Stop me if you’ve heard this before  … at the beginning of the week nVIDIA levelled an accusation against AMD that their newest Catalyst driver has slightly lower quality default settings that result in AMDs cards producing higher framerates.  Reading the Release Notes from AMD do not reveal any massive improvements in frame rates for 10.11, but then apparently it is the 10.10 driver that nVIDIA is concerned about.  Drop by The Inquirer for more information but no detailed shots of the image quality differences.

“On Monday reports surfaced that Nvidia claimed its arch-rival, AMD, has lowered the image quality of default settings in its Catalyst drivers. Essentially the Green Goblin charged that AMD is cheating in order to attain higher benchmarking scores and thus garner more favourable reviews.”

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