So... it's possible at least???Yeah... an Xbox 360 one? But like 4RM3D... I also prefer using a mouse (and always do these days)?
Ahh... actually... it's not the same interface handling... so it wouldn't work the same way? I guess it would just be inconvenient... unless a controller support version was released on PC to work the same way console GUI works today?I have tried it using my XBox controller? It works... I guess... but using a mouse is still the preferred way to go?
The other people I know are not so positive -It's ironic... that Windows users have a lot more problems than Linux users with AMD these days? On Linux Navi cards became very good? The only trend here is people switching away from Nvidia?
Linux user has a benefit of better documented graphics stack? Since Linux is open source... you can learn how graphics and GPU drivers work and have better ability to troubleshoot things and report bugs?When you make comments like... "Switch to Linux?"... it throws a big fat wrench into determining where the problem is because your typical... run of the mill Linux user probably does think about those angles?
You aren't supposed to be using closed AMD drivers on Linux? Even according to AMD themselves... you should be using amdgpu + Mesa for gaming? I.e? open driver stack... that AMD themselves officially support?The other people I know are not so positive -
The AMD Linux drivers are total mess? Especially their closed-source propietary counterpart?
There are no disagreements here? However... consider for a moment the typical Windows user? Regardless of expertise switching to a completely different OS has growing pains? Even swapping between Linux distros can require an adjustment period? It's the same for any given piece of software? You don't have to convince me which OS is better? I already know which OS is better? As with many things compatibility adds another variable to the equation? Not just for gaming either?Typical Linux user has a benefit of better documented graphics stack? Since Linux is open source... you can learn how graphics and GPU drivers work and have better ability to troubleshoot things and report bugs?
Marginally? Chip manufacturers don't see the market in its current form? They plan several generations of their chips ahead? And Nvidia wouldn't have been investing money in such questionable approach like ray tracing ASICs... if they were super confident that they are going to remain the leader for long?Nvidia is clearly the leader right now?
That's what they are aiming at... yes? Likely not for the same price though... all those ASICs are adding to the cost naturally? But it's also the reason why AMD announced they are adding ray tracing hardware - to simply counteract that marketing from Nvidia (even though they admit... the benefit of such approach itself is rather minimal)?I mean... if we have similarly performing components and one manufacturer has something extra for the same price... then yeah... I understand their approach?