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RoD
01-27-2003, 01:00 PM
I don't know how many of you are subscribed to top coder, but i got this in my email today, just figured i'd share it with all the talk of jobs lately. Enjoy.



Hello NeKey,

At NVIDIA, the sky's the limit, and your imagination can take you anywhere!

NVIDIA is reinventing the visual experience beyond the bleeding-edge with the best hardware and software innovation. The culture promotes and inspires our driven team of world-class engineers and developers to be at the top of their game...and to have fun along the way! We are shaping the world of tomorrow...today.

So...Are you ready for a REAL challenge? NVIDIA has exciting opportunities for passionate and highly motivated individuals looking to work with the best of the best! Positions are available for:

Experienced professionals
New & Recent College Graduates
Interns & Co-ops

If you are ready, click on the link to check out the opportunities waiting for you at NVIDIA: http://www.topcoder.com/?&t=tces&c=nvidia.

Visualize your future...We do.

ober
01-27-2003, 01:33 PM
bah... CA... who wants to live/work there?

PJYelton
01-27-2003, 02:11 PM
Yeah, I get something like that from topcoder about once a day. Unfortunately none of the companies have locations in Denver :(

ammar
01-27-2003, 02:57 PM
The link is great... it gave me a "Navigation Error":confused:

-KEN-
01-27-2003, 03:07 PM
Originally posted by ammar
The link is great... it gave me a "Navigation Error":confused:

http://www.topcoder.com/?&t=tces&c=nvidia

Whatever genius created the email forgot that the period would be added onto the end of the URL...

Cheeze-It
01-27-2003, 03:42 PM
Is it really necessary to put "Read" in the subject title? The mere
fact that you posted this thread pretty much implies that you want
people to read it...

Anyway, ATI will put nVidia out of business within 4 years. :)

napkin111
01-27-2003, 06:20 PM
Originally posted by ethic
Is it really necessary to put "Read" in the subject title? The mere
fact that you posted this thread pretty much implies that you want
people to read it...

Anyway, ATI will put nVidia out of business within 4 years. :)

Nope, I definently wouldn't have read it if it weren't for the read in the title... As for ATI putting nVidia out of business, I agree that ATI has pulled ahead with the 9700 pro, but ATI's downfall is their lack of driver updates. Also, the FX beta has been benchmarked, and is slightly better than the 9700, but lets see what happens when nVidia optimized the drivers and the hardware. Methinks theFX will show signifigant improvements over the 9700 (but then there's the next gen ATI card on the horizon...ah, so much to keep up with). Anyways, I severly doubt that nVidia will go out of business anytime soon (if I had to wager a guess, I'd say ATI would be the first to go).

//napKIN

itld
01-27-2003, 11:28 PM
howdy,
that makes a bit nervous, i've always had nVidia stuff never owned an ATI.


Anyway, ATI will put nVidia out of business within 4 years.

M.R.

RoD
01-28-2003, 05:27 AM
>>Anyway, ATI will put nVidia out of business within 4 years.

Maybe not in four, but yes, ATI will destroy nVidia eventually. I have a low-level radeon i got not too long ago that benchmarked slightly above a GF4 4600. In the same computer, both after fresh installs. I'll take ATI over nVidia anyday (but if it was an option, 3dfx would be my first choice. Without 3dfx, nVidia was doomed.)