At Morel Restaurant at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, where the hotel is CES 2019, Nvidia Jensen Huang's Headquarters hosted a clear news conference. There he was consulted about it Radeon VII, editors AMD everyday which are being launched today, and it was very hard: "Performance is terrible, sad and there is nothing new or equal to our 1080, which is available all over the world for some time now. "
"It's a 7mm team with VH, and if you go on DLSS o Distribution everything is falling It's an awesome news, indeed. & Maybe they were going to Think about it today in the morning, just!"He said, and the laughter started. While speaking, AMD presented his new process to the presence of Chief Executive Lisa Su.
Consideration to AMD. Nvidia makes video cards that are largely consumed by PC gamers or laptop computers.
Nvidia makes video cards that are largely consumed by PC gamers or laptop computers. But its microprocessors (GPUs, graphics editors) are used in different sectors of the industry, from the development of space technology to their cryptocurrency mining.
The question was asked by a Tech Radar journalist, following Jensen's review of the last Sunday's presentation, where Nvidia introduced the new Geforce RTX 2060 cards. They would be an intermediate range by 2080 and 2080 You are in Argentina They are expensive.
Clarin He asked him, on the other hand, for the high prices of video cards. Huang did not reply: "Honestly, not what we are thinking about; there, I understand that it needs to be done with macro-economic issues but we do not; Think about those things, "he replied actively.
2060 will go to its & # 39; around $ 350 and are cheaper if you think 2080 can cost $ 1,000.
"I understand that why you buy everything in installments, or travel to other countries to bring in technology and these increase levels very high. But for being honest, we do not include it"He also added.
He was also consulted Intel, Who is out of a market with unique video cards. "I do not know what the graphics team is at Intel, but we're working a lot more collaboratively than competing," he explained.