Take one down &pass it around...

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in Future Apple Hardware edited January 2014
Well just as it seems that NVIDIA is becomming more and more Apple's full solution, here's annother piece of news... guess which company Intel wants to work with? ATi...



I don't know about you guys, but I still remember when we were told "No, you can't gun any good FPS games on that; it's from ATi." That's the point at which I would say "Damn you NVIDIA... why can't you just support Apple hardwhere. "



Steve got a bit angry at ATi about that whole leaking info thing, so Apple started using NVIDIA and guess who just got cozy with the competition? One of Apple's largest competitors.



Article here: <a href="http://www.theregus.com/content/3/24880.html"; target="_blank">http://www.theregus.com/content/3/24880.html</a>;



Anyone else remember the days of old?

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    programmerprogrammer Posts: 3,409member
    [quote]Originally posted by MaCommentary:

    <strong>Well just as it seems that NVIDIA is becomming more and more Apple's full solution, here's annother piece of news... guess which company Intel wants to work with? ATi...



    I don't know about you guys, but I still remember when we were told "No, you can't gun any good FPS games on that; it's from ATi." That's the point at which I would say "Damn you NVIDIA... why can't you just support Apple hardwhere. "



    Steve got a bit angry at ATi about that whole leaking info thing, so Apple started using NVIDIA and guess who just got cozy with the competition? One of Apple's largest competitors.



    Article here: <a href="http://www.theregus.com/content/3/24880.html"; target="_blank">http://www.theregus.com/content/3/24880.html</a>;



    Anyone else remember the days of old?</strong><hr></blockquote>



    ATI still makes Mac cards (some of which are available in the Apple BTO store), and having them doing better in the PC market just means they are likely to continue developing better new cards. In the old days we only had ATI and that didn't give Mac users any choices (not to mention they were slow to the 3D scene), now we have both and that is a good thing. Even better, both ATI and nVidia are doing some very compelling things with graphics hardware, and the user will benefit from their continuous game of one-upmanship.
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