The graphics specialist reported a sequential increase in gaming card sales in the recent quarter and foresees more improvement.
News & Analysis: NVIDIA
Looking ahead, management wasn't comfortable with providing any full-year guidance targets -- there are too many moving parts to the current market conditions.
It took just three months for the chip company to abandon its overly optimistic outlook.
The GPU specialist's Q1 results were poor, but the market cheered earnings breezing by Wall Street's modest consensus estimate.
One trades up on declining fundamentals, and one gets hammered in spite of top-line growth.
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Will Q1 results show the GPU leader has turned the corner on some of the issues that torpedoed last quarter's results?
Graphics card demand looks unlikely to pick up, and the lag could cause NVIDIA more damage.
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