Originally Posted by brady
Plus it seems NV is a little ahead in the GPGPU stuff. I know AMD has firestream or whatever it's called but I've yet to hear of any actual applications close to release that will benefit from it. CUDA is just around the corner and there are already some applications you can get for it and there'll certainly be more in the next few months.
I don't know what you're smoking, CUDA only exists because of what ATI was doing years ago in universities. ATI practically invented GPGPU. Not to mention in the GPGPU sector ATI's chips destroy Nvidias by like 3 to 1.