>>52529968 Nvidiots always tell me that it's no problem to buy a new card after a year when Nvidia cripples the old ones at driver level, so it can't be a problem to buy a new card when AMD die a year after purchase, right?
Please refrain from posting flamewar-inducing threads on /g/.
They're not funny, they're an edgy grab for replies that floods the board with shit.
Do you like talking about technology? If so, then do so civilly. It isn't that hard to start a thread asking a question like "What are the pros/cons of NVidia vs. AMD?" or "What are the pros/cons of Apple devices vs. other computer manufacturers?".
Your thread is just cluttering /g/ with filth, and should probably be pruned/deleted.
>>52529968 Because AMD going under would be the worst possible thing for the industry. I also wouldn't be surprised if they got bought up by a company willing to flood it with capital for a foothold in the market. I could see IBM trying to re-enter the hardware market that way.
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