AMD Stick to Ryzen Production and APU's and NOT discrete GPU's

Discussion created by gkeawe on May 1, 2017
Latest reply on May 3, 2017 by gkeawe

After purchasing a Radeon RX480 last year, I have never been more disappointed. I've always used NVidia GPU's and will continue to use them again in my Ryzen systems unless by some miracle AMD engineers manage to produce a discrete GPU that can really rival NVidia. I'm talking about re-engineering the hardware and software especially the drivers. If you guys can come back from the dark dismal days prior to Ryzen, why can't you produce a discrete GPU that  is anywhere near or surpasses what NVidia has? There 's a reason why my last Radeon card prior to the Radeon RX480 was an ATI Radeon X850-XT, just like my last AMD processor was an Opteron 185. Maybe it's time to focus on what's really important and stop trying to compete in a market that will always be dominated by NVidia, if intel can do it why can't you AMD. It's time to look for forward thinking engineers that take pride in producing quality instead of quantity. Get with the program AMD !!!!!