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    Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    When the live stream starts a treasure hunt with four free GeForce RTX 3090s begins.
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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    'Let's invent the future together'

    OK in the future bots & scalping are no longer a thing and anyone can buy a graphics card at retail price or below when they want too.

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyflier View Post
    OK in the future bots & scalping are no longer a thing and anyone can buy a graphics card at retail price or below when they want too.
    You're livin' in the past, man. Quit livin' in the past!

    Bot wars are the future and Python is the weapon of choice.

    Unfortunately, I know BASIC and spend my time wondering why everyone gets obsessed with opening brackets and closing them immediately. Is it supposed to be an egg? Does the Python like eggs?

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    Treasure Hunt !! Any GPU is rarer then a chest full of treasure at the moment. What a joke!

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Skyflier View Post
    OK in the future bots & scalping are no longer a thing and anyone can buy a graphics card at retail price or below when they want too.
    You're livin' in the past, man. Quit livin' in the past!

    Bot wars are the future and Python is the weapon of choice.

    Unfortunately, I know BASIC and spend my time wondering why everyone gets obsessed with opening brackets and closing them immediately. Is it supposed to be an egg? Does the Python like eggs?
    Lol, If i've got to learn Python to buy a GPU now i might just stay in the past.

    Maybe the Python lays the eggs, it is a reptile after all?

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    would most likely sell it if I win and buy 2x 6900XT instead.

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    Interesting new server CPU. Seems to be focused on getting data to GPUs rather than massively powerful itself (well it is still ARM based).

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    LOL. Jensen can't count. "Jarvis supports five languages" [proceeds to list six]

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    Re: Watch the Nvidia GTC Keynote at 4.30pm UK time (8:30am PT)

    They lost me at "Twitter".

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