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What a bunch of BS.

ARM has been already competing with X86 and several other CPU ISAs out there and still came out on top for mobile; it's not like Intel didn't put money behind their Atom assault a few years back. This is just saying "we want to shower the current owners of ARM with loads of cash, but you aren't allowing us and they want the money badly". Well, no kidding! Like they actually care about ARM as a Company anymore. It's clear nVidia just wants ARM and it is now giving BS reasons to sway people from the cold hard truth: they'll use the assets to strongARM people around even more.

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We should believe the "good intentions" of a company with a record breaking number of scummy practices over the years, another one done again just today actually, with their anti-consumer way of releasing the 3080 12GB... yeah, right, sure... :rolleyes:
 

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What a bunch of BS.

ARM has been already competing with X86 and several other CPU ISAs out there and still came out on top for mobile; it's not like Intel didn't put money behind their Atom assault a few years back. This is just saying "we want to shower the current owners of ARM with loads of cash, but you aren't allowing us and they want the money badly". Well, no kidding! Like they actually care about ARM as a Company anymore. It's clear nVidia just wants ARM and it is now giving BS reasons to sway people from the cold hard truth: they'll use the assets to strongARM people around even more.

Regards.
what nvidia want is for ARM to attack the server segment more aggressively. yeah people don't like nvidia but nvidia logic on pumping R&D into ARM so they can "compete" better with x86 is a valid point. because that is what nvidia has been doing for years. we saw so many advancement on nvidia professional side because that segment are being "pumped" with the money they get from selling gaming GPU. all their professional effort will not where it is now if they rely solely on the revenue they got from selling their professional solution only. why did you think intel making another try at GPU market? that's because intel are very aware where nvidia get their money so they want to disrupt that. people are worried about increased priced or nvidia holding back some tech if they got ARM for themselves. but nvidia are far more sinister than just doing that kind of thing.

also ARM still on top for mobile because they had others that help them to defend that position. and ironically that help come from one company that strong arm majority of the customer in the mobile segment to use their solution.
 

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