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Thread: Four Days Pass, Time For New NVIDIA Linux Driver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt View Post
    Consumer complacence can be just as much at fault for lack of advancement and innovation as a monopoly.
    True, but the only threat these companies take serious is a mass change to a different product than theirs. Just complains and finger waving isn't going to do it.
    And maybe nvidias driver isn't perfect, but there is just ATI as an alternative (for those of us who use 3D, i.e. games). And until ATI has their drivers up to snuff, there will be a "monopoly".

    Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt View Post
    Consumer complacence can be just as much at fault for lack of advancement and innovation as a monopoly.
    You are aware that nVidia is the only chip manufacturer that has turned a profit in the past two quarters and haven't announced layoffs, unlike AMD and Intel which are clearly struggling to keep up with nVidia's chip advancements. They are clearly doing something correct.

    Or haven't you checked out the Tesla pci-e cards? Not innovative enough? Do they have to provide a holographic display before they are considered innovative by you?

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