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Do NVIDIA cards actually have some kind of advantage?

ilikepie51015
  • 74 months ago

So, why I am asking is because I have noticed that NVIDIA cards seem to be priced rather highly when compared to equally powerful cards made by AMD. Is this just because AMD has less "features" in their cards or are NIVIDIA cards just overpriced?

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  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

Well they normally run at a lower tempature with the same or better performance than AMD cards. Driver updates use to be a big advantage as well, but AMD has been improving slowly.

Really it's personal choice.

  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

I have always preferred NVidia over ATI (AMD) cards. It really comes down to a preference. I have had more issues with ATI cards than with NVidia.

  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

I prefer and have always "normally" used ATI cards. Drivers have been the biggest issue for them, however, they have taken leaps and bounds from where they were. Whichever you choose, buy from a GOOD manufacturer.

Again, its just personal choice.

  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

So what your saying is only buy from prestigious well known manufacturers i.e. ASUS, Sapphire, ect.

  • 74 months ago
  • 1 point

Its mainly a preference but Nvidia does have PhysX and GPU Boost.

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