As we stand on the precipice of a new era of graphics playing cards from Nvidia and AMD, a familiar dialogue has taken root on-line – is the previous technology of GPUs even now value getting when anything newer, shinier and far more strong is on the horizon? 

I can obvious that up for you: uh, yea.

The argument continues to be the very same as it has for the earlier couple generational releases – that it is pointless to buy a item on the verge of it getting ‘outdated’ and the prices generally do not drop sufficient to make it truly worth the revenue. There is logic to this argument, but it fails to get into account a substantial difficulty: the GPU market place has not adopted logic for a extended time.