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[Nvidia]NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for Second Quarter Fiscal 2020

https://nvidianews.nvidia.com/news/n...er-fiscal-2020
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NVIDIA will pay its next quarterly cash dividend of $0.16 per share on September 20, 2019, to all shareholders of record on August 29, 2019. The first priority for the company’s cash balance is the purchase of Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. The company will return to repurchasing its stock after the close of the Mellanox acquisition.
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Over the last couple of years, NVIDIA has diversified its portfolio, but even so, Gaming continues to be the largest revenue generator at NVIDIA, and by a wide margin. Despite gaming revenue dropping nearly $500 million from a year ago, gaming still accounts for over 50% of NVIDIA’s total revenue. For Q2, gaming brought in $1.313 billion, down from $1.805 billion a year ago.

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Are they just calling all Geforce sales "gaming"? Aren't there a lot of scientific/engineering/professional uses that Turing excels at beyond Pascal, Vega, and Navi which are probably driving that?

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Quote: Originally Posted by m4fox90 View Post
Are they just calling all Geforce sales "gaming"? Aren't there a lot of scientific/engineering/professional uses that Turing excels at beyond Pascal, Vega, and Navi which are probably driving that?
That's correct, we have no clue the actual percentages of gaming sales since Fermi was released and changed how GeForced cards were used.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
People have given in and bought RTX.
what part of losing a half billion dollars made you think that?

Remember the golden rule of statistics: A personal sample size of one is a sufficient basis upon which to draw universal conclusions.
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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
what part of losing a half billion dollars made you think that?
They gained from last quarter. You would think with RTX prices still high they would not sell that much 6 months after launch but they did.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
They gained from last quarter. You would think with RTX prices still high they would not sell that much 6 months after launch but they did.
ONE quarter? ok, though the previous were historically lower due to "crypto hangover" so the bar is really low.

and nvidia doesn't cut prices ever, unless they are releasing a new gen. maybe if they refresh anything but no guarantees; aside from twice in the last ten years (680/770 - 780ti), there's really no history.

so i wouldn't think they would drop prices until a new gen.

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Just imagine of there had been any real form of competition in the last six months, Nvidia would have nearly gone bankrupt.

Thank goodness this is about to become a three horse race.
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Just imagine of there had been any real form of competition in the last six months, Nvidia would have nearly gone bankrupt.

Thank goodness this is about to become a three horse race.
Yea really. AMD seems to be content to focus most of its efforts on its strengths and right now thats CPUs. With how little AMD has brought to the table for GPUs, Intel entering the market could be a real blessing if they get it right.

I don't think gamers are embracing RTX much. I know a lot of PC gamers and not one has a 2000 series card or has even mentioned a desire to get one with the current prices. If anything, there is still a pretty resounding loathing towards Nvidia now just because of RTX. Offering too little for too high a price made it clear to gamers that Nvidia is more interested in short term invertor pleasing gains rather than long term customer satisfaction. When you have no competition you don't need to worry much about customer satisfaction but long time satisfied customers tend to be pretty loyal. Right now Nvidia has primed the market for a huge market shift to anyone that can offer anything better than what Nvidia offers because there is no customer loyalty or satisfaction to help support them anymore.

Nvidia would be wise to do something to regain some good will from gamers before they're not the only option or they may find themselves facing lot more losses than simply the number would suggest because PC gamers can definitely hold a grudge against a big company for being so greedy.

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Yea really. AMD seems to be content to focus most of its efforts on its strengths and right now thats CPUs. With how little AMD has brought to the table for GPUs, Intel entering the market could be a real blessing if they get it right.

I don't think gamers are embracing RTX much. I know a lot of PC gamers and not one has a 2000 series card or has even mentioned a desire to get one with the current prices. If anything, there is still a pretty resounding loathing towards Nvidia now just because of RTX. Offering too little for too high a price made it clear to gamers that Nvidia is more interested in short term invertor pleasing gains rather than long term customer satisfaction. When you have no competition you don't need to worry much about customer satisfaction but long time satisfied customers tend to be pretty loyal. Right now Nvidia has primed the market for a huge market shift to anyone that can offer anything better than what Nvidia offers because there is no customer loyalty or satisfaction to help support them anymore.

Nvidia would be wise to do something to regain some good will from gamers before they're not the only option or they may find themselves facing lot more losses than simply the number would suggest because PC gamers can definitely hold a grudge against a big company for being so greedy.

Navi10 is good,people just waiting for custom cards, which have just released. Navi20 will make current RTX useless. Asseto Corsa just dumped RTX support. https://www.techpowerup.com/258340/a...mps-nvidia-rtx

"Our priority is to improve, optimize, and evolve all aspects of ACC. If after our long list of priorities the level of optimization of the title, and the maturity of the technology, permits a full blown implementation of RTX, we will gladly explore the possibility, but as of now there is no reason to steal development resources and time for a very low frame rate implementation," said the developer, in response to a question about NVIDIA RTX support at launch. This is significant, as Assetto Corsa Competizione was one of the posterboys of RTX, and featured in the very first list by NVIDIA, of RTX-ready games under development.

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