Submitted by DeathProof 1941d ago | news

ATI Passes Nvidia in GPU Shipments (Q2)

Nvidia has long been the industry leader when it comes to Graphic Cards; they have given customer power and speed at an affordable price.... (ATI, Gaming, Hi-tech, Industry, NVIDIA, PC hardware, Photo, Video)

fatstarr  +   1941d ago
well when you sell cheap cards vs good cards
cheap wins. ive been tempted but im nvidia 4 life. though when i build comps Ati/amd ftw lol love the extra cash.
GodsHand  +   1940d ago
Voodoo for life, Glide driver FTW.

Loved those cards back in the day, too bad they don't exist anymore, now I have to accept this opengl or direct x crap. I really wished nvidia would of used that asset and improved on it, I thought glide did a better job at doing graphics then opengl, or direct x. I know by todays standards it don't look so great. But I presonaly thought it did a better job.

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