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    Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    CEO says demand for the newest GeForce RTX 30 GPUs has been "overwhelming".
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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    Gaming division aka cash cow division

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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    In our supply chain, stronger demand globally has limited the availability of capacity and components.
    So they didn't book enough capacity with Samsung, either that or the yields on the 8nm are atrocious, hence the rumoured switch to TSMC 7nm next year.

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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    So they didn't book enough capacity with Samsung, either that or the yields on the 8nm are atrocious, hence the rumoured switch to TSMC 7nm next year.
    AMD aren't exactly smashing supply on TSMC 7nm either.

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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    Nvidia released its latest set of financials for investors to ponder over. Yesterday evening, after the closing bell.

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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    AMD aren't exactly smashing supply on TSMC 7nm either.
    To be a little bit fairer to AMD though, they're juggling Xbox, PS5, Ryzen, Threadripper, EPYC, Radeon supply (etc.). Guess it depends on how they allocated that supply. Nvidia? Hmmm, not quite comparable, even though they do more than just gaming graphics cards. There is more to this than they're saying.

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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    To be a little bit fairer to AMD though, they're juggling Xbox, PS5, Ryzen, Threadripper, EPYC, Radeon supply (etc.). Guess it depends on how they allocated that supply. Nvidia? Hmmm, not quite comparable, even though they do more than just gaming graphics cards. There is more to this than they're saying.
    They're not exactly known for transparency, but as long as their stock and profits are high nobody seems to care.

    As for TSMC wafer capacity: Sony and Microsoft must have pretty good contracts as at this stage with so high demand just about everything AMD makes has a higher far margin than the console.

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    Re: Nvidia revenues up nearly 60 per cent on strong Gaming and AI

    Quote Originally Posted by kompukare View Post
    They're not exactly known for transparency, but as long as their stock and profits are high nobody seems to care.
    That's primarily down to analyst ratings and price targets, which will generally price in the short term supply issues. Nvidia will have to sort out the constrained supply at some point.

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