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Old 07-10-08, 10:01 PM   #55
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Default Re: The right price for the GTX200 family...

I'm hardly "Crying" at the mention of ATI. But I sure has heck havent been discussing them either. And no I'm not joking. Considering the title of this thread. I thought we were discussing Nvidia pricing. Sorry for assuming the thread title was indicative of what the discussion was about. You can talk, praise, and dance around ATI all you want. But it has nothing to do with my original post. Nor what I have been discussing. I think you'll find the ATI discussion one sided because I have no interest in discussing their GPUS as I dont work or deal with ATI's driver teams. I work exclusively with Nvidia's driver and product teams and provide troubleshooting feedback and assistance for Nvidia hardware. Now you can choose to accept that. Or you can continue to try and have these 1 sided arguments with me about ATI. A company I dont even work or deal with. But I think you'll find yourself getting bored of that quickly.

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