NVIDIA 67 reviews - Santa Clara, CA

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The Performance Analyst will analyze performance on all aspects of professional computing workstation systems including CPU, memory, IO, graphics, networking, audio, video and internal busses. The Analyst will run standard and custom tests including professional applications on multiple systems. The engineer will analyze the data to find performance issues and the cause of performance issues then create reports based on the analysis. The engineer will work with product development engineers to tune NVIDIA s products for performance. This engineer will also develop, implement and maintain tests and automation tools to run tests so that testing can be run automatically on most systems and the analyst can spend more time analyzing data and creating tests and tools.

  • This Analyst should have a Bachelor s degree or equivalent in a technical or business marketing field.
  • They must have a minimum of 2 years of experience in a technical position that included performance analysis of computer systems.
  • The engineer must have experience using Windows (XP, Vista, 7 and/or 8) and Linux operating systems. Knowledge of Mac Operating Systems is a plus. .
  • This engineer must be familiar with system configurations at low levels including BIOS configurations, setting memory timing, controlling cache latency and overclocking the system.
  • This engineer must have solid experience developing code with Perl. Knowledge of C, C++, OpenGL and Direct X is a plus.
  • This engineer should have knowledge of professional workstation applicaions for CAD, Visual Simulation, Animation and/or Scientific Visualization.
  • This engineer should have knowledge of tools for creating simulated user keyboard and mouse input like AutoIt.
  • This engineer should have experience using database management tools and languages like SQL and MySQL.

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NVIDIA awakened the world to computer graphics when it invented the GPU in 1999. From its roots in visual computing, NVIDIA expanded into...