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Nvidia's Cartoons Continue to Poke Fun at Intel

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 8 comments

Nvidia's way past diplomacy now.

Nvidia's not afraid to poke at its competitors. Earlier this week, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said that the FTC lawsuit against Intel is one that "can completely transform the computer industry."

"I can now imagine the day when Intel can no longer block consumers from enjoying our creation and experience computing in a way we know is possible," he wrote a memo.

Not content to leave it at just that, Nvidia continues to poke at Intel on its Intel's Insides cartoon site. Nvidia said that its site is just satire, but it certainly doesn't pull any punches. Here are the latest few on the bumps that Intel has encountered regarded alleged anticompetitive activity.

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    Dandalf , 19 December 2009 08:22
    Lol I love the settlement one :D 
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    etak , 19 December 2009 15:06
    This is no news. Sort it out pls.
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    ukcal , 19 December 2009 15:59
    Etak, it's just a bit of fun.
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    mi1ez , 19 December 2009 21:57
    Losing respect for Nvidia on a daily basis.
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    soulman901 , 20 December 2009 00:01
    Why should Intel be at fault here because their competition sucks.
    I guess this is the only way that Nvidia and AMD can play.
    Plus these cartoons are lousy.
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    silverblue , 21 December 2009 00:03
    soulman901Why should Intel be at fault here because their competition sucks.

    What, by paying people not to stock the competition, it's not actually Intel's fault? And where's AMD's own cartoons? Oh wait, they didn't do any, did they?
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    99lawrence , 21 December 2009 05:10
    That's a demo of what Crisis looks like on the new Fermi cards that last one is.
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    excalibur1814 , 21 December 2009 21:09
    Years back, I went along to and typed in AMD etc as I wanted to see the latest prices and all that jazz. The first eight or so search results.... all Intel CPU's!!!

    I emailed and within an hour, the situation changed. Hmmmm!!!!