matter when they admitted they have almost no cards available ??
EVGA is the only site even remotely giving a chance to buyers with their cue-based line system... but no one else has seen 1 card last longer than 2 minutes before bots have snapped them all up.
So literally they probably won't be having to give away more than ~ 100 games for free..??
Nvidia has seriously lost their mind this release...
Kxmode wrote on Oct 1, 2020, 13:33:
While I laud CDPR's efforts, I remain unconvinced Galaxy is a stable product. Whenever I periodically launch the app, my games from other services keep disappearing even though I've synchronized with those services (GOG games are the only games that consistently appear in Galaxy without problems). It then turns into an hour-long ordeal of relinking the services and then figuring out why games I own on those services do not appear. Out of frustration, I stop using Galaxy. This pattern repeats itself every time I launch Galaxy. I am not prepared to have to deal with this headache at a purchasing level. For all I know, my money could get lost in the ether between Galaxy and the store. In the case of Steam, issuing a Paypal chargeback typically results in Valve banning an account from making additional purchases.
jdreyer wrote on Sep 21, 2020, 15:48:aka_STEVE wrote on Sep 21, 2020, 15:33:
Oh I forgot to also mention,.........
R.I.P. Elder Scrolls = now dumbed down to run at the lowest console denominator .
I think TES has been on console since Oblivion.
RedEye9 wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 18:49:Drayth wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 18:44:wait, don't you understand that there will ALWAYS be a better/faster/prettier/shinier/sweeter part around the corner
Simon Says wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 18:39:Drayth wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 18:09:
Doesn't matter what a reviewer's opinion is anyways. The numbers are what they are.
Yup and for a node shrink, they suck, a lot. Samsung's 8nm is really a 10nm++, no wonder. It's called a half node shrink in the industry, not a "full" node.
Hopper is supposedly going to be on TSMC's 5nm, that would be 1 full node and a half from Samsung's 10nm++. Now that will be something.
Simon Says wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 17:50:El Pit wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 12:06:
30% better performance at about 60% of the price... I call that a very good deal.
What I don't like is the lack of video RAM. This is why I will be waiting for the 3070 Ti or 3080 Ti.
Forget the 60% figures, the cheapest are around 100$ higher than MSRP. The perf is FAR from what was claimed and the perf per watt was just utter horseshit.
Gamers Nexus wasn't impressed.
Hardware Unboxed wasn't impressed.
Linus wasn't impressed.
Only Jayz"Nvidia"2Cents and Digital"Cherrypicking"Foundry were.
Cutter wrote on Sep 16, 2020, 15:45:
Entirely valid posts. My question is are you willing to pay twice as much for that? I'm not.