ComputerWorld reports that NVIDIA has been hit with a class-action lawsuit over defects in its GPU line, the suit alleging the company knowingly concealed information about the problem from its investors. The suit is seeking unspecified damages. Here's a bit: "Highlighting the seriousness of the charges laid against Nvidia, the lawsuit said Hewlett-Packard issued a BIOS update to mitigate the chip problem eight months before Nvidia revealed its existence to investors. Nvidia and computer makers have used BIOS updates that cause system fans to run more often in an attempt to reduce heat stress on the affected chips and prevent them from failing." Thanks Mike Martinez.
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