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Old 10-02-03, 08:01 AM   #44
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Originally posted by Skuzzy
Go ahead and pay a premium for a product that cannot perform well and have to wait on NVidia to hand replace code to make it play well. What are you going to do when the next big game comes out? Just wait until NVidia hand replaces the code again, and again, and again? Sort of like waiting on a roofer to come fix the leaks in the roof. "Well, we need to wait until it rains before we can fix the leak and we can only fix one leak at a time." I had no idea there were people that would support this, much less tolerate it.
Now that Nvidia DX9 hardware is out and developers can start using it to develop their games from the ground up, Nvidia won't be in this situation as often in the future.
We're all in it together.

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