I annoyed my kids when they were younger - pointing out the only Pokemon with a power I admired was Snorlax.
Man jumps White House fence, enters building DRESSED AS PIKACHU!
It is AMD fanboy sour grapes. For some reason some people get really personally invested in their choice of graphics card. So when the other company comes out with a card that is substantially better than what their company has, they get all ass hurt and start trying to make excuses as to what it is bad. The nVidia fans did that back when the AMD 5870 came out and nVidia had no response. Same deal here. The GeForce 900 series are a reasonable bit faster than the AMD 200 series, and way more power efficient. At this time, AMD doesn't have a response, so the AMD fanboys are going on the defensive.
The real answer is, of course, buy the card that works best for your usage, which will vary person to person.
Herding Cats - Hurd and Catz. LULZ.
That's DOCTOR Who, to you, Sir!
It's a little [illogical] to say a tomato is a vegetable. It's very [illogical] to say it's a suspension bridge.
Logic is a binary function. Something is in a logical set - or it is not. Being illogical is not a synonym for being mistaken. Degrees of precision are irrelevant for set inclusion. Fuzzy logic is not logic.
BTW: It is illogical to conclude that a Tomato in NOT a vegetable, simply because it belongs to a taxonomical subclass, "fruit". It as if I were to say your testicle is not animal.
Us handsome dudes get extra rewards too. Just because we look so fucking good.
They'll need to find a new name for the company now. ORACLE = One Rich Asshole Called Larry Ellison
I wish I'd heard that one before, when I could have used it!
But? I'm enjoying the hell out of it now.
"I find this highly... Illogical."
BTW: What's with the adverb, Spock? A thing is in the category of logical distribution, or it is not. The presumption "Highly" is an illogical value judgement.
I always thought it was an awesome idea to have a bigass set of computers at home... Ya well now I get paid to manage a bigass set of computers professionally and I'd rather just leave them there, thanks. Also there's no compelling reason to want my own servers for the sort of things I do, VMs work so well. I'll just lease one from somewhere, or spin one up at work.
At home, all my gear is related to, well, home use. More than a non-geek would have for sure but no data center.
Those would fall under "managing basic day-to-day" responsibilities." That seems pretty clear from context...
Tsk - it's called Myanmar Shave now.
Aye. And I'll raise a Mumbai Sapphire martini to that!
I once got regular mod points. I think if you cross an invisible "Troll" achievement threshold, you get blocked.