Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by arcticstoat, 13 Jan 2011.
Really? Is that statement necessary?
This is all well and good, but where is the driver support? This is the second release of the second revision of the Fermi architecture, and if you read the forums, nobody is gaming. Nobody is able to game, that is. Hell yeah I get 160 FPS on Unigine, but what good is that if I can't play any DX10+ titles for more than 5 minutes without driver failure? The money I spent on a pair of 570's is wasted until nVidia can fix their drivers. They even went so far as to say that the TDR driver reset problem is not their fault, it is not their problem, it is Microsoft or your hardware... but wait, nVidia-- your driver fails to respond and kicks to OS or black screens, and it is not your problem?
Hold on to your cash until you hear some real customer stories, boys. The hardware is here, but the support is NOT.
don't you see your problem?
unplug the 2nd one and it should be fine
i've never had any problem with my single card configuration.
I may be being slightly optimistic but I think this card will come in at around £170-£180.
Scan are selling the Evga 1gb GTX 460 for under £140 now, to clear stock before it hits but also leaving a niche for it it that price bracket.
Should be nice.
So, we're back to beating dead horses.
#1 observe new nVidia product rumour with different naming scheme
#2 take rumour as gospel truth, reading only certain parts of the article
#3 reuse an old meme
#4 profit/look stupid
depends on the game what is it
does it still crash when in single gpu mode, psu problem, motherboard , RAM or one of the gpus
wish I could play supreme commander 2 multiplayer, locks up me at game start or later on sli or not
I had mostly no issues with sli and one of my friends uses sli all the time, ATI cards get more come back on them
Er, what driver failure? I'm having no issues.
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