Nvidia gears up for Game24; AMD asks fans to crash the party

With two days to go until the festivities begin, Nvidia is hyping up prospective attendees for its Game24 event. But AMD is apparently determined not to let its competitor hog the spotlight.

Yesterday, Nvidia posted a long list of what's in store for the 24-hour event, including interviews with a dozen game studios, contests between eSports teams, a concurrent modding competition, and prize giveaways with $50,000 worth of goodies up for grabs. Earlier this morning, the company also revealed that several celebrities will be present at the event. Among them: Jason Mewes (a.k.a. Jay from Jay and Silent Bob), famed cosplayer Chloe Dykstra, Grant Imahara of MythBusters, and Kurt Sutter, creator of Sons of Anarchy.

Perhaps more interestingly, the latest teaser mentions "new product announcements" in store from both Nvidia itself and game publishers. There may be some real meat in there for us journalists.

Meanwhile, according to Forbes contributor Jason Evangelho, AMD has e-mailed 15,000 of its fans asking them—quite literally—to crash Nvidia's party this week.

The e-mail starts off by saying AMD is "intrigued" that "another graphics products company" is staging an event similar to its own AMD30Live. The message then adds that fans are "warmly encouraged" to attend the Nvidia event and represent the red team. It goes on to say:

On Sept 18th and 19th we’ll be watching the #Game24 hashtag and the @AMDRadeon twitter channel for pictures of you in attendance at the events, proudly wearing your favorite red T-shirt. Boldly tweet pictures of yourself wearing your colors while at these events, and we’ll send some love your way. The funnier and more inventive the photos, the better – remember, this is a celebration! Make sure to mention @AMDRadeon so we can find your posts easily.

The e-mail went out to members of the Red Team, a social media group of AMD fans. You can read a full transcript in the Forbes story. Though the missive apparently doesn't promise anything specific, Evangelho says he has it on "good authority" that AMD will reward participating fans with free Radeon graphics cards.

AMD effectively confirmed Evangelho's story yesterday, albeit with a more diplomatic turn of phrase:

However AMD chooses to define it, this looks to be a bold PR stunt in the making. I'm curious to see how Nvidia handles it.

Comments closed
    • Geonerd
    • 5 years ago

    Odd how everyone rushes to bash AMD.

    Compared to NVidia’s ‘Tier 0’ program (bribing OEMs to not use AMD vidcards), this is kindergarten play time.

    And don’t forget the spy ring NV sent to infiltrate AMD.

    And now AMD is somehow the bad guy? PFFFFT!

      • Klimax
      • 5 years ago

      I know about former Intel’s program, link to articles on NVidia’s?

      Evidence about that spy ring?

      As for bashing? Deserved for frankly stupid idea. NVidia has quite lot of time to prepare and furthermore, those fans are not under direct control, which can result in very bad event and thus bad PR. One, AMD cannot afford. (Already too many missteps)

    • Wildchild
    • 5 years ago

    Why are so many of you guys butt hurt over this? It’s hilarious.

    • Milo Burke
    • 5 years ago

    I’m less offended by this than I am by patent trolling.

      • wiak
      • 5 years ago

      true that, this is just pure love on amds part
      they dont say “keep you friends close, but your enemy closer” for nothing πŸ˜€

      • travbrad
      • 5 years ago

      Indeed. Regular old trolling is a lot better than patent trolling.

    • f0d
    • 5 years ago

    why would anyone actually be a “fan” of a videocard manufacturer?
    you buy whats the best price/performance at the time of your purchase

    i have no feelings at all towards amd nvidia or intel – whoever makes the the best price/performance hardware for the workload of the box im making gets the moneyz

      • NeelyCam
      • 5 years ago

      So you don’t honor vows at all?

      I feel bad for your girlfriend/wife. As soon as there is a better price/performance opportunity available, are you gonna take it?

        • wiak
        • 5 years ago

        i surly hope she is priceless :p

        • Kretschmer
        • 5 years ago

        GPU brand loyalty has nothing to do with marriage vows, and conflating the two is rather nutters.

        /backs away slowly

      • ronch
      • 5 years ago

      Something called ‘brand loyalty’ started to appear in the 20th century. People tend to favor a logo over another when buying certain products. It’s quite the norm these days, you know.

        • cynan
        • 5 years ago

        That brand loyalty has any intrinsic value is a great mythical byproduct (aka, con) of the advertising revolution of the 20th century. At best it is a tool used by lazy shoppers that pays off occasionally if you’re lucky. At worst, it is almost tantamount to baseless idolatry.

    • PixelArmy
    • 5 years ago

    lol, walking into the lion’s den… why would you set up your loyal fans for humiliation?

    Expect the system building contest to have Radeon cards that don’t post as bait. Green team pretending to be red team converting to green team all directed @AMDRadeon. Photobombs, etc.

    • roadkill1
    • 5 years ago

    We all know what happens to redshirts in Star Trek

    • MathMan
    • 5 years ago

    Nvidia must be giddy at the thought of all the fun ways they can turn this to their advantage.

      • Klimax
      • 5 years ago

      15 thousands of former AMD fans…

      ETA: πŸ˜€

    • Haserath
    • 5 years ago

    Red shirt with Nvidia’s symbol. πŸ˜‰

    “But it’s my favorite!”

    • maxxcool
    • 5 years ago

    It’s ok, Redshirts die 1st… Everyone knows that πŸ™‚

    • UnfriendlyFire
    • 5 years ago

    Who is running AMD’s marketing department?

    Anyone remember that Kaveri launch confusion?

      • ronch
      • 5 years ago

      Here’s the [url=http://www.amd.com/en-us/who-we-are/corporate-information/leadership/colette-laforce<]culprit[/url<]. Despite AMD's sleezeballs marketing though, you gotta give these guys some credit. After all, it's tough selling chips that don't exactly get favorable reviews all over the web.

    • jjj
    • 5 years ago

    Hope the 970 is 350$ not more. Assuming it performs about the same as the 780 would be nice enough at that price but not all that exciting at 400$.

    As for how they should greet AMD , obviously with an ice bucket to help them cool their GPUs. Given how Maxwell should perform in power consumption and how high the AMDs are clocked it seems like the best reply.

      • chuckula
      • 5 years ago

      The rumors are that the stock-970 models are $299 and the more customized/OCd variants run up to $350 or so.

      • MathMan
      • 5 years ago

      I love the ice bucket idea: counter one cheesy viral marketing with another!

    • atari030
    • 5 years ago

    General comments regarding pretty much all of the above (the corporate event itself and the corporate marketing response):
    1. Who cares?
    2. Big deal (shrug)
    3. Is anyone really surprised?

    The only thing I find remotely interesting is the possibility of ‘free stuff’. Even then, that’s a stretch.

    • geekl33tgamer
    • 5 years ago

    Why all the “The R9 290X is rubbish” and “I won’t buy AMD anymore now” comments off the back of this? Do the people posting that realise how it comes across?

    Now I’m not fussed either way what AMD get up to, but if I remember correctly, AMD have done this on more than one occasion. The 295×2 was unveiled at Nvidia’s Annual GTC conference this year. AMD turned up in stretched limo’s and MIB/Special Service fanfare. They also dropped in on Intel in 2013 offering FX-CPU’s to delegates at some financial conference.

    As for the R9 290/X isn’t it as fast as the GTX 780/Ti but a lot cheaper – How is that bad exactly? I swear some users of this site forget the whole “PC Enthusiast” ethos behind this site, and take a side in the most childish way possible sometimes.

      • chuckula
      • 5 years ago

      AMD playing stunts with its own marketing department in the past… cheesy but expected. At least AMD bothered to host its own competing events.

      However, you are missing out on a big thing here: AMD sent out this “invitation” to about [b<]15,000[/b<] fanboys who 1. Don't work for AMD, and 2. are actually [s<]delusional[/s<] devoted enough to sign up for "secret agent" letters that look like something you normally check with a decoder ring. AMD wants a cadre of these non-professional types to basically infiltrate an Nvidia event and cause trouble. Once again: This isn't some stupid prank outside of the event done by AMD employees who are kept on a leash, this is an attempt to get non-professional fanboy types *inside* a competitor's event to cause trouble... oh and those fanboys aren't under AMD's direct control. Basically, this is confirmation from the most honest possible source... AMD.. that the Maxwell launch on Friday is actually a big deal and not just a rebadge. It looks like some of the more optimistic performance numbers we've heard in the rumors might actually be true if AMD is going to this level of trouble.

        • geekl33tgamer
        • 5 years ago

        I hadn’t thought of the militant angle, and you do make a good point there. I was curious about the event some weeks back and have an invitation from Nvidia to attend here in London.

        Whoever AMD sent the email do, their “target” audience may not be able to attend anyway – you have to be 18 and bring ID, so with a bit of luck their plans won’t come to much anyway.

        As for Maxwell, it’s probably no secret it’s going to be very efficient and fast compared to everything from both sides that come before. Yes, I suspect when the new GeForce cards arrive, the R9 290/X series (while still fast) will not look as favourable because of their power/heat usage.

        Be interesting to see how AMD counteract it to be fair, as in the past they just typically threw more of everything at the card until the numbers were big enough that it was faster. Probably won’t cut it anymore if I’m honest…

        • Proxicon
        • 5 years ago

        What are you talking about? AMD asked some fans to show up with some AMD apparel and to be noticed at the show and you equate that with causing trouble? I didn’t see where AMD asked anyone to cause “trouble”, just to be creative in getting noticed at the event while sponsoring AMD somehow. Who cares? I seriously doubt a bunch of AMD fan boy nerds are capable of causing ANY trouble besides getting a little goofy and getting kicked out. Better call out the guard!

      • floodo1
      • 5 years ago

      lol, i just bought a 290x via the cryptomining bubble. soooo much cheaper than even used 780’s, even for the Sapphire Tri-X version with it’s sweet cooler πŸ™‚

        • Klimax
        • 5 years ago

        Expected lifetime remaining: few months…

          • l33t-g4m3r
          • 5 years ago

          Pure FUD. Most cards are built to handle it. If this stupid meme had any validity, we would be seeing reports of failures right and left, and we aren’t. There’s been more than enough time passed to weed out this rumor. The truth is, video cards are grossly over-engineered and will easily outlast their performance window of usefulness.

            • Klimax
            • 5 years ago

            Normally? Yes. With those used for mining? Not yet enough data for saying one way or the other. (Would depend how and how much would they be reported; if at all)

            One might also have to account for overclocking. (Yes, no, how much and was overvoltage done?)

            Also pretty sure we are yet to enter “predicted” range.

            And lastly, not sure how much serious I was… πŸ˜‰

            • geekl33tgamer
            • 5 years ago

            FWIW, my trio of 290X’s constantly hit the high 90’s. I’m not expecting to see any of them die anytime soon.

            I bet now I have said that…

            • Klimax
            • 5 years ago

            Don’t forget variation between chips. (Not every chip uses same voltage for example)

            Also there might be difference in binning/testing/cooling depending on expected usage. It is different when you expect high load over long time like (semi-)professional cards (Titan, Quadro, FirePro) and gaming/consumer products. (rest of GeForce or Radeons)

            And of course we have to look out for bad batches or non-GPU related failures like capacitors or VRMs.

            • OneShotOneKill
            • 5 years ago

            I had 2 failures from used cards I got recently. 7950 and 7870 on 2 different machines; Not sure they are related to previous mining but there is high probability.

            • l33t-g4m3r
            • 5 years ago

            I had a brand new 7950 fail out of the box because it was cheap junk using a cheap junk cooler that was barely hanging on to the card. Between that and the drivers, I switched to nvidia.

            Also, fan failures are probably due to manufacturers using cheap sleeve bearing fans. Gotta watch what you’re buying.

            • Bensam123
            • 5 years ago

            Only failures I’ve seen on my miners are fan failures on specific models (which would’ve happened anyway).

      • Bensam123
      • 5 years ago

      Hey, look, sanity has returned to TR! I wonder how long it’ll take this to get buried.

      That being said, depending on what you’re playing the R9-290 isn’t slower then the 780, the same goes for the X and TI.

        • chuckula
        • 5 years ago

        I’ve got a better way for AMD to ruin Nvidia’s day without egging on fanboys to commit assault: Release new cards that are better than Nvidia’s.

        Given that Nvidia is still clearly stuck at 28nm, it’s not asking the impossible.

    • Concupiscence
    • 5 years ago

    Jesus, [i<]really[/i<]? I get the marketing department ain't what it used to be, but the proper response is to class things up at your OWN event, not try to ruin your competitor's good time. That just makes you look like a stupid bully.

    • ronch
    • 5 years ago

    Oh man. This is no funny marketing stunt. This is FXing serious.

    • Peter.Parker
    • 5 years ago

    Hey AMD, if I wear my Spider costume, do I get “some love” my way?

    • Peter.Parker
    • 5 years ago

    It makes sense the “red shirts”. This move is coming straight from the tactics book of the Communist Party.
    Stalin perfected the “group manipulation tactics”; the “agitator” was basically his creation (un-patented yet).

      • derFunkenstein
      • 5 years ago

      Red shirts also works from a Star Trek perspective – these are the sheep being led to slaughter at the hands of the rival nVidia. Makes sense that they’d be in red because they’re going to die.

    • ronch
    • 5 years ago

    Stupid AMD marketing people. AMD upper management should just admit they’ve got a bunch of monkeys running the marketing department. Fire them all, get more decent and professional marketing people (yes, they do exist, as hard to believe as it is), and focus on engineering and not stupid stunts like this.

    • sschaem
    • 5 years ago

    Very bad marketing move… Who thought of it? Who approved it? They should be fired !

    Its so freaking lame, its not funny, it got no class, etc… This stunt stinks.

    My take? Its a desperate move from a desperate company.

    AMD got no thinker, not creative mind left running the show… Like Read recently stated, the next 2 years are going the hardest for the company. Another time we are going to gamble on if the company will file for chapter 11 or not… But this move is not going to help , it will only hurt AMD greatly πŸ™

    An AMD higher up really need to fire all AMD monkey involved in this and retract this action with an apology. But fat chance AMD will do the right thing.

      • sweatshopking
      • 5 years ago

      it’s almost like this post is basically the same as the last 10 posts you’ve made about amd.
      I’ll give you one thing, you’re consistent!

        • albundy
        • 5 years ago

        glad i wasn’t the only one that noticed. I had no idea AMD had monkeys!

    • TheMonkeyKing
    • 5 years ago

    Everyone knows the red shirt rule, right?
    [url<]http://joesgeekfest.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/dysfunctional-redshirts.jpg[/url<]

    • Anovoca
    • 5 years ago

    AMD sends out new driver that causes their GPU’s to render all green palette textures in red. Stocks drop 15%. AMD PR rep takes to twitter. HAHA take that nVidia #wegotyougood #AMDRedTeam

    • NovusBogus
    • 5 years ago

    …wait, are either of them expecting lots of non-journos to participate in something that happens during a workday?

    • puppetworx
    • 5 years ago

    After they gave away R9 290s at AMD30 I wouldn’t be surprised to see some people take AMD up on the offer.

    From a PR standpoint I like the idea, I’ve seen similar things done with sports fans. The rub is that, this type of stunt probably only entertains hardline fans. To the objective viewer it can look like poor form. I don’t envisage much of a ruckus though, probably just retweets of blokes in red t-shirts photobombing Tom Peterson.

    • gigafinger
    • 5 years ago

    To counter, Nvidia should just give out free graphics cards to the red shirts crashing the party.

      • Anovoca
      • 5 years ago

      Or hand out free red t-shirts with a sponsor’s logo on it at the door. photobomb the photobombers.

      • jihadjoe
      • 5 years ago

      brb buying myself a red shirt…

        • Klimax
        • 5 years ago

        Inadvisable.

      • Deanjo
      • 5 years ago

      Nvidia should offer free cards for anyone that brings in their r290/280 cards in exchange.

      Then using all those AMD cards, hold a marshmallow roast.

        • UnfriendlyFire
        • 5 years ago

        For extra BM, Nividia could dump the handed-in AMD cards on eBay and Craigslist.

        “Your cards deserve to be in the flea market.”

        • gigafinger
        • 5 years ago

        “Oh, I see you brought your R9 290X. Here’s a Titan.”

      • l33t-g4m3r
      • 5 years ago

      Only if they took off the red shirt. Otherwise they’d get two cards.

        • gigafinger
        • 5 years ago

        And then? Any decent hardware enthusiast would benchmark them both and use the superior card.

          • l33t-g4m3r
          • 5 years ago

          ? I’m saying nvidia shouldn’t give out cards to people participating in AMD’s disruptive stunt. If they did give a card to the crashers, it would only be on the premise that no pictures had been taken, and the shirt would be confiscated. Otherwise, you’re just rewarding bad behavior.

          The more normal response is that nvidia would just search everyone at the door, and throw out the crashers.

          Amd/nv need to be more cooperative instead of antagonistic. I can kinda see justification for a stunt like this, but only if you weren’t doing the same exclusive garbage yourself. Regardless, Nv certainly hasn’t made things any better by suing competitors for vague patents. It’s getting too Creative Labsy with this stuff.

      • Waco
      • 5 years ago

      That would be awesome.

      I’m STILL cranky that Newegg sold my information to AMD when I bought an FX chip for a family member’s build. I got a bunch of crap in the mail about the “Red Team” a few weeks later congratulating me on my purchase…

    • ronch
    • 5 years ago

    Wow, this is all so SEXY and EXCITING!!!

    I wonder who thought of it…

      • Klimax
      • 5 years ago

      Survivor of improved execution.

    • Longsdivision
    • 5 years ago

    +1 to everyone here because someone thinks this is imgur.

    • USAFTW
    • 5 years ago

    It’s unusual to see AMD pulling such a dick move. What are they trying to prove? They just want to video tape a guy with AMD Radeon is gaming graffiti plastered all over his shirt get ng kicked out so they can prove that nvidia is all the evil?

      • ronch
      • 5 years ago

      Intimidate someone then cry fowl when he punches you. Yeah, just like a *itch.

      • Deanjo
      • 5 years ago

      Actually it isn’t unusual at all for AMD. Remember them calling out Intel on their Xeons, nvidia on their Dustbusters or many of their other lame attempts at poking fun at the competition in an effort to make AMDs offerings look better than they are.

        • UnfriendlyFire
        • 5 years ago

        There was an AMD commercial about Nividia’s Fermi GPUs…

          • ColeLT1
          • 5 years ago

          You read my mind.
          [url<]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QkyfGJgcwQ[/url<]

            • torquer
            • 5 years ago

            I actually think its kind of clever.

            That being said, if it was produced now it would be in poor taste considering the “Swatting” stuff that has been going on where FPS gamers call the police on real life opponents and the SWAT team shows up.

            Also humorous because Kepler and Maxwell run so much cooler and quieter than AMD these days.

      • Proxicon
      • 5 years ago

      Geez, you guys are about as much fun as a corpse and have about the same personality of a dead moth. Are you guys that stiff that you can’t have a little fun at some stupid trade show? Oh Golly gee whiz! Look at those AMD guys with there blinking LED shirts on! Someone should call the Police and have them escorted from the building immediately! Loosen up a little bit…

    • Silus
    • 5 years ago

    And AMD reached a new low…. Childish tactics made by a company clearly ran by children or by adults with a brains of children (or lack of brains)

    Just wow!

    • tbone8ty
    • 5 years ago

    Crash the party and receive amd goodies you say?? No problem πŸ˜‰

      • ronch
      • 5 years ago

      I hope AMD repeats this stunt on the next IDF too and gives out free CPUs! An 8-core FX isn’t a bad CPU to own especially if one just got it for free, right?

    • ronch
    • 5 years ago

    I love AMD, but things like this make me lose a little respect for them. Perhaps I should consider Nvidia for my next graphics card.

    Edit – someone just gave all the posts on this thread -1’s. Such AMD fanboyism. Much hate for AMD criticism. Wowe.

      • chuckula
      • 5 years ago

      Funny how much we are talking about [b<][i<]NVIDIA'S BIG EVENT THIS WEEK!! (TM)[/i<][/b<] all because of something that AMD did... did something backfire?

        • ronch
        • 5 years ago

        Looks like. AMD should really stop making fools of themselves and start acting professional.

          • chuckula
          • 5 years ago

          AMD needs to do a little more of: We’re too cool to even acknowledge that Nvidia is pulling some marketing dog & pony show this week.

          It’s kind of like AMD is the little dog that absolutely has to yip constantly while the big dogs just don’t care.

            • ronch
            • 5 years ago

            Damn right.

            • anotherengineer
            • 5 years ago

            Gotta get that cheap publicity anyway they can πŸ˜‰

          • NeelyCam
          • 5 years ago

          I think this is brilliant. Crowdsourcing marketing so you can fire 90% of your own marketing team. Very cost-effective.

      • chuckula
      • 5 years ago

      [quote<]Edit - someone just gave all the posts on this thread -1's. Such AMD fanboyism. Much hate for AMD criticism. Wowe.[/quote<] There are some anonymous trolls who love to do mass downthumbs based on a perceived need to "protect" AMD's image. That's one reason I'm a big fan of de-anonymizing the thumb process. If I down or up thumb a comment, I have no problem taking responsibility for the action.

        • puppetworx
        • 5 years ago

        It would likely encourage more meaningful discussion too because people would have more impetus to explain why they downthumbed or upthumbed something when they’re held accountable.

        Plus shilling would be easier to spot.

        • Wild Thing
        • 5 years ago

        Your narcissism clearly has no limit.
        I’m sure you’d love to see who down votes your constant rants and comments here.
        Even a cursory look at your posting on the front page comments shows how you would aim and tailor your spite and venom at those who dare to rebutt you.
        In tandem, the spectacle of you fawning and preening over the up voters would be *ahem* unappealing, to say the least.

    • torquer
    • 5 years ago

    I’m an Nvidia fan, but I chuckle at this kind of stuff. People shouldn’t take it so seriously. Didn’t AMD park outside of IDF awhile back and end up getting kicked out for not having a permit? Personally I’m a fan of this kind of stuff as long as it doesn’t go too far. I’m sure some will think this is in poor taste and going overboard, but if I were a marketing rep at Nvidia I’d have fun with it. Maybe give out Nvidia shirts to anyone who shows up wearing red or something like that.

    If the world took itself a little less seriously and people had more fun with good natured competition, we’d have a lot fewer angry fanboys.

      • tbone8ty
      • 5 years ago

      I beleive one of intel’s trucks didnt have a permit for their own event.

        • torquer
        • 5 years ago

        Could be. They did hand out chips at IDF 2013 though: [url<]http://www.brightsideofnews.com/2013/09/10/amd-toys-with-intel-at-idf-2013-passes-out-potato-chips/[/url<]

      • ronch
      • 5 years ago

      Sure, having a little fun would be nice but in any line of work and particularly with a company of AMD’s size, there’s such a thing called professionalism and business etiquette.

        • OneShotOneKill
        • 5 years ago

        Professionalism and business etiquette are overrated when you are a gaming company. Let them have fun. It is a gaming event not a royal wedding.

          • ronch
          • 5 years ago

          Be that as it may, I don’t think this will do AMD any good. As some here have speculated, it could very well backfire on them. AMD’s just got no class these days.

          Besides, having fun is one thing, acting like a child is another.

            • moose17145
            • 5 years ago

            Good to know who the people are in these threads that don’t know how to take a joke…

            OhMahGawd but they is a company! They can’t has fun like that! Tey must be serious all teh time! Just like Serious Cat!

            Considering tactics I have seen Nvidia pull over the years… I wouldn’t be saying AMD is the one with no class.

            AMD is the underdog of the industry. So by all means they should feel free to act like it every now and then. If it gets their name out there and makes it so more people recognize them as an alternative, then they are doing a fine job. Most people don’t even know who or what AMD is. They legitimately think Intel is the only company on the planet that makes CPUs. Even when people own an AMD based computer, half of them still think Intel made whatever is doing the processing work inside the box.

      • MathMan
      • 5 years ago

      Totally agree. Let them try to have fun.

      It will most likely a non-event, but there’s the potential that something embarrassing will happen for one or the other party. I’d call that a win for us innocent bystanders.

    • chuckula
    • 5 years ago

    [quote<]Meanwhile, according to Forbes contributor Jason Evangelho, AMD has e-mailed 15,000 of its fans asking themβ€”quite literallyβ€”to crash Nvidia's party this week.[/quote<] Keep it classy AMD!! Yeah, and that right there is why Nvidia is typically considered the #1 graphics company* while AMD is considered the also-ran. This latest Nvidia-related outburst from AMD coupled with the usual whining and griping whenever Intel does anything whatsoever kind of shows the underlying corporate zeitgeist at AMD. Basically, it should come as no surprise that the party who plays marketing games like this also ends up not being considered #1. Have fun trying to break into the ARM world AMD! I'm sure you believe those persecution complexes about how Intel and Nvidia are trying to drive you out of business but believe me.. you've never seen the likes of Qualcomm before. * The fact that Nvidia consistently turns a profit doesn't hurt either.

      • torquer
      • 5 years ago

      Whoa now – talk like that might get you banned. After all, remember TR editors participated in an AMD infomercial awhile back and are clearly shills for the red team. Just ask jdaven.

      /sarcasm (for the sarcasm impaired)

      • derFunkenstein
      • 5 years ago

      [quote<]* The fact that Nvidia consistently turns a profit doesn't hurt either.[/quote<] Now you're just being mean. πŸ™

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