Amazon's New World beta is reportedly destroying RTX 3090 cards (update)

NeoMorpheus

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and if you can't admit you'd happily take one for free too then you've got some serious brand hate issues and should probably seek help.
I would sell it.

It is called having principles, not issues.

But as I said, cant help you understand that.
 

Adhmuz

Posts: 2,166   +963
I would sell it.

It is called having principles, not issues.

But as I said, cant help you understand that.
But you would still accept it, if you truly had these so these called principals you wouldn't accept it in the first place.

So far as I understand you think you have principals based on having been screwed over by Nvidia in the past, so now you fly the red flag and have to spread the word that Nvidia is evil and no one should support them, anyone who does you can call an "nv!diots" and this doesn't make you biased or deserve any repercussions from these people because they are all wrong, yet you'll happily take a free product from this company and sell it for profit?

Like I said, issues, or as you want to call them principles right?
 

NeoMorpheus

Posts: 653   +1,215
But you would still accept it, if you truly had these so these called principals you wouldn't accept it in the first place.

So far as I understand you think you have principals based on having been screwed over by Nvidia in the past, so now you fly the red flag and have to spread the word that Nvidia is evil and no one should support them, anyone who does you can call an "nv!diots" and this doesn't make you biased or deserve any repercussions from these people because they are all wrong, yet you'll happily take a free product from this company and sell it for profit?

Like I said, issues, or as you want to call them principles right?
This is my last response to you, because it is clear that you are not discussing anything, you are just tr0lling.

Read and get to whatever conclusions that would make you happy:

https://www.reddit.com/r/AMDGPU/comments/oh7dz6
 

CybaGirl

Posts: 59   +27
I don't understand this AMD and NVIDIA arguing?

As a streamer I would always purchase NVIDIA over AMD because of the dedicated encoder chip (NVENC) that NVIDIA cards have. Yes I know AMD have come out with something similar but it is still no where as good as NVENC nor has it been around or developed as long as NVENC.

Also NVIDIA cards are cheaper to run electricity wise compared to AMD and it has always been this way. So this is also another reason why I choose NVIDIA as I give enough of my money to greedy power companies already.

I use to only purchase AMD cards in the past until I switched to a GTX 1070 and again the reason for switching was because the power consumption and the GTX 1070 is far cheaper to run.

Never had an issue with my past AMD cards and I was happy with them. Well apart from the XFX one that died on me. But when the price of electricity sky rocketed I had to look at different cards to see where I could save money on my electricity bill and that's where the GTX won over AMD.

Whatever way you look at it. I think it depends on what you want to do with the GPU and what your financial circumstances are?

But at the end of the day if we didn't have AMD GPU's I think we would be paying a lot more money for NVIDIA cards.
 

NeoMorpheus

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I don't understand this AMD and NVIDIA arguing?
You have some good points, others are not entirely true, though.

But in the end, the argument comes from people that dont seem to understand that some people place the company behavior as a factor on the purchase and are willing to sacrifice for the greater good.

some concepts seems to be hard for some to comprehend.


and then you have the rabid cult members that in reality are walking empty shells that need to attach themselves to corporations and celebrities to find some validation to their emptiness, hence lashing out towards anyone that dares saying its not doing the same worshiping.
 

Adhmuz

Posts: 2,166   +963
This is my last response to you, because it is clear that you are not discussing anything, you are just tr0lling.
Well I was discussing you and your absolutely ridiculous posts in nearly every article lately all saying the same thing that AMD is the best and anyone who supports or use Nvidia hardware are unintelligent cult members. When in fact you come off as exactly what you are describing nearly every time you post, you seem to always have to get in some underhanded comment to belittle what everyone else says when they go against your principles, as if you are riding some high horse that makes you better than everyone else because you know better.

Take the following:
But in the end, the argument comes from people that dont seem to understand that some people place the company behavior as a factor on the purchase and are willing to sacrifice for the greater good.

some concepts seems to be hard for some to comprehend.


and then you have the rabid cult members that in reality are walking empty shells that need to attach themselves to corporations and celebrities to find some validation to their emptiness, hence lashing out towards anyone that dares saying its not doing the same worshiping.
You're so incredibly condensing it's hilarious to think you actually believe the stuff you right makes anyone think anything good of you other than your fellow cultists. And its like this in nearly all your posts, you simply can't have a civil discussion with someone who believes opposed to you and just have to throw in a way to undermine them on a personal level.

I'd go into whatever you want to call that list you linked to, however it comes from someone who is clearly heavily AMD biased (everything is a gimmick to him) and after reading a few of his responses on his reddit quite the A hole, besides, most of those points are just AMD butt hurt that Nvidia has better business sense in acquire IP and developing tech they don't feel the need to freely share with the apposition.
 

quadibloc

Posts: 299   +188
There have been reports of a few cards crashing from at least one other maker. But why just this one game? If the game is just using standard calls, as Amazon says, that would seem to indicate there's a bug in software from either Nvidia or Microsoft, or in the design of the GPU, that allows some games to accidentally push the card far too hard.
Of course, if the only people with the problem have loaded their cards with the "I'm using liquid nitrogen" bios, that would be different, but I think there are too many cases for that to be the case.