- Jan 16, 2003
Agreed, people have been enjoying their cards right now, but I ever said it was a bad deal.Quote:
Originally Posted by Keysplayr
And those people are probably curious if their purchase was a wise one. Fermi's launch will tell them that they either did "good", or could have done better.
I dont agree with this part
People who bought a 58xx series probably wanted top performance RIGHT NOW, so by the time Fermi actually launches, they have enjoyed their cards for months already - how can that be a bad deal?
And in the opposite situation, if you didnt buy a card yet, you probably dont need the extra performance anyway
Just pointing out that regretting about your decision in this case is stupid, whether you bought a card or not
Major problem with forums is that people do tend to read too much into posts.
Agreed on point two. Never said anything to the contrary.
Point 3. Buyers remorse is a common thing. But I didn't say anyone would be remorseful. I'm sure there will be some people who might say, "Hah, I knew I did right buying 5870 when I did!" and post about it. And there might be others who could say, "Dammit, I knew I should have waited." and never post about it.