Posted 24 November 2012 - 01:15
I've found AMD and nVidia to both have pretty robust drivers, including multi-GPU configurations. Certainly I don't have a problem with either. However, nVidia drivers have a lot more flexibility and customisation options for advanced users. Further, I'm disappointed that AMD dropped support for much newer cards than nVidia did when it comes to Windows 8, which caused me a lot of problems due to the way it underscans by default with HDTVs.
Go for the card that offers the best value but if they're close then I'd give a slight advantage to nVidia.