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Wednesday, 01 August 2007 10:51

Single chip chipsets bring a lot of cash

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Huge margins


Nvidia has confirmed to its analysts that a single chip chipset approach makes much financial sense. As Nvidia is a really successful money making machine, the company concentrates on making the single chip chipsets and maximizing the margins with such an approach.

As AMD slipped this year, Nvidia starts to look in Intel’s way and will announce a new IGP core for Intel and will try to release Intel’s chipsets shortly after it releases the AMD version. The answer to why is rather simple, as Nvidia has much more experience with AMD chipsets and this is something that Jensen confirmed the other day.

So next time when you see a single chip chipset from Nvidia, bear in mind that Nvidia makes a lot of money out of it.

Last modified on Wednesday, 01 August 2007 14:18
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