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Tuesday, 26 July 2011 10:08

Nvidia shares slide amidst strong competition

Written by Fudzilla staff


Analysts pull the brakes
Analysts are starting to voice concerns about Nvidia’s performance in the coming quarter, as the outfit sees slower demand for GPUs and more competition in the ARM market.

Shares dipped 1.43 percent on Monday, but they are still trading around the $15 mark, slightly higher than last week. Nvidia peaked in January and February, with shares trading at over $25. However, a year ago, in August, Nvidia was trading at under $10, so it seems the rollercoaster drive is coming to an end.

UBS analyst Urche Orji lowered his estimated for the company’s stock from $20 to $16.5 on Monday. He cited slow graphics sales reported by AMD last week and stronger competition in the ARM market. Orji notes that Google has already chosen Texas Instruments chips for the Ice Cream Sandwich reference design, while both TI and Qualcomm have announced chips that could outperform Nvidia’s Kal-El in most applications.

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-2 #1 dan 2011-07-26 10:39
The beginning of the end for NV. Terrible shame.
 
 
+2 #2 MrScary 2011-07-26 10:44
The green gobling wanted to eat the world, but instead he ate a punch in the face, courtesy of TI, Qualcom and Power Imagination Technologies...poor poor nvidiots.
 
 
+1 #3 milkod2001 2011-07-26 10:59
I would not be surprised if Intel have bought Nvidia within 6-12 months.
 
 
-2 #4 MrScary 2011-07-26 11:01
Quoting milkod2001:
I would not be surprised if Intel have bought Nvidia within 6-12 months.

Me too, i already have though about that sometime ago.

And given the fact nvidia is the way of dodo, it would be cheap to buy.
 
 
0 #5 Fierce Guppy 2011-07-26 11:21
Quoting MrScary:
The green gobling wanted to eat the world, but instead he ate a punch in the face, courtesy of TI, Qualcom and Power Imagination Technologies...poor poor nvidiots.


I've nothing to do with the ati fanboy vs nvidia fanboy insult scene, but I had to give you a thumbs up for this: "The green gobling wanted to eat the world, but instead he ate a punch in the face."

Oh so violent yet visually quite funny.
 
 
-9 #6 bro_fist 2011-07-26 12:27
Dear poorAMDfags, please continue your gay orgy in semiaccurate.com with biggest gay Charlie Demerjian. :-* If you look at poorAMD you can see their shares are half lower than Nvidia's. Not to mention that Intel earns $13.1 billion which means that poorAMDfags buys too much gay pr0n instead of epic fail AMD crap, and this leads to AMD bankrupt.
 
 
+4 #7 STRESS 2011-07-26 12:31
In wonder if Fudo is selling his shares now. Even after the massive free promotion of the rather lacklustre Tegra he is doing here all the time does not seem to impact nVidia's market performance at all.
 
 
-2 #8 johndgr 2011-07-26 12:34
No real reason for Intel to buy Nvidia. Why bought them?

- To make Tegra chips? They don't want to make Tegra chips. They want X86 to last for 100 years.

- To make gpus? They don't want to make gpus the way Nvidia makes them. They want something with X86 in it.

- To get PhysX and CUDA? They have Havok and I am sure that they don't like CUDA.

- To compete with AMD? They don't want to compete with AMD in the graphics arena. They have split the X86 market for cpus 80/20 and they are just fine with the integrated graphics they are selling. They let the discrete gpus business to AMD. Why care about it? Don't forget that Intel needs AMD alive. FTC is watching. So throwing a bone (discrete graphics) to AMD is not a bad idea.
 
 
-4 #9 MrScary 2011-07-26 13:19
Quoting johndgr:
No real reason for Intel to buy Nvidia. Why bought them?

- To make Tegra chips? They don't want to make Tegra chips. They want X86 to last for 100 years.

- To make gpus? They don't want to make gpus the way Nvidia makes them. They want something with X86 in it.

- To get PhysX and CUDA? They have Havok and I am sure that they don't like CUDA.

It´s quite simple, intel has NO idea about gpus and they need the green goblin so desesperately to make something serious in the mobile front, without them they are a nobody
 
 
+1 #10 MrScary 2011-07-26 13:23
Quoting STRESS:
In wonder if Fudo is selling his shares now. Even after the massive free promotion of the rather lacklustre Tegra he is doing here all the time does not seem to impact nVidia's market performance at all.

If it were the case, he is probably in a lost battle, he would have buyed them around 20-30$ at the CES nvidiot fever (a bunch of goblins enraged in a irreal dream on taking the android world with tudgra), and right now nvidiots stocks are peanuts, haha, 14-15$ the sell train had already gone.
 

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