Which company is bigger in terms of industry?

Discussion in 'Graphics and Semiconductor Industry' started by grecco_julio, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. grecco_julio

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    ATi or NVIDIA; Intel or AMD?
     
  2. head crabwqe

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    Af vai se foder seu merda. Opinião de americanos imbecis não vai mudar em nada.
     
  3. grecco_julio

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    Ô IMBECIL POSTA EMBAXO DE MIM :B
     
  4. head crabwqe

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    EMBAIXO SEU CU
     
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    :roll: Que brazileiros malucos de todo.... :p
     
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    STUTE ?

    ok back to the topic

    im not sure but i think ati have more employer than nvidia and they did more money than nvidia in the last year.

    Intel is a giant .. you can compare intel to microsoft for the money they make (but they make less profit than microsoft)
     
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    ATi is bigger than nVidia and Intel is bigger than AMD.
     
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    Intel the biggest. Ever. :lol:
     
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    Looking at market value Intel is playing in an entirely different leauge:

    Intel; 143.91B > AMD; 8.11B > ATI; 4.85B > NVIDIA; 3.80B

    For comparison: Microsoft; 296.03B and IBM; 162.32B.

    Offtopic: How about leaving the Portuguese flaming to somewhere else.
     
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    lol :lol: Don't worry, they were just insulting each other...
     
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    Makes it all the more amazing that AMD is not only able to compete but actually be a leader in some respects.
     
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    Don't forget IMG
    ~260M :)
     
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    Don't forget Matrox!!! -983Trillion.
     
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    Think of an AMD with Intel's kind of cash flow.... :shock: :shock: :shock:
     
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    Pointless because amd will never get anywhere close to 50% marketshare.
    They'll always be the little guy imo.
     
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    Drug/Underworld industry is biggest of them all..... :wink:
     
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    and america owns you all

    Go USA!
     
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