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I can't get a feeling about this honestly

Greedy investors sueing a greedy company

I just see greedy stuff, hope everyone will be unhappy and that's it

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If people would put their foot down and not give in to the high priced gpu's we wouldn't have this issue.

I drew the line at the 2080ti and I myself was waiting to upgrade from the 1080ti. Saw that price tag and said let me get a ips 1080p 144hz monitor instead. It's a downgrade from 1440p but the high frames with ips colors makes it okay until AMD drops something reasonable with 2080ti perfomance.
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NV just hit 2x their COVID low.

they're doing just fine.

i won't be surprised if they're valued = to samsung in ~5-10 years.

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NV just hit 2x their COVID low.

they're doing just fine.
Not fine enough for these investors, apparently.

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NV just hit 2x their COVID low.

they're doing just fine.

i won't be surprised if they're valued = to samsung in ~5-10 years.
Nvidia is a tiny company compared to Samsung. Nvidia would have to significantly diversify their portfolio of products in order to get even close.



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Samsung is very bloated and not particularly agile, I don't think their size and diversity is entirely a value add. Not all those business units make money and/or have a lot of future growth potential.

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Yup... GTX 680 AIB 4GB card was $499 with a $50 mail in rebate. The 780ti was $699 and the OG Titan was $1000 and it was laughed at as no one would buy it. 660ti was $229-250, 670 was $350. I guess history proved that wrong. In 6-7 years the price of most cards has more than doubled and in some cases nearly trippled.
Intel is following a similar path, their most popular cpus at retail were the ~$200 cpus that could be overclocked like the q6600 and i5 750 / 2500k.. now unlocked i5's cost almost what i7's used to, and most z series mobo's required for overclocking or just using xmp above rated speed are crazy expensive compared to 5yrs ago.

There's a reason the R5 3600 and B series motherboards are so popular.

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I personally think nividia stock is over valued but only by a bit.
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Nvidia is a tiny company compared to Samsung. Nvidia would have to significantly diversify their portfolio of products in order to get even close.
ok, maybe 15-20 years.

its coming though. They keep adding to the stack, and will eventually just outright be vending weapons too.

Can't you imagine LJM hustling AI SAM sites n stuff? I sure can.

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Samsung is very bloated and not particularly agile, I don't think their size and diversity is entirely a value add. Not all those business units make money and/or have a lot of future growth potential.
Samsung Electronics is by far their biggest profit earner.

However, when talking about Samsung it is still important to distinguish between Samsung Electronics (which is huge in its own right) and Samsung the conglomerate which also includes entities like Samsung Heavy Industries SHI (one of the biggest ship builders in the world), Samsung Engineering (a multinational construction company), Samsung C&T (fashion, food, housing, leisure, and bio businesses) and Samsung Life (Global Fortune 500 insurance company). Most of which also make money. SHI not so much but mainly due to construction delay penalties messing up there bottom line.

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