NVIDIA announces May 23 Computex 2022 Keynote, the company will present ‘the latest products for gamers’

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The keynote airs tonight at 20:00 PDT/23:00 EDT



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NVIDIA today announced it will hold a keynote on Computex 2022.

The company’s keynote will include 6 speakers, which suggests a number of topics will be covered. However, gamers should take notice that Jeff Fisher, who is the Senior VP for GeForce at NVIDIA, will also take part.

Jeff appeared at CES 2022 conference, where he announced NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card. It took many weeks for the card to come out, but Mr. Fisher always has something interesting to say about new GeForce products.

The keynote description mentions that NVIDIA will “present how AI is powering the enterprise data center and the latest products and technologies for gamers and creators“. The second part of this sentence may not necessarily mean NEW products, though.

It is also worth reminding that AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su will also hold a keynote on the same day. AMD is expected to reveal its plans for next-gen Ryzen series and hopefully for RDNA3 architecture, but no new products should be unveiled just yet.

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The 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti were both announced at Computex 2021.
 
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Will present how AI is powering the latest product does not seem like perfectly == present a new product
 

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Computex never unveils gaming products but they will probably show us a picture of the outline of the new shroud of a 4080 or some garbage as a teaser.
 

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I’d expect something to do with AI character generation or their long delayed launch of PhysX 5.0. That was supposed to come out last year but like everything got delayed because of COVID, or so they claim*.

So Gaming adjacent?? Pair that in with some toit new Unreal 5 demo and watch the leather jackets hit the floor.

*Really easy to blame any setback on COVID and leave no room for argument, factual or not.
 

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These guys pretend to be my friends at Nvidia until the Scalpers buy all the GPUs.
With Crypto crashing all around GPU prices are falling pretty hard. Scalpers shouldn’t be too much of an issue this time around. Unless of course the various coins make a rebound then we’re back to square one.
 
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With Crypto crashing all around GPU prices are falling pretty hard. Scalpers shouldn’t be too much of an issue this time around. Unless of course the various coins make a rebound then we’re back to square one.
I expect an initial round of scalping, but I agree, 3 months in pricing should, hopefully, be reasonable. Whatever the fuck that means
 

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They will 100% be scalped on release. It all depends how much stock there will be earlier on. I can see the lines already forming at MC.
On bestbuy.com you still cannot buy a RTX 3080 under $900 USD, $1250 for an 3080 TI

What MSRP would be needed for much better card to not be scalped on launch ?

Outside a total an sudden shift, on a 2022 release I cannot imagine them not being sold out and scalped on launch, it is still impossible to buy online a PS5 or an XBox-X
 

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On bestbuy.com you still cannot buy a RTX 3080 under $900 USD, $1250 for an 3080 TI

What MSRP would be needed for much better card to not be scalped on launch ?

Outside a total an sudden shift, on a 2022 release I cannot imagine them not being sold out and scalped on launch, it is still impossible to buy online a PS5 or an XBox-X
If you believe that then you haven't been paying attention the past couple months.
 

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If you believe that then you haven't been paying attention the past couple months.
What MSRP do you think will be needed for a new 4080 to not be sold out and scalped on launch ?

Do you really believe that day 2 of the launch, I will be able to find a 4080 on amazon at regular price an simply buy it with a click ?
 

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What MSRP do you think will be needed for a new 4080 to not be sold out and scalped on launch ?

Do you really believe that day 2 of the launch, I will be able to find a 4080 on amazon at regular price an simply buy it with a click ?

Honestly? Very high. These GPUs are always limited in stock at launch, typically takes a few weeks. I think most of the day one people are those with lots of money.
 

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I expect an initial round of scalping, but I agree, 3 months in pricing should, hopefully, be reasonable. Whatever the fuck that means
Most estimations regarding chip shortages and the like expect next year to be the year in which the shortage will catch up with demand (i'll believe it when I see it). So if you are looking for a 4xxx card this year I suspect it'll be hard to find, but next year will probably be easier. I suspect there may be still quite a few people who either skipped on the 3xxx series either because they weren't available or because they'd rather wait than watch Discord and Twitter all day obsessively for weeks-on-end to snag a card during the height of COVID.
 

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Computex never unveils gaming products but they will probably show us a picture of the outline of the new shroud of a 4080 or some garbage as a teaser.
AMD launched the 480 there.
 

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Well someone needs to care @ Nvidia otherwise the drivers would suck and every game would burn holes in your eyes. I'm sure some if the staff views the bottom line where others do actually care. It's like any job.
 
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With Crypto crashing all around GPU prices are falling pretty hard. Scalpers shouldn’t be too much of an issue this time around. Unless of course the various coins make a rebound then we’re back to square one.
Biggest issue is the looming ethereum proof of stake change which is going to prevent speculative investments in hardware. Sure, other coins can be mined with GPUs but etherum is the VAST majority of it, and if 20% of the ethereum computing power were to move to other cryptos it could dramatically decrease their profitability because of increases in difficulty.
 

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Well someone needs to care @ Nvidia otherwise the drivers would suck and every game would burn holes in your eyes. I'm sure some if the staff views the bottom line where others do actually care. It's like any job.
That nuance seems quite mute, caring about the bottom line is caring to deliver a product people want to buy.
 

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That nuance seems quite mute, caring about the bottom line is caring to deliver a product people want to buy.
Exactly, that is sort of the whole point when people having to voluntarily purchase your product. You get people to do that by providing a product people want to purchase which is done by making it good.
 

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Exactly, that is sort of the whole point when people having to voluntarily purchase your product. You get people to do that by providing a product people want to purchase which is done by making it good maximizes profits for the shareholders.
Fixed it for you. Corporations exist for one purpose only. To make money for the shareholders. Minimizing costs is an important aspect of maximizing profits. Companies can and will cut corners whenever possible and the the product only has to sell well enough to meet expectations.
 

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Biggest issue is the looming ethereum proof of stake change which is going to prevent speculative investments in hardware. Sure, other coins can be mined with GPUs but etherum is the VAST majority of it, and if 20% of the ethereum computing power were to move to other cryptos it could dramatically decrease their profitability because of increases in difficulty.

Actually, that’s the second biggest issue. The biggest issue is that central banks have stopped shooting money out of fire hoses which has made most people a lot less likely to allocate real money to shitcoins, and that’s putting pressure on the entire crypto market. There are a lot of interesting crypto projects out there, but the bottom line is that it was born in a QE environment, and it’s responding to QE tightening in line with speculative tech stocks. People are fine swinging for the fences with speculative money when they know more cash is going to be thrown at them anyway. They are less likely to do so when cash becomes more scarce and they’re not going to simply have more money thrown at them if another one of their speculative investments goes bust. Lower subsequent crypto demand will lower GPU mining demand in turn.
 

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Is this the 3080/3070/3090 Tie guy?

I want to see Jensen pull a 4090 out of his oven again.
It’s gonna be a step better, it’s going to be a real time Ray Traced AI powered render of Jensen pulling a 4090 out of his completely virtual kitchen to some epic score composed and performed by another AI. And that’s going to be the end note gotcha.
 

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It’s gonna be a step better, it’s going to be a real time Ray Traced AI powered render of Jensen pulling a 4090 out of his completely virtual kitchen to some epic score composed and performed by another AI. And that’s going to be the end note gotcha.

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