AMD stated this working week that it will eventually present special discount rates to users of the GeForce GTX 970 graphics cards. It is certainly not astonishing that AMD is attempting to maximize the scandal with in-accurate specs of the GTX 970. Sorry to say, AMD failed to produce any specific info on the issue.
AMD To Present Special Discount Rates To Users Of GTX 970:
Anyone returning their GTX 970 and wanting a great deal on a Radeon with a full 4GB please let us know,” said Roy Taylor, corporate vice president of global channel sales at AMD, in a Tweet.
Previously this week it had been affirmed by Nvidia that it came up with inaccurately claimed specs of its GeForce GTX 970 graphics card. Because of architectural restrictions of the GM204-200 graphics processing unit utilized on the graphics adapter, the graphics card is not able to make use of over 3.5 GB of on-board VRAM at optimal speed. Because of this, in some cases overall performance of the GeForce GTX 970 may drops.
Quite a few users of Nvidia GeForce GTX 970-based graphics cards at this point wish to give back their GPUs to retailers due to inaccurate specs revealed by Nvidia. As Nvidia has not so far declared any specific plans to calm down the disagreement with irritated GTX 970 users, irritated customers are going to exchange their adapters to outlets or take discount rates on Radeon R9 290 or R9 290X graphics cards from AMD as soon as it announces a suitable campaign.
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