- Nov 17, 2008
New driver optimizations almost always improve performance over time. Usually gradual, but sometimes Nvidia/AMD can come up with dramatic improvements in specific games.i hope amd was telling the truth when they said upcoming drivers would greatly improve performance, because it seems like too much of a loss for $100 less.
I'm only skeptical because this card is right up my alley
lol i wondered the same thing too, even the bf4 290x is a turn off with that guy on it. I will never buy a reference gfx card if it had such logos plastered over it.
:biggrin: Nice! Well that clears it up.Its a Roman Cyber Duck. From an alternate reality where the Empire never fell of course...
So true. Sometimes I quit gaming and just pull out my GPU box to stare at for a couple hours. I just can't fathom having that dorky picture in my home. :sneaky:lol i wondered the same thing too, even the bf4 290x is a turn off with that guy on it. I will never buy a reference gfx card if it had such logos plastered over it.
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