[poll] nVidia or ati?

I said I would make this after the CPU one was done. and plus, shouldnt it be nVidia vs ATI,... wtf is nForce vs ATI about?
 
Ati, they've always been better, cheaper cards.

Plus I've been a loyal customer ever since the Radeon 6800. (That was like 8 years ago)
 
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Plus I've been a loyal customer ever since the Radeon 6800. (That was like 8 years ago)
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I don't believe there ever was a Radeon 6800. The first Radeon cards to use the "thousand" naming convention was the 7000 series. There is a GeForce 6800, so maybe you have been using nVidia cards all of these years thinking that they were ATi cards. !lol
 
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Plus I've been a loyal customer ever since the Radeon 6800. (That was like 8 years ago)
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I don't believe there ever was a Radeon 6800. The first Radeon cards to use the "thousand" naming convention was the 7000 series. There is a GeForce 6800, so maybe you have been using nVidia cards all of these years thinking that they were ATi cards. !lol

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Ok so I got them mixed up! (I had two computers actually, one with a Geforce 6800 a while ago.) GIMME A BREAK WILLYA?!
 
But the 6800 wasnt arround 8 years ago.... perhaps you did mean ATI... like a 9200 or something that was arround along time ago.

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Plus I've been a loyal customer ever since the Radeon 6800. (That was like 8 years ago)
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I don't believe there ever was a Radeon 6800. The first Radeon cards to use the "thousand" naming convention was the 7000 series. There is a GeForce 6800, so maybe you have been using nVidia cards all of these years thinking that they were ATi cards. !lol
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Ok so I got them mixed up! (I had two computers actually, one with a Geforce 6800 a while ago.) GIMME A BREAK WILLYA?!
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Both make exceptional cards. Most people complain about their cards from different companies, because their computer wasn't actually meant to run that type of card.

I'd vote both since I've used both brands, but there is no option.
 
I've used both. I'm currently using a nVidea card, my previous computer had a ATI chipped clone and both have served their intended purpose. I currenly favoring nVidea for performance and gaming value. But that could change tomorrow.
 
maybe i'm making things up but i am pretty sure that ATI / AMD said they would no logner try to compete for top slot, only for embedded and home / medium grade video cards. starting sometime soon.
 

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