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nVidia vs AMD: Your pick and why.

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I try not to pick a brand, but to pick whatever card gives the most value for the price range. Usually that's AMD.

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Personally I used to stick with ATI/AMD, but have switched over to Nvidia due to running into graphical issues and/or crashes in numerous games. Nvidia has never disappointed me this far, except for the prices but that's never really an issue.

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Currently with team green and love it.

Better driver support and no enduro problems, overall nVIDIA puts out better quality products in my opnion.

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Amd might be a more cost effective choice, but the Nvidia GPUs are more reliable and stable. That's from my experiences so far.

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AMD/Nvidia appear to swap positioning a lot. My experience so far is AMD chips tend to run hotter than NVIDIA. It's as if they push their chips much much harder to keep up or surpass the competition.

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Since I tend to run dual GPU's nvidia is more favored due to better driver support. Though I do love the low prices of AMD...

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Nvidia for me. I have never bought any AMD graphic card, but from my bad experience with their processor (temperature problems, I really dont want to try!

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