Just a bit off topic for the forum but I gave a quick look at Nvidia results last quarter. They were quite good, and it seems that Nvidia strategy of small die chips is definitely paying off, as they are able to retain margins when the market is bad and are better positioned when the GPU market warms up. The consumer GPU markets had a nice quarter growing 15% YoY, reversing the downward trend present last year, and guess what, Nvidia was ready to grab the opportunity and posted very, very good results even if we exclude their Tegra sales, which were reasonable enough. Tegra now amounts for more than 30% of Nvidia sales, which means that the business should get critical mass to stop bleeding AMD money soon. Their very conservative forecasts for Q4 means that they are finally feeling Krait pressure and that the PC slowdown should impact them soon. Unless the PC market plunges in Q4 they will fare well until Haswell, which means we'll have a pretty good idea of Nvidia 2013 in Q2 only.