- Jul 26, 2018
This argument can be applied to nVidia as well, especially when you consider nVidia's absolutely insane price politics. Every nVidia piece of hardware is overpriced (because they can) and not worth the asking price. The PC hardware industry is in a shitty place right now. The only good bit of news recently was that the new Ryzen CPUs are actually good and are somewhat reasonably priced, which actually prompted Intel to adjust their insane prices a bit. I'm not saying that nVidia's stuff is crap (their software stack is, however. Especially when you develop with CUDA) but their asking prices are insane.AMD has spent the last five or six years overpromising and underdelivering. I see no reason to believe that's going to change.