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Nvidia Kepler GPUs to trail AMD's next generation

11/29/2011 06:00 PM EST
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Jakobus
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Jakobus   11/29/2011 8:01:15 PM
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AMD is in front? There MUST be something wrong with this article!

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DrDon   11/29/2011 9:42:47 PM
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AMD is currently in front (in graphics cards) but do not worry AMD laid off the executive from ATI who put them in the number one spot. Think of the money they saved!

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SylvieBarak   11/29/2011 10:30:19 PM
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Like Dr Don said... it may only be a matter of time....

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Jakobus   11/30/2011 7:54:58 AM
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Are you talking about Bergman? I think he left for a better job.

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Jakobus   11/30/2011 3:47:16 PM
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Yes, a matter of time. On Monday aka 5.12.11 AMD is expected to present its new gneration of graphic chips with much fireworks and Hula Bula! Monday is Funday!

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Robotics Developer   12/6/2011 12:47:42 AM
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I am surprised that AMD is in front. Very interesting, without a head they still managed to get ahead! I wonder what the programming will be like?

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