AMD did the same thing to their older series of cards when the HD 7000's came out. Don't think it's just Nvidia. I know this since I owned two HD 7970's at launch in Crossfire. People in forums everywhere complained about problems with drivers with the HD 5000 and HD 6000 series and under. So you may ask, if you had two HD 7970's in CrossfireX, why did you get a GTX 780? Less heat/power, and one GTX 780 at 1150 core is doing at 1080p 144hz, that took two 7970's to do. I also banked in on selling both cards. It's all about the new hardware for the first few months on both teams. It's always been this way, just they have more to chew on so it's taking a bit longer for stability, yet again on both sides Nvidia and AMD. I rotate camps every generation of cards. So I know from experience a lot from both sides of the camps in the threads. It's the same everywhere. Both teams ignore lower series of cards at a new cards launch until they sort out major issues with new tech. Then they start to focus on older series for support/compatibility. I'm not saying your PC sucks. So please don't go saying anything like that, I never said it, and never implied it. Just read carefully my response and understand its an explanation, not a flame.