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NVIDIA fed up with Intel's FUD

Posted on Thursday, April 10 2008 @ 19:55:26 CEST by

NVIDIA is talking about Intel's graphics plans at their Analyst Day and it looks like they aren't really happy with all the FUD that has been going around in the media lately regarding Intel's Larrabee project and claims that the discrete GPU may soon be dead.

NVIDIA's executives are trying to clear up the situation and are showing several charts to convince investors that Intel poses no real threat to NVIDIA. One of the things NVIDIA made fun of is Intel's attempt to boost the performance of its IGPs tenfold by 2010:

The chart shows that even if Intel manages to increase the performance by tenfold their IGPs will still be no match for NVIDIA's present day mainstream graphics solutions. They also showed some slides with citations from game developers regarding Intel's IGPs and also funny is the chart of games the Intel GMA 3100 IGP can't run:

NVIDIA mainly attacked Intel's IGPs, by the end of the day they also talked about Intel's Larrabee but they didn't really see this as a threat to their discrete graphics chips.



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