News Nvidia Estimates $100-$300 Million in Q4 Revenue from Miners

Jim90

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Looking through the smokescreen bullcrap, deliberately selling direct to miners - and (clearly) 'encouraging' AIB's to do the same - is certainly profitable...isn't it Ngreedia?
Let's hope every affected non-mining consumer takes note - and takes their business elsewhere when 'stocks' improve!
 
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To my mind, It does not make sound business sense .to upset and alienate a very large sector of your buying market .For the sake of a quick buck from miners.
the gaming and data sales are your bread and butter. keep them happy ,they will keep coming back. Upset them they have long memories.
Nvidia need to start selling directly to the public, with a presence from Asus Gigabyte etc etc .A combined shop as it were. (obviously 1 per customer :) )
Nvidia should be viewing this as a PR disaster.
we need more stiff competition in the Gpu market .at the moment its a 2 horse race
 
Looking through the smokescreen bullcrap, deliberately selling direct to miners - and (clearly) 'encouraging' AIB's to do the same - is certainly profitable...isn't it Ngreedia?
Let's hope every affected non-mining consumer takes note - and takes their business elsewhere when 'stocks' improve!
Take business where? AMD are no better or worse, they just have smaller market share.
 

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This is a perfect time for Intel to mass produce their new video card and get some business
If it can make a meaningful amount of chips.

Intel has been slow ramping up 10nm and 7nm got delayed by a couple of months at the very least, could be a long time before Intel catches up with demand if it ever manages to do so. We're a solid three years into Intel deploying 10nm and Intel still doesn't have enough 10nm volume to shift the desktop CPU market over at least until the end of year, slowest transition to a new process in Intel's history by multiple years.
 

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If it can make a meaningful amount of chips.

Intel has been slow ramping up 10nm and 7nm got delayed by a couple of months at the very least, could be a long time before Intel catches up with demand if it ever manages to do so. We're a solid three years into Intel deploying 10nm and Intel still doesn't have enough 10nm volume to shift the desktop CPU market over at least until the end of year, slowest transition to a new process in Intel's history by multiple years.
Even worse, isn't TSMC supposed to be producing Intel GPU's on their 7nm? I wouldn't expect any massive volume for Intel GPU's if they're sharing the same fabs that everyone else can't get enough capacity from.
 

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Intel has been slow ramping up 10nm and 7nm got delayed by a couple of months at the very least, could be a long time before Intel catches up with demand if it ever manages to do so. We're a solid three years into Intel deploying 10nm and Intel still doesn't have enough 10nm volume to shift the desktop CPU market over at least until the end of year, slowest transition to a new process in Intel's history by multiple years.
More like slowest transition in their history.
 
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Oh sure Nvidia is going to sell 5 billion dollars to gamers, BS! HOW? With what nonexistent cards? And the cmp mining cards are stupid. The equivalent Rtx 3000 card is better and they can resell it easier so why would miners buy the cmp bullcrap? Ugh I just want a decent video card!
 

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