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Nvidia vs. Intel – now a war of images?

Nvidia have been at a war of words with Intel for a while now. Fudzilla have uncovered a website called “Intel’s Insides” which features a collection of somewhat humourous comics parodying Intel.

Right below the comics, there’s a small Nvidia logo, which has can lead people to believe that it is indeed Nvidia, the visual computing company, getting into a war of images with Intel.

Tick-tock, tick-tock, says the clock. A clock called “Larrabee” attached to what looks like a bomb. So, are images like these really Nvidia’s work?

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Nvidia have been at a war of words with Intel for a while now. Fudzilla
have uncovered a website called “Intel’s Insides” which features a
collection of somewhat humourous comics parodying Intel.

Right below the comics, there’s a small Nvidia logo, which has can lead
people to believe that it is indeed Nvidia, the visual computing
company, getting into a war of images with Intel.

Tick-tock, tick-tock, says the clock. A clock called “Larrabee” attached
to what looks like a bomb. So, are images like these really Nvidia’s
work?

After all, just about anyone could put up such a website – and a nice little Nvidia log to divert all blame. However, a whois lookup leads to private information, but guess where the DNS lookup directs to? Yes, dns.nvidia.com. So, indeed, the website exists on Nvidia’s servers.

At this stage, it sure does seem Nvidia can put out parody comics with greater efficiency than DX11 cards. A mismanagement of resources, perhaps?

You can check out all the comics at IntelsInsides.com.

Reference: Fudzilla

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