AMD presentation attacks Nvidia's Fermi
In a presentation that compares the Ati Radeon HD 5870 and Nvidia's Fermi, AMD holds forth about Nvidia's so called Paper Dragon.
With a presentation, which titled Ati Radeon HD 5870: Lean & Mean - Shipping Today, AMD frets about Nvidia's Fermi architecture that had been announced at the GTC 2009. As usual for such presentations the advantages of one's own product are spotlighted - sometimes even in ludicrous ways.
Especially juicy is the fact that AMD criticizes the "PDF status” of Fermi on almost every slide: While Nvidia has only announced the architecture, the AMD DriectX 11 graphics cards are already on sale.
The presentation has initially been published by Hardocp.com, but you can also find the slides in our gallery below.
What do you think about such incidents? Is a company that won a round in a continuous struggle allowed to savor the victory or should a serious enterprise burry from such ideas? Use the comments to give your opinion.
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