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    Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Gaming and Data Centre lead the charge, up 67 and 97 per cent YoY, respectively.
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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    From miners....

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Nvidia margins are up,so they are probably benefiting from the higher prices in some way(even if costs are increased too).


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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by Andi-C View Post
    From miners....
    Looks like data centre growth mainly.

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Looks like data centre growth mainly.
    They are correct - look at Q4 2020,or even quarter to quarter. Gaming is the biggest absolute increase in both cases.


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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Looks like data centre growth mainly.
    Wouldn't racks of GPUs in an old warehouse count as a data centre?

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    They are correct - look at Q4 2020,or even quarter to quarter. Gaming is the biggest absolute increase in both cases.
    In absolute terms 'gaming' just about beats 'data centre' growth over the year, but I don't think the entire year's growth in gaming can be attributed to miners.

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Wouldn't racks of GPUs in an old warehouse count as a data centre?
    heh, maybe

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    What a waste. So these guys spend millions of $ developing RT and Tensor cores only for that part of the core stay idle doing nothing in a crypto farm somewhere in China/USA. AMD and Nvidia should simply fire software engineers, quit and focus on miners while the PC industry looks for someone else less greedy.

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    In absolute terms 'gaming' just about beats 'data centre' growth over the year, but I don't think the entire year's growth in gaming can be attributed to miners.
    In the last six months there has been an $800 million increase in gaming sales,and a $150 million increase in date centre. Most of the data centre increase happened around 6~12 months ago which makes sense as companies started improving their infrastructure as more people started working from home,and need for certain services skyrocketed.

    Mining has shot up in the last 4 months or so,and gamers have hardly been able to get many of the new GPUs from launch either. We also knew miners were hoarding cards during the new launches too!


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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    What a waste. So these guys spend millions of $ developing RT and Tensor cores only for that part of the core stay idle doing nothing in a crypto farm somewhere in China/USA. AMD and Nvidia should simply fire software engineers, quit and focus on miners while the PC industry looks for someone else less greedy.
    I'm guessing with the new 3060 cards, those Tensor cores will be monitoring usage patterns to work out if the card is mining.

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Looks like data centre growth mainly.
    Probably the only places that can justify the cost, also would a mining farm count as a data centre? (it seems like it would but IDK)

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    They love Bitcoin miners....

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    Re: Nvidia rakes in record US$5.0bn quarterly revenue

    gaming cash cow never been so good. nvidia in my books is on the same level as ubisoft, ea and CDPR

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