Originally Posted by Xion X2
Like what? They're not engineers; they're programmers, so they obviously weren't working on the 4xx architecture. And since the 200-series has been out for quite some time, those drivers were pretty much optimized.
Guess they could've all been sitting around playing poker or something.
Ya they were sitting around playing poker, that's right. You got it all figured out my man, good job.
Oh and since you seem to know it all. Tell me, when exactly did the driver team get. their hands on some reference 400. series cards to test? You know for an absolute fact they were sitting with cards to test drivers with physically for over6 months? Please point me to that link if you have proof. Thanks.
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