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    Re: Investigation finds Intel Kaby Lake-G is more Polaris than Vega

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Also AMD and Intel are both basically US firms I bet that makes it easier
    Nvidia is US based as well.

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    Re: Investigation finds Intel Kaby Lake-G is more Polaris than Vega

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Also AMD and Intel are both basically US firms I bet that makes it easier
    Nvidia is US based as well.
    Yup but again...NV and Intel don't get on. If you had the choice you'd go AMD as well. NV screwing firms over is well documented
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    Re: Investigation finds Intel Kaby Lake-G is more Polaris than Vega

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    NV screwing firms over is well documented
    Not exactly exclusive to Nvidia, i can't think of many companies (barring small firms where ethics and morality actually seem to be a thing) that don't try to screw over their competitors, it seems when a company get to a certain size ethics, morality, and those sort of things, get left behind.

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    Re: Investigation finds Intel Kaby Lake-G is more Polaris than Vega

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Not exactly exclusive to Nvidia, i can't think of many companies (barring small firms where ethics and morality actually seem to be a thing) that don't try to screw over their competitors, it seems when a company get to a certain size ethics, morality, and those sort of things, get left behind.
    No, they don't. After a few decades in work and several jobs I have yet to work for a company which I felt was unethical, including multinationals. I have seen some pretty bad behaviour in competitors, but that doesn't mean you have to stoop to their level.

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    Re: Investigation finds Intel Kaby Lake-G is more Polaris than Vega

    That you see it in competitors and not the company you're working for suggests to me that you may not be seeing the wood for the trees.

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