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    Nvidia posts $141 million loss in Q2 2010, consumer business to blame

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    Graphics chip maker Nvidia has released its fiscal Q2 earnings, and while some of the more industry-oriented products – "Quadro professional graphics, Tesla GPU computing, and our Tegra system-on-a-chip business" – have delivered "excellent results" the "GeForce consumer business fell significantly short of expectations."

    What does that mean in dollars and cents? A net loss of $141m for Q2, down from a loss of $105m for the same period last year. It's a notable drop from the company's Q1 profits of $138m. So why were earnings down, though revenue of $811m was actually up from the same time last year? "Results were impacted by a large inventory write-down," the earnings report says. "The inventory write-down was a consequence of weakened demand for consumer graphics processing units (GPUs) as higher memory prices and economic weakness in Europe and China led to a greater-than-expected shift to lower-priced GPUs and PCs with integrated graphics."

    So it's the same old story: global economic meltdown leading to PC sales with cheaper – or even integrated! – GPUs. Wow, the future is bizarre.

    Source: Joystic

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    yap i heard that.....

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    Q3 and Q4 results should pick up. The holiday gaming season is fast approaching and the GTX 460 has finally entered the mass market, things should get better for nVidia.

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    Yet nobody notices when AMD makes a loss.
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    unless they introduce PoP/Mirror Edge styles with lara croft in bikini (gfx on par or better than AniMatrix), this game is hopeless =,='

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    hmm ar GTX 475 ar GTX 485 tou GF104 chips use korbe like 460 so they should get back to business

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    Frustrating news for nVIDIA.

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    nv is making a backup with GF 104 gpus.

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    hmm i won't have to switch ATi

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    Default Re: Nvidia in deep waters!

    GF 104 banailei ei loss katai uthbe + reasonable pricing.

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