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Posted 23 November 2012 - 16:45
same card, and i can play bf3 on native res, at high settings. but remember i believe we both got the evga superclocked verson, which is going to be faster and better than the normal 560.
i paid $300 for it when it first came out. since this is the card i use, and its the card on sale, i suggest ths one will play the most recent games on high or at least medium settings at native res.
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Posted 24 November 2012 - 00:22
I'm tired of hearing this unsubstantiated opinion stated as fact. As far I'm aware, this is nothing more than a tenacious myth. Go to nvidia's forums and you'll see plenty of people whining about plenty of problems with their drivers. Go to amd's forums and you'll see the same.
Nvidia's driver's are more stable...
Posted 24 November 2012 - 00:40
Posted 24 November 2012 - 00:52
That's anecdotal evidence. If you really want to discuss that, I could mention I had problems with all nvidia video cards I've owned, and that the most unstable drivers I've ever seen were nvidia's under Vista in 2007. But that'd be just as irrelevant.
I have both AMD/ATI and Nvidia cards.... my ATI drivers are constantly having issues. on windows server 2008R2, 7 and 8. Skyrim is unplayable on my ATI card and Fallout NV is as well...