Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Nov 2009 21:29 UTC
3D News, GL, DirectX Over the past few years, there have been persistent rumours that NVIDIA, the graphics chip maker, was working on an x86 chip to compete with Intel and AMD. Recently, these rumours gained some traction, but NVIDIA's CEO just shot them down, and denied the company will enter the x86 processor market.
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Comment by dexter11
by dexter11 on Tue 10th Nov 2009 09:30 UTC
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Intel and AMD will come out with CPU integrated GPUs so nvidia should have an "alliance" with the GPU vendor which won't: ARM.
I guess they already noticed that the desktop PC market is shrinking so they made their choice already and they will start to produce GPUs for mobile computers, handheld devices, nettops, netbooks etc. This is a growing market despite the financial crisis. And this is what the guy said.

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