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Originally Posted by ElectroGeek007 View Post

Yep, no competition except the 7970 that bests the GTX 680 in many games, and for a cheaper price... rolleyes.gif (This has been a fully non-biased comment, no fanboyism intended thumb.gif)

AMD needs to get a bunch of chicks together and have them quickly whisper "ATI" and start paying to stick on some opening credits from games...it is like a subliminal message or something. Kind of freaks me out each time I hear it.
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post #12 of 35
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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm View Post

heh, I have a whopping 50 shares...but I haven't gotten a notification of a substantial increase in their stock. If I manually search it they are only up about 20 cents from a market open of $12.37

So this hasn't affected anything...yet


depends on when you bought shares but according to my research AMD was actually the best buy over the last quarter


http://www.overclock.net/t/1321963/who-benefits-stockholders-more-amd-nvidia-or-intel/10#post_19290991
 
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post #13 of 35
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Originally Posted by Darkpriest667 View Post

depends on when you bought shares but according to my research AMD was actually the best buy over the last quarter


http://www.overclock.net/t/1321963/who-benefits-stockholders-more-amd-nvidia-or-intel/10#post_19290991

I get daily activity notifications in case something is spiking or tanking and then I look to see if it something I want to sell or buy

...I'd have to actually sell Nvidia at about $15.00 to make a profit on it though since it was purchased a while back
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Nice.... now why not use all that money to subsidize the cost of TItan, and make it ~$400..... pleeeeaasseee redface.gif
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post #15 of 35
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Nvidia GPU Division 2013: 3.25 billions
AMD GPU Division 2012 (2013): 1.5 billions (Source). (I added another 400 millions for the last quarter which isnt in yet)

Its obvious who is the little boy here yes. Talk about dominating the GPU sales. WOW
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/14/13 at 11:01am
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Originally Posted by ElectroGeek007 View Post

Yep, no competition except the 7970 that bests the GTX 680 in many games, and for a cheaper price... rolleyes.gif (This has been a fully non-biased comment, no fanboyism intended thumb.gif)

Before you get all uptight, the point is that the Nvidia GPU is the 7870 equivalent in die size and bus width, however its fast enough to rival the fat chip from AMD. Which means they make lots of profit from selling a gpu that`s cheaper to produce.
    
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Nvidia GPU Division 2013: 3.25 billions
AMD GPU Division 2012 (2013): 1.5 billions (Source). (I added another 400 millions for the last quarter which isnt in yet)

Its obvious who is the little boy here yes. Talk about dominating the GPU sales. WOW

And yet, the big boy with clear financial advantage still castrates and locks their products. It's funny when you think about it, both Nvidia & Intel are in much better financial positions yet AMD offers comparable (on the cpu side) and better bargains on the gpu side.

Really speaks wonders about the team at AMD, now if only more money was there for some proper R&D. Tis a shame the 'big boys' don't spend the actual money on giving us worthwhile ugprades, not minor performance bumps.
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And yet, the big boy with clear financial advantage still castrates and locks their products. It's funny when you think about it, both Nvidia & Intel are in much better financial positions yet AMD offers comparable (on the cpu side) and better bargains on the gpu side.

Really speaks wonders about the team at AMD, now if only more money was there for some proper R&D. Tis a shame the 'big boys' don't spend the actual money on giving us worthwhile ugprades, not minor performance bumps.

If only AMD spent their money on reducing frame latency so owners of their cards didn't lag universally in every game they try to play. But I guess that's what happens when you don't have any money, and are floundering as a company.
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And yet, the big boy with clear financial advantage still castrates and locks their products. It's funny when you think about it, both Nvidia & Intel are in much better financial positions yet AMD offers comparable (on the cpu side) and better bargains on the gpu side.

Really speaks wonders about the team at AMD, now if only more money was there for some proper R&D. Tis a shame the 'big boys' don't spend the actual money on giving us worthwhile ugprades, not minor performance bumps.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1356838/my-gpu-is-voltage-locked-is-there-anything-i-can-do
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I find it amusing that you guys are arguing Kepler vs Tahiti, when it's probably Tegra3 that's making a financial killing for Nvidia.
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