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Nvidia’s grip on the GPU market continues to strengthen as it reported its excellent quarterly and full year revenues compared to last year. CEO Jensen Huang told analysts in an earnings call on Thursday that the results were “a record quarter wrapping up a record year”. Huang also spewed his usual monologue on the wonders of …

  1. Field Commander A9

    Yet GPU prices are still rocketing

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      GPU makers have been Borg'ed by BitCoin.

      It'll all end in tears [and gnashing of teeth].

      1. Brangdon

        Re: GPU makers have been Borg'ed by BitCoin

        Bitcoin isn't spelt like that, and doesn't use GPUs.

  2. thosrtanner

    This is what I love about the stock market: Huge increase in revenue and turnover. Price drops.

    If they were scrabbling to make a penny and had bought in Marissa, the price would have rocketed.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      If they..

      had changed their name to "nvidia blockchain" it would have tripled, no matter what income they had.

  3. Nimby

    Huang looks a little board.

    As someone who would love to be able to afford upgrading his GPU some time in the near future, I was rather hoping that criminalcurrency growth was "significantly down", not “approximately flat”. Bummer. Guess it'll be a while yet then.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Huang looks a little board.

      Some ASIC "resistant" currencies are becoming popular, so they're likely propping sales up. They also perform better on CUDA than Bitcoin and Ethereum, which favoured AMD architecture.

  4. Mikel

    Still hard to get a decent GPU

    Supply is constrained so either AMD and nVidia aren't charging enough or they're not building enough, or both.

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