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post #21 of 41
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Jen Hsun-Huang is known to be a bit badass.
With a name like that, I expect him to be a badass.
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post #22 of 41
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With a name like that, I expect him to be a badass.
I agree!
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post #23 of 41
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hah!

I want to see intel succeed to a degree, we need competition!
True. I personally think intel can get into any market that they wish with all the money they have. Rather or not they can beat Nvidia remains to be seen. However, I still hope they come close to doing so. It just means cheaper prices and more choices for me.
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post #24 of 41
This guy is funny and right. Intel and nVidia are really good companies, but they just don't manufacture the same components, so it's always funny when one tries to get into the other's business.
    
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post #25 of 41
As buddy buddy as Intel and MS are showing to be with this Vista cert crap does he really want to start popping off at the mouth about either? Why can't Intel implement their own dual gpu solution. They have already worked with the Nvidia MCP for Skulltrail so why not reverse engineer it. Could you imagine linking up multiple cores from Larrabee? Intel only did what was enough graphically to be acceptable platform wise for business. All the R&D budget they have and they can't improve it? Intel wants what AMD is proving possible. You build a whole platform and even if your stuff isn't the cats meow in the end it still kicks a**. Intel would crush AMD and Nvidia both if they offered even a compelling discrete graphics solution and made it run top notch on their chipsets. I do believe that Intel will be forced to enter the discrete graphics market due to the market implications of AMD/ATI and Nvidia/VIA. Just my thoughts. Lets not forget either that like it or hate it anything Intel chooses to do in the end...they usually nail it.
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post #26 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by ICYUNVME View Post
Why can't Intel implement their own dual gpu solution. They have already worked with the Nvidia MCP for Skulltrail so why not reverse engineer it.
Because. That's illegal.
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post #27 of 41
this is the kind of smack talk we need to get decent gfx cards. The G80's were a nice leap forward, but the 9 series is a joke comparatively...

I bet anything that Nvidia is some what nervous on what Intel might actually accomplish. Intel has been working on parallelism for a few years now, and i think they can get something great going. Did you hear about that 80 core chip they put together a year or so ago??

I'm betting that Intel will have an ace up their sleeve, and i bet Nvidia is intelligent to figure out that they need to blow away the competition to make up for the stunt they pulled with the 9 series...
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post #28 of 41






Quote:
"You already have the right machine to run Excel. You bought it four years ago... How much faster can you render the blue screen of death?"
OH SNAP
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post #29 of 41
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"You already have the right machine to run Excel. You bought it four years ago... How much faster can you render the blue screen of death?"
This guy is AWESOME. I want to shake his hand. Everything he said is true. Intel's integrated graphics is no less than 100 times worse than a 8600M. You can do all the tweaking you like, that thing cannot render a single frame of crysis faster than 3 seconds
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post #30 of 41
IMO INtel shouldnt mess with Nvidia. They have been around for years making descrite graphics and now........... Bad move intel
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