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Graphics card shipments to drop 30-40% in 2Q14 - comments from readers
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 16 June 2014]
  • Posted on Jun 19, 00:51

    If only people would be excited about crunching Folding@home for science on their GPUs, but most people are selfish, using electricity to do non-beneficial math, or don't know the program exists.

    The key to reduced GPU prices is to buy used.
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