That's because nobody can buy a high end AMD card, all the miners kept buying them at inflated prices.
Nvidia has reported better-than-expected fourth quarter financial results, with revenues of $1.14bn over the three months ending January 26, up 9 per cent on the last quarter and 3 per cent on the year-ago period. "Quarterly revenue came in well above our outlook, driven by PC gaming, capping an outstanding year for our GPU …
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Thursday 13th February 2014 11:39 GMT Greg D
Good to hear at least someone doing well in the PC biz. Especially considering PC gaming is to thank.
Still think nVidia's top-end hardware is unable to stand up in a price:performance market against AMD though. Although superior GPU's, the AMD equivalents are far cheaper. Drivers are a non--issue these days.