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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-29-2019, 10:04 AM
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Wow! Did Defoler just admitted Nvidia cards are overpriced, I guess they really went overboard this time.
I never said they aren't overpriced.
I always said that there will be someone willing to pay, and OCN is living proof of that, and hence the higher price.
Same as why intel has been dragging on releasing higher core count CPUs. They can, and people buy them.
I always said that if you don't like it, vote with your wallet, but don't expect change while people willing to buy. I hadn't bought a new GPU since the 980 TI, nor a new CPU for awhile. I don't need to, and I don't want to pay the higher price for now.


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Nvidia stock down almost 5% from 1/28 as of 1:30 PM EST.
AMD stock down 4% from 1/28 as of 1:30 PM EST.

I expect both stock to drop a bit more when AMD reveals their quarterly results today. Mainly AMD. They were directly impacted from Intel's results, yesterday it was from Nvidia. Today it'll be from their own quarterly results. No one from a market perspective seems to have hope that AMD will pull an upset. AMD not releasing their quarterly results ASAP to stop the hemorrhaging likely means Wall Street's prediction might be right. AMD waiting to until closing is never a good sign and a lack of faith.

Personally I hope AMD stock drops to around 10$ or lower. At this price point I'll definitely buy shares and keep it long term.

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Nvidia stock down almost 5% from 1/28 as of 1:30 PM EST.
AMD stock down 4% from 1/28 as of 1:30 PM EST.

I expect both stock to drop a bit more when AMD reveals their quarterly results today. Mainly AMD. They were directly impacted from Intel's results, yesterday it was from Nvidia. Today it'll be from their own quarterly results. No one from a market perspective seems to have hope that AMD will pull an upset. AMD not releasing their quarterly results ASAP to stop the hemorrhaging likely means Wall Street's prediction might be right. AMD waiting to until closing is never a good sign and a lack of faith.

Personally I hope AMD stock drops to around 10$ or lower. At this price point I'll definitely buy shares and keep it long term.
AMD always waits until closing. Can't recall a time when they haven't done so. And you won't see their stock at $10 anytime soon.
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AMD always waits until closing. Can't recall a time when they haven't done so. And you won't see their stock at $10 anytime soon.
AMD's quarterly results did stop the hemorrhaging. Stock spiked to 21.21 in after hours trading. But it did open at 20.26 on 1/29. 1/25 it closed at 21.93.

Q1 only really has Vega VII. Ryzen 3000 series is expected in late Q2. But more likely Q3. So there's still a chance the stock will drop for the Q1/19 results. But you maybe right it might not drop to $10 for awhile if ever. But I have a feeling AMD's stock will drop below $15 during this quarter. For me at $10 it's a definite buy, at $12 it's enticing.

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What's amazing about this is that he actually told the truth.

I calculated the odds of this succeeding versus the odds I was doing something incredibly stupid... and I went ahead anyway.

If it's not coming out for the PC, it's dead to me.
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Bold for emphasis.


So, people's wallets do actually have a limit? And people want to see if the technology is actually worth it with more than two games? Interesting. Who knew?
So that shows people like Bashaa or jmpboy words regarding RTX / titans pricing have no weight cos the market already prove them otherwise.


Too expensive for a gaming card means too expensive. Period.

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RTX clearly needed to launch a generation later, on 7nm or smaller so they could have enough RT cores to release a product that didn't have to cost over a grand just to get decent (not good, just decent) performance.
You are naive to believe jumping to 7nm can make RTX affordable. in term of cost per transistor going to 7nm the cost saving isnt that great, and is most likely not passed down to customer at all for the first 6 months.


In other words, if you expect RTX performance to be cheaper due to more RT cores pack in for smaller dies, you can forget about it, if it comes with double the RTs, expect to see the cost almost double as compared 12nm, that is because 7nm is US$10000 per wafer, unless NV decide to lower its profit margin significantly to fight the uphill battle for its reputation.

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Trading of shares for employees should be banned altogether anyway, the whole stock market is broken. Employees should be allowed to "collect" shares and get paid from dividends but selling shares they should only be allowed after they leave the company. Right now all they do is insider trade based on knowledge of performance and secret issues only they know about.
QFT ! And I've worked for semi-conductors company bigger than NVidia ! This is the reason I've stopped even considering buying any share for the last 15 years ...

Meantime, back on the GPU market, in another thread (https://www.overclock.net/forum/227-...omparison.html), the graphs have actually demolished my 10+ years old faith with NVidia.

I think my next card is gonna be AMD, for sure. Vega 64 is quite close to 1080ti with Linux and this is good enough for me ...

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