Seems like a valid case .... but I can't help but notice most computer shops here do the same ... newegg does it too ...
Buy this with this as a bundle, get 10% off, or whatever.
Some people jump on it. OEM's will sure as hell jump on it.
But it goes further. Intel developed new CPU's and is refusing nvidia licensing to connect their chipsets to the CPU (other than PCIE-E). Means nvidia can't make a chipset (for motheroard) for intels new CPU's.
Nvidia should respond by making better chipsets for other manufacturers CPU's, and stop making good video cards for intel combinations, except that then they'd lose a lucrative market, right?
Intel is acting like an ass-bucket atm. Nvidia is in the right, at least from what's shown on nvidia's FAQ .. and nvidia wouldn't lie to us, would they?
I'm curious what AMD's take on all this is. I bet it's ROTFLMAO :iagree: