Shots Returned: Nvidia Responds to Intel's Chipset Lawsuit by Bashing CPUs

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diaboliq

These lawsuits between huge companies are great battles costing millions and hundreds of lawyers each with a vital part like Fraud Lawyer and so on

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JDorfler

With AMD owning ATI, making their own chipsets, and having the ability to further co-design everything so that it can optimized to have a blazing fast all AMD system, I wouldn't be fooling around if I were Intel or Nvidia.  Heck, Creative might want to start picking sides to get bought out as well.  If Creative would by chance be bought by AMD, intel will be in a lot of trouble.  If you can get most everything co-designed to work together without any glitches or extra software code taking up clock cycles in the OS, you would have one killer, and yet cost effective, rig.

 Intel and nVidia either need to merge, or start playing really really nice with one another, b/c being on top in this business is like being king of the hill.  Feels good to be up there, but it won't take long for someone else to knock you off.

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rayatwork05

Last i recall... CUDA processing outweighs CPU processing...beit only specific types of calculations, but im sure nvidia can make their superior GPU change "calculation mode" to act as both CPU and GPU.....

 im all for nVidia, they know whats up, and always have...their dead on about intel stifling innovation.

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icebird

Just a wee bit uncomfortable?  Yes.

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ProtoJMB

If Intel and nVidia cannot work out their differences anytime soon, nVidia just might make that CPU that's being rumored.

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Lord Omega

I do not see the point of this pissing match between Intel and Nvidia. The CPU needs the GPU and the GPU needs the CPU. Although a GPU can process more data than a CPU, it still cannot do other things that a processor can. All Nvidia wants is to be able to sell its platform that is friendly to its graphics cards and makes them the most efficent. The last time I checked, ATI hasn't really had any of these kinds of problems.

 

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Lord Omega

I do not see the point of this pissing match between Intel and Nvidia. The CPU needs the GPU and the GPU needs the CPU. Although a GPU can process more data than a CPU, it still cannot do other things that a processor can. All Nvidia wants is to be able to sell its platform that is friendly to its graphics cards and makes them the most efficent. The last time I checked, ATI hasn't really had any of these kinds of problems.

 

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gatorXXX

One bully fighting another bully! I'll gladly pay 10 smakaroos to watch it on PPV!

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whitneymr

Anyone want to bet how long till NVIDA will only run on AMD cpu's? Or even better if AMD and Intel lock them out then where are they going?

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Pentium 0

*slaps face*

epic lolz

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Sentinel137

 

  I would hope that Intel and Nvidia would settle this thing out of court, Intel Draw up a new agreement and Nivida does the same thing and let each other use there hardware or make it better for each other, In the end both makes lots of money and the end user get to play on what works best for them selfs, Nvidia has always made very good chips sets and GPU's And Intel has made great CPU's as of late, and I personly want the best of both worlds, Look at it this way, The price Of One top end CPU can just about buy or = to a nice chip set and a GPU and some sticks, But one can not run with out the others,,

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nekollx

at this rate Intel may only certify ati....

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xs0u1x

this just gets better and better. the beast is imploding on itself

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