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    Nvidia schedules GTC 2021 for 12th to 16th April

    Promises to share breakthroughs in AI, game development, data centre, and more.
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    Re: Nvidia schedules GTC 2021 for 12th to 16th April

    I guess they will focus on AI ?

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    Re: Nvidia schedules GTC 2021 for 12th to 16th April

    AI, share some self congratulatory rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish about Geforce Now being the old real streaming platform, boast about sales of cards with a bad graph, launch a new Quatro/Tesla/Non-Game GPU, maybe some new broadcast stuff.

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    Re: Nvidia schedules GTC 2021 for 12th to 16th April

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue000 View Post
    AI, share some self congratulatory rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish about Geforce Now being the old real streaming platform, boast about sales of cards with a bad graph, launch a new Quatro/Tesla/Non-Game GPU, maybe some new broadcast stuff.
    Their AI presentation will be explaining how they used their AI to set up a network of self-learning shopping bots to buy all 3000 series as soon as they go online, and then scalp sell on ebay for double profit, thereby making Jensen the money he wanted to sell them for in the first place.

    His performance graph will be "how much we can mug people to spend vs how little production we can BS away due to covid and shortages" with overlaid tide lines of card (un)real market value and Nvidia turnover.

    And the new GPU will be the relaunched 1050 on 14nm and what? 2GB GDDR5 VRAM. "An affordable solution for workstations and enterprise and budget machines".

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