NVIDIA Dismisses PlayStation 4's Value

"NVIDIA’s reasoning for dismissing PlayStation 4, leaked footage of Star Wars: First Assault surfaces, and Nintendo found guilty of latest patent infringement case."

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majiebeast1985d ago (Edited 1985d ago )

Nvidia is extremely salty because AMD gave Sony,Microsoft and Nintendo a better deal on the parts. making them not get any of the contracts for next gen consoles. But im sure the shield will out sell them all...

classic2001985d ago


Seriously though I think amd taking control of the consoles with GPUs will be big for them, I can see AMD users getting the best graphical experience for PC gaming in the future also. Devs will make games for AMD cards in mind because that is the standard of consoles.

ritsuka6661985d ago

Wow you're easily offended by Nvidia opinion <3

If your making fun of someone for having their own opinion as well as your's. So shutup, stop complaining that not everybody agrees with you, and just go and try to have a nice day.

MysticStrummer1984d ago

Offended? No. Nvidia just sounds like a girl that got dumped, talking trash about her ex and his next girlfriend. It's more funny than offensive.

Venomousfatman1985d ago

I doubt that the patent infringment thing with Nintendo will have a big impact on anything going on with them.

tmanmushroom1985d ago

I wasn't too surprised after hearing about Nintendo's patent infringement.

ThatEnglishDude1985d ago (Edited 1985d ago )

Having been a proud member of the green team for many many years, I think it's great that AMD are getting backing by companies like Sony and Microsoft. I had a few ATi graphics cards back in the day, but poor driver support and just an overall lack of support made me jump to nVIDIA and I haven't turned back since. In recent years, AMD have certainly stepped up and proved themselves and have improved dramatically, and at the end of the day, both manufactures make excellent products (I own a TITAN myself) Of course nVIDIA are disappointed that they couldn't come to an agreement with these companies, but a surge in popularity for AMD, I see, can be something good - especially for the PC market. This will hopefully force more competition and 'old school' rivalry between red vs. green, something that's been missing for quite some time now.

At the end of the day, the typical average consumer won't give a shiny shite about all this, nor probably know or care who AMD or nVIDIA even are. For gaming enthusiasts, especially of the PC platforming, this should be something to raise your eyebrows and may inspire the PC gaming market to step it up. Interesting times lie ahead...