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    News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    NVIDIA?s shares plunged by 13 percent yesterday after an analyst predicted it was going to exit the chipset market.
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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    I found that really funny TBH.

    Their motherboard chipsets have been so bad, I thought that on the back of a report stating they would stop making them, their shares would actually go UP

    I guess it better to sell crap, then nothing at all
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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    Quite a drop because some bloke spoke his mind

    We need another Nforce 2 really, that was a fairly solid chipset for its time.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    They need to make chipsets for AMD CPUs and give AMD a license for SLI.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    What you mean like the 780a and 750a boards that are already available?

    What surprises me is that AMD allow SLi boards to be made at all for AM2+ surely they would rather peddle their own wares especially for multi-gpu set ups.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    Sorry, forgot to insert the 'good' in there. Though I guess that's a matter of opinion I also meant SLI license for AMD chipsets.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    Would be good, they're overpriced and quite crap and one of the reasons for me not going SLI. The only good nvidia chipset I'd have actually considered was the 650i because of it's high overclocks. Other than that it wasn't really good.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA denies it?s quitting chipsets

    What's the 8200 series chipsets like? I know they're very frugal, but is there a particular reason why they're no good?

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