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    Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    As Nvidia announces it will be postponing work on chipset development, due to legal struggles with Intel, we speak to both parties.
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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    I see this as good for 2 reasons:

    1. Most nVidia cipsets for Intel CPUs were crap anyway. So this saves the non-savvy customer from making a bad purchase.

    2. Now nVidia know what it's like to be locked out. They screwed customers with artificial limitations on SLI and now has done the same with Physx. Maybe this will make them think twice about their business practices (although i doubt it will unfortunately)
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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Good article, Sylvie.

    I do wonder if this is slight payback for the SLI license issues Intel had originally.

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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    i see this as good...

    Now nvidia know what it's like to be locked out. They screwed customers with artificial limitations on sli and now has done the same with physx. Maybe this will make them think twice about their business practices (although i doubt it will unfortunately)
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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Good article, Sylvie.
    Seconded, apart from a few wordplays that made me cringe a little this is a much better article than the other day. Thank you
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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    As AMD owns ATi, shouldnt Intel be friends with Nvidia? Otherwise, Intel will find themselves very very alone and bashed about by a AMD-ATi-Nvidia alliance.

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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    There is no alliance between AMD and nVidia!!! They are basically the equivilent of mortal enemies lol

    Intel should remain as neutral as possible. They are the best CPU manufacturer and also makes some of the best chipsets......in fact with the recent change on the i5/i7 platform for both Crossfire and SLI being supported on intel chipsets, they have even more reason to be the Switzerland of the market
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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    There is no alliance between AMD and nVidia!!! They are basically the equivilent of mortal enemies lol

    Intel should remain as neutral as possible. They are the best CPU manufacturer and also makes some of the best chipsets......in fact with the recent change on the i5/i7 platform for both Crossfire and SLI being supported on intel chipsets, they have even more reason to be the Switzerland of the market
    I was talking abt what might happen in the future.

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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Intel are big enough to look after themself, ATi / AMD are still smaller than nVidia and Intel are bigger than them!
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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Arthran, Kalniel, thanks! I really appreciate that.

    But Arthran, what word plays? I don't even remember putting any in that one! Perhaps I do it subconsciously :/ erk!

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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    Intel believe that the majority of people using a computer don't need an all-singing integrated graphics chipset. Intel are putting their money on integrating the graphics core onto the CPU core, thereby increasing their profit and they don't want anyone playing in their pool. Intel reportedly has around 50% of the integrated graphics market and that share will only increase if they manage to push out nVidia.
    nVidia seem to be putting their resources behind Tegra and could be hoping that the ARM market is more profitable for them than the mainstream x86 one.

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    Re: Analysis - Nvidia and Intel speak out about chipset dispute

    as others said, a good read. Thanks mate.

    Best headline yet "Integrated CPU killed the chipset store" Buggles anyone??

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