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The "Kepler" family of graphics processors are finally lifting Nvidia, which turned in better-than-expected financial results for its second quarter of fiscal 2013 ended in July. And the first Quadro workstation graphics card using the Kepler GPU was launched, setting up a revenue bump in the third quarter. In the quarter, …

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Alien

2013??

Is el'reg reporting news from the future now?

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Re: 2013??

Mr. Prickett-Morgan writes really thorough, informed articles. There are always a few grammatical clangers... Kind of his seal of authenticity.

Enjoy them for the content... Genuinely outstanding, sometimes.

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(Written by Reg staff)

Re: Re: 2013??

Guys. It is a fiscal year. As the story says.

And thanks. Not saying I don't do bloopers. HA! But this ain't one of them.

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Will definitely run Crysis.

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hmm

Time to short ATI and buy Nvidia then, gotta love the simplicity of trading on those two companies :p

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You know ATI is owned by AMD, right?

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Megaphone

All very lovely but support and tools for OpenCL are still disappearing between the cracks while CUDA is given the hard sell.

Listen up Nvidia - developers want to use OpenCL; we need portability!

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