Nvidia’s quadratic processor, the NV1

Founded in early 1993, Nvidia set out to revolutionize the PC and console gaming market with 3D. They succeeded beyond even their wildest dreams, but not without a few bumps and bruises to make them smarter and stronger. The company was founded on the plan to develop single-chip media accelerators for interactive multimedia on PCs.¹ “We intend to focus our ...

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