Nvidia recently announced that they are working to meet the growing demand for graphics cards due to the crypto mining explosion, but their priorities will continue to be players.
For Nvidia’s recent crypto-money mining operations, it’s a well-known factor that it can not keep up with the demand for graphics cards. In fact, the demand has so much increased that the already high price of Nvidia’s high-performance graphics cards, especially the GTX 1080 Ti, has risen to the top. According to Nvidia’s CEO Jensen Huang’s investor meeting, the company has recently increased production to meet growing demand.
“We’re working hard to get the GPU to market for the players, we’re doing everything that comes from our hand, but for now we have to catch the most important supply,” Huang explained that despite the fact that the majority of claimants come from crypto miners, they know that this claim is temporary, so they still know that customers are primarily players.
Commenting on the press after the meeting, Colette Kress, the company’s deputy general manager, stated that Nvidia’s main focus is always the player and that the cryptographic money sector is too unbalanced to invest. Company officials generally point out that this sector is temporary, although in the last quarter of 2017 it is known that the cryptographic sector has had a significant impact in boosting sales.
Obviously, Nvidia’s main sources of funds have always been customers who have set up player or player systems. Although crypto-currencies are the currency of the future, there is a different form or method of crypto-money mining every day. Although Nvidia is now stepping up production and increasing production, it is clear that the company’s main goal is to make the graphics processors it produces more accessible to players, according to the announcements. What are you thinking?