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NVIDIA's already candid CEO Jen-Hsun Huang had more than a few things to say during the company's financial analyst meeting today. An hour into the call Huang began to ad lib; clearly something was on his mind.
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Throughout the bulk of the conference call, Huang continued to lament Intel for poor graphics performance. He hints at another Intel slide deck that claims Intel GMA 3100 is Windows Vista Premium compatible -- a claim which was debunked by Microsoft employees in a recent lawsuit.

Intel fired back minutes later, sending emails to analysts detailing NVIDIA's poor track record when it comes to Vista crashes due to incomplete drivers. Almost on queue, Huang responded once again.

"NVIDIA has to support several new titles every week," he said, alleging that Intel's graphics just have to support the basic office packages. "You already have the right machine to run Excel. You bought it four years ago," he said.

The statement clearly struck a nerve with Huang, who paused for a second before adding "How much faster can you render the blue screen of death?"
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R-R-R-R-REPOST-POST-POST


But a good repost none the less

I don't like nvidia much but I like their CEO lol
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That is so awesome. xD
    
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Whats strange is they need new drivers for every game but AMD drivers work for new games even if there old. So really i still see it there fault.
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Repost .. the link of the thread can be found in my signature
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Whats strange is they need new drivers for every game but AMD drivers work for new games even if there old. So really i still see it there fault.
I read in a crossfire vs.SLI comparison awhile ago that because how nvidias AA works they need to release a new driver to support each new game.
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I read in a crossfire vs.SLI comparison awhile ago that because how nvidias AA works they need to release a new driver to support each new game.
Was wondering how they tested games when making them. Bioshock was completely unplayable at release on my nVidia rig i couldn't figure out how they supposedly tested it on nVidia cards. Guess they just turn off AA.
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