[QUOTE=DukeNukem;2493340]Well, I have been subscribing yearly to PC Gamer for the last 3 or 4 years. Before that I bought their mag off the shelf every now and then. I’ve just recently sent them an e-mail (which was published in their last issue) about how much I don’t like them being Nvidia fanboys when putting together their Trinity systems. So, in short, I think they’re Nvidia fanboys. So, if this is true, then why not go the full monty and bash ATI and their drivers? Makes sense, right? Long story short, I’ve told them I won’t be renewing my PC Gamer subscription when it expires (which is right about now). I asked my wife for a National Geographic subscription instead. Their writers have objectivity and aren’t swayed by big bags of money.
And, for the record, I said that I have never experienced ATI driver issues. I never said other people didn’t.[/QUOTE]
Long story short if you check the laptops for gamers higher end goes with Nvidia cards now one has to wonder why? But true what one experiences doesn’t go with everything but it does leave a bad taste. Actually I myself think they like AMD and ATI…and also when one makes GPU comparison it has to match the product that matches in the same class not a newer versus a older GPU that analogy doesn’t do either product service.