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    Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    Plus earnings per share up 126 per cent, and "broad growth across all platforms".
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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    No surprise given the prices they are charging, the 10xx prices were insane, iirc the 980ti launched for £550 and the 1080 no Ti launched for over £700!

    AMD get things sorted out in the high end please!
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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    ... iirc the 980ti launched for £550 and the 1080 no Ti launched for over £700! ...
    Mostly the brexit effect. Launches prices were: 980 $549, 980 Ti $649, 1080 $599, 1080 Ti $699 - so yes, the tiers did go up, but only $50 per tier, and the 1080 at launch was cheaper than the 980 Ti. Except in the UK, where we collectively managed to wipe around 20% off the value of our currency in the intervening time, that is...

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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    A 24% drop in gaming revenue is rather poor when AMD only had a 1% drop over the same period

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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    A 24% drop in gaming revenue is rather poor when AMD only had a 1% drop over the same period
    Different quarters dude...

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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumanji View Post
    Different quarters dude...
    AMD is up to the 1st april, nvidia is up to the 30th. No difference, unless there's some big present based holiday in january that I've missed.

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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    I think you're looking at Q4 '17 vs Q1 '18 ($1,348 vs. $1,027).

    Those aren't comparable quarters; normally investors would look at year-on-year (i.e. Q1 vs. Q1), which is where the last column of +49% comes from ($1,027 vs. $687).

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    Re: Nvidia financials show revenue up by nearly 50 per cent in Q1

    Yes, I am. AMD rode out from the christmas boom keeping turnover stable in the enthusiast segment, nvidia's gaming segment saw a 24% drop over essentially the same period.

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