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Submitted by mpctips 889d ago | news

Nvidia Posts Record Revenue on Strength of Kepler

Maximum PC: PC gaming is alive and well, as evidenced by strong Kepler GPU sales that helped steer Nvidia towards record revenue of $1.20 billion for the third quarter of its fiscal 2013 period ended October 28, 2012. That's a gain of 15.3 percent compared to the previous quarter, and a 12.9 percent improvement versus last year, Nvidia said, adding that its energy efficient Kepler GPU architecture continued to make excellent headway in the market place. (Industry, NVIDIA)

andresegers  +   889d ago
Oh damn
newsguy  +   889d ago
nice for the big N
SkullBlade169  +   888d ago
Using a GTX670 that I bought last week. This was a huge upgrade from what I had before (Radeon HD 4870). So far, the GPU seems to be very stable and runs cool, I think Nvidia did a good job.
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