So I'm still using a rapidly aging GTX 670 (2 GB) and had been waiting for AMD's Fury lineup of dGPUs. Well they are out, the top two cards are where I expected them to be price-wise. The Nano was the one that interested me for it's form factor and performance ability potential. The performance is there. I'd say within striking distance of the 980Ti, but not at the current price point of $650. I was rather hoping some of the rumormill of it being a $400 card was accurate. Guess not. I'll
I don't think I'll every be higher (on Amazon.ca)
Image does not quite tell the while story -- the ranking of Post-TV this morning.
Just uploaded a new working paper:
The Reproduction of Capitalismís Value System:
Environmental Policy and the Ideology of Growth
Environmental policy provides insight into how capitalismís value system operates in areas such as economic thinking, governance, and consumer behaviour. The response of government and industry towards climate change suggests that neither consumer capitalism nor its value system is going to undergo radical transformation in response
I'm on the verge (or is it cusp) of tears. It's down to the wire for AMD. In a year's time they could be declaring bankruptcy, restructuring, and/or selling themselves. The gap between them and Intel is ginormous! It's like the gap between the filthy rich and the poor. I'm afraid of the potential problems/disaster when Intel loses it's only real competitor (VIA hasn't been on the radar for close to a decade). I also feel that if AMD falls, Intel will eventually fall as well.
Another lecture by Dr. Strangelove. An overview of the book I am presently working on.