No, it was a sarcastic remark towards all those that named it so...People are still going on about the mid-range chip thing? Its a name
Yep, they're late again, what's new? And remember how they didn't paper-launch?LOL, 680 launched March 22; just 10 days before Q1's end.
NOTICE: sarcasm has been used again.
This has a certain truth to it, because nv managed to get only a few working chips out, lower numbers means weak distribution and thus they get sold out because in this case even a little bit of demand makes and impact. Where I live out of 30, 17 are available, don't know how many they do have of each, maybe just one or two and then there are our wages which don't allow many to buy them.[...] but to believe that they are hard to find because they are getting sold out is bullshit [...]
That might be because they gave up on some wafer starts and TSMC allotted them to apple if I remember right. Apparently dear leader wasn't happy with wafer pricing considering yield. Ouch!...Qualcomm and AMD have not said they can't get enough wafer starts to meet demand. Only nVidia has made this statement.
In this light how can the marketing team not use lots of images, graphs and what not? Might go well with investors.