Nvidia quarterly earnings top Wall Street expectations as PC gaming remains strong

Shawn Knight

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Nvidia has once again topped Wall Street expectations with a better-than-anticipated quarter. For the period ending January 25, the graphics chip maker reported revenues of $1.25 billion, or $0.43 per diluted share, which is a nine percent increase year-over-year and...

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Nvidia exposed, LMAO ... what people found out wasn't something new. It has happened before. Nor does it play a factor in every day scenarios.

The 970 will continue to sell because it's a non factor for many many people. Don't like the issue then don't buy it. There is also a good chance of a revision of the 970.
 

dividebyzero

trainee n00b
Well, we'll see how strong they are after the 970 has been exposed as a 3.5GB(224 bit) Card
Not a lot. The card is still a big seller, and of those people returning it some are trading up to a 980. Of the returned cards...they'll be refurbished and onsold at a (small) discount. EVGA does a roaring trade with its trade in's from its Step Up program (B Stock, models suffixed -RX).
 
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Do the framerates lie?
power draw and framerate. the tech specs will cause a user to return the card?
 
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EEatGDL

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Well, we'll see how strong they are after the 970 has been exposed as a 3.5GB(224 bit) Card
I read a report [in spanish] last week that only about 1-2% were returned according to retailers; according to Jon Peddie Research the figure was about 5%.
 

Tye Lucas

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Well, we'll see how strong they are after the 970 has been exposed as a 3.5GB(224 bit) Card
The only people that would care about this at all are the ones running 4k or greater resolutions as this is the only thing that you would need anything over 3.5GGB of RAM for anyway.