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    Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    The CEO's digital-only keynote speech had already been deferred.
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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    In other words...We have nothing to show you, because our new products aren't ready yet.
    Wait another 6 months to a year.
    There is absolutely nothing to stop Nvidia fron releasing on-line details - Or supplying outlets with the new products to test.

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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    They may have been taken a back by recent revelations regarding AMD'S upcoming GPU's?

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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    They probably figured they can take this opportunity to squeeze a bit more profit out of their current products before launching 3000 series.
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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoyoyo69 View Post
    They may have been taken a back by recent revelations regarding AMD'S upcoming GPU's?
    Makes sense.

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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    Or perhaps factory shutdowns in China mean there aren't the stocks of cards needed for anything more than the thinnest of paper launches at the time they were expecting to launch.

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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    I'm hoping this is Nvidia waiting on AMD to release theirs so the prices all drop to more reasonable prices (we can all hope right...) but somehow I see this more likely as an Nvidia cashgrab or them basically using the current situation as a way to 'hide delays' without losing share value etc....

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    Re: Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

    Well AMD has set the standards for next generation of games with PS5 and XBOX... they show they can easely hit the numbers too and put it into a tiny box without it having to explode or just be another space heater... uh... am very curious about the next steps from either company, and to see which one will get my money for the next purchase, when I am goign to build another HEDT system next year.

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