Nvidia Chief Executive Officer Jen-Hsun Huang figures that players have already left the living room.
jokes on you Huang we never were in the living room it's called a basement (or a full option home theater :p) jk :)
Basement pss, I have a command center.
psft, I have a castle in the sky!
Damn you guys! I only have a cave :(
I have a command center, in a castle in the sky, in a cardboard box!
i miss the days when everybody had it in the bedroom :(
I have the Tardis.
More like sour, nVidia shield is probably gonna bomb. And none of the 3 console manufacturers went with nVidia this time around. Simply because they sell overpriced stuff and/or other reasons. AMD won big time in this aspect and from the looks of it they are delivering the goods. Home console gaming is here to stay, when one generation ends the next generation of gamers enters the scene.
Well, AMD needed the console contracts a lot more than Nvidia did. AMD's PC CPU and GPU sales are fledgling compared to Intel's CPUs and Nvidia's GPUs. Plus Nvidia has Tegra which is pretty competitive in the mobile market.
AMD sold 25.43 million, leaving it with 21.2%. That leaves NVIDIA with 22.25 million, or 18.5%. And of course Intel above both with a share of 59.8%. Whie on a massive rise , Nivdia is still behind amd in yearly gpu sales . What changes everything like you said is of course the tegra division . Still i agree with others that they are being petulant and sour . They certainly did want those consoles contracts , but lost them .
Yeah, well AMD say "hello" from my living room. ha ha.
AMD sais hello from me and sais hello from my Coolermaster H.A.F. X Tressfx and yes its good for my hair too. Gaming Evolved
Tressfx is a DX11 feature, it works on Nvidia cards as well. Sorry to disappoint you.
Why should i be disappointed buddy I have the compantable card that crystal dynamics and AMD have specified. If Nvidia can use this too great so point was..
As I sit here on my couch.
I don't have a living room. Generalizations suck in general ;).
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