ATI or nVidia

@nahidbd (731)
Bangladesh
July 24, 2008 10:35am CST
Which graphics card do you use and which do you prefer. I have used both of them and using nVidia Geforce 8400GS, 512 MB at the moment.
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4 responses
@rmish07 (28)
• India
27 Jul 08
well personally i'm a nvidia fanboyand i love nvidia gtx 280 with cuda and physx but still i might be considering the other way around this time with the 4870 ati has really turned it up...
@nahidbd (731)
• Bangladesh
27 Jul 08
Thanks for your response.
@nokia6233 (937)
• India
24 Jul 08
i am having a Ati 3200 integrated graphics hardware....it has the best performance of an integrated chipset.. at present ATi 4870 and HD4850 rule the market in termsd of proce/performacne...
@nahidbd (731)
• Bangladesh
27 Jul 08
Thank for your response.
@tintusam (1169)
• India
13 Jan 09
Most people I talk to say get a video card that supports DX 10 because in the next 2 or 3 years all video cards will be DX 10 and get DVI support because analog is old and more bandwidths.All video cards and LCD's will be HDTV in the next 2 or 3 years. Also there is no NVDIA and ATI now because AMD took them over If money was no problem I what the new HDTV TV's and HDTV players or blue ray TV's and players . I what a PCI express it is faster and nore bandwidths than AGP.I what a new video card and LCD that supports DVI and HDTV I what a GPU that is faster than my CPU than some of the slow GPU's at 700 MHz
@slavezero (835)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
It really depends on your budget, what you’re doing, and what you want to get out of your video card. If you have a low budget, you should consider getting a mid-range video card (in the $100 range) from either ATi or nVidia (but nVidia really seems to be pretty flaky with Windows Vista). If you’re a hardcore gamer then you’ll want to go after the card that is the top of the line. Right now, block for clock, it’s the 8800GTX, but in a few months it may very well be the 8950GTX.