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AMD vs. NVIDEA

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AMD VS. NVIDEA  

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  1. 1. What is in your Rig?

    • AMD
      5
    • NVIDEA
      7
  2. 2. What brand do you prefere?

    • AMD
      5
    • NVIDEA
      7


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Depends on your PC budget, neither manufacture is "the best"


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2 minutes ago, FlavorZ said:

Which is your preference and what do you have?

Starting wars. 


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And the mod's will be on this thread like a fly to horse shit and lock it down before this goes any further. 

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I have Nvidia, but I prefer AMD. At least from the use cases and budget  I would have, I would prefer it.


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Having GeForce Experience alone is a huge plus, makes updating drivers so much easier. Not even mentioning all of the features it includes. From my experience with cards from both brands is Nvidea is more stable but AMD has made great strides in the last several years. Do your research. Pick a budget for your card and look at the benchmarks for the cards in your price bracket 


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Nvidia because green is my favorite color. 


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nvidias ok, so is amd. I prefer nvida purely for the ability to play games from my tablet. 

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