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They're going to regain a lot of that when the 6xx series cards become widely available.

How so? They are also months behind amd on the next gen.
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Funny how many of you think these results have anything to do with the Kepler cards or AMD's 7 series... it's all about OEM and low end. The high end accounts for next to nothing other than some helpful marketing.
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How so? They are also months behind amd on the next gen.

Well for one thing, despite a delay and paper launch, Kepler is not a scorching hot, power hungry abortion like GF100 Fermi was. It's already proven to be a success as far as heat, power consumption and performance are concerned, and I'm willing to bet a fair number of people held off on buying the 7xxx series to see what Kepler would be like. They (myself included, probably getting a 670) will be buying it.
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rolleyes.gif Seriously?
While the current die shrink has issues...GK 110 will do more than revive them.
You claim this year is different...And while I do agree it's more extreme than previously, it's a growing market trend with tech companies.
So, basically, the only legitimate point you've yet made is that they might not make the jump back up there...Yet, they've already announced product that far exceeds their competition.
I'd suggest waiting...Because, just like every other year, they're going to bounce back...History has proven such...The only anomaly is how much of a success 110 will be.

If you had any idea of how investing worked you would understand. But I am not going to waste my time (nor anyone else should) explaining to you the current situation that Nvidia is in. 110 will probably be a great chip, but if the supply does not meet the demand, rest assured people will go else where to a different company (AMD) to get their cards.
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Profits are going to go through the roof when they release numbers for the time that they are selling a midrange chip for $400 + $500.
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Sounds to me like a good time to buy shares.
    
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Considering investing in some Nvidia. Maybe for some day trading...not sure yet. Still need to do some more investing analysis before I start my investing. I've got alotta cash on hand and its not working for me.

I know Intel is more of a hold at this point... Nvidia is a hold too...hmmm thinking.gif
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Sounds to me like a good time to buy shares.

I'm far more interested in buying shares of AMD.

HSA, severing obligations with GloFo, a fantastic outlook for Trinity, venturing into all kinds of new markets... AMD has a strong future ahead of them.
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I'm far more interested in buying shares of AMD.

I might be too but not a sub-10 dollar teetering on disaster level.
    
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Well for one thing, despite a delay and paper launch, Kepler is not a scorching hot, power hungry abortion like GF100 Fermi was. It's already proven to be a success as far as heat, power consumption and performance are concerned, and I'm willing to bet a fair number of people held off on buying the 7xxx series to see what Kepler would be like. They (myself included, probably getting a 670) will be buying it.

You are whoever still doesn't come close the the amount of 7xxx series already sold.

Power consumption it has is a result of, cutting out gpu compute, and furmark driver limitations. I am not impressed.

I am in a calm tone btw, we are just having a discussion.
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