After watching the notable launch of the Nvidia (NVDA) second-gen RTX GPU, I looked forward to an article on Seeking Alpha illustrating the importance of this event for Nvidia and its stock. Instead, the most recent article takes a pro-AMD (AMD) narrative. Although I am a fan of AMD, I still view this launch as extremely fast for Nvidia and want to present a counterpoint to readers – that this is good news for NVDA investors primarily.
This article is primarily about NVIDIA, but I should not dismiss AMD while writing. AMD is a legitimate competitor of Nvidia and should not be dismissed. Most of the Nvidia competitors are in the business of mimicking Nvidia’s technological advancements, selling more later. AMD, by contrast, closely resembles Nvidia in its R&D department, as it attempts novel designs, taking risks in the market. AMD is not a lagger nor a copier and is a strong company on its own – well worth an investment.
Positioned for Riding the Wave
In this way, we discuss (some) vacuum in vacuum. It is a company that has not only been at the forefront of GPU technology for decades, but is one of the few entertainment companies to move away from passive entertainment (eg, film) and to a significant change in the entertainment industry in the growing field of product Posted for. Video game. It is a 25% growth industry over the next three years.
In the launch video for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 30 Series, CEO Jensen Huang himself admitted that the company is riding the wave of this market: “It is gamers and their incomparable demand that is the driving force of the GPU.” The company is clearly aware of end-users issues with modern gaming and is positioning its products to solve these problems where competitors have no solutions. A problem dealing with the problem is discussed in five minutes of the video (see below).
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series | Official launch event [4K]
Latency. This is a huge issue for online gaming, especially in esports, in the gaming sector by 75% of Nvidia’s gaming base, according to Huang. Pushing latency from asymmetry to zero will not only solve a major issue in competitive fields, but it will also make overall gaming easier for any online players.
Delayed problem almost solved
This is what Nvidia claims to offer with its latest GPU. But latency reduction via GPU alone is impossible. A common misconception is that a better GPU produces only a smoother gaming experience. This is not true, as lag can occur anywhere from your mouse movement to your monitor display. If Nvidia were focused on making only the highest quality GPUs, they could do so, blaming the mouse and monitor (and every component in between) for sub-gaming gaming experiences.
This is why it is heartening to hear that Nvidia is working with manufacturers of other computer components in this effort. Clearly, they have the end-user in mind. This can very easily lead to a situation in which gaming mouse companies, monitor companies, and even CPU companies start recommending Nvidia GPUs for the best experience; Nvidia, by improving the overall experience through all components, receives free marketing from all other big boys in PC gaming.
Nvidia claims that its new GPU can reduce latency by about 10ms. This is a massive improvement on most systems. If you can’t make the difference between 100ms (30-100ms latency in most modern systems, according to Huang) to 10ms, then check the 1min mark in the video below – and now apply that idea to gaming (publication Date ignored; point; is a visceral presentation of latitudes).
Applied Sciences Group: High Performance Touch
Nvidia Reflex: A-Must-Have
The new Nvidia reflex mode helps all systems reduce latency. Reflex is the first of its kind and can easily become an essential part of any online gamer’s system. Essentially, Reflex enhances communication between the GPU and CPU to reduce latency by up to 50%.
But more interesting to me (as a gamer), Reflex has tweaking capabilities. With Reflex, you can see the latency of each component of your system. Prior to the reflex, gamers could not easily know the latency of each component (eg, mouse). Now, with reflexes, latency can be automatically detected and tweaked via overclocking through the GPU.
More on the reflex below.
What is NVIDIA Reflex
The RTX 30 Series outperforms the 2080 TI, which is currently the best GPU on the market, and is set to sell at a lower price. I am probably giving Nvidia with my money, even if I got 2080 Tiwari six months ago. The upgrade is just that worth it.
Conclusion: Nvidia is a different race
To say that the new GPU release from Nvidia is impressive. It just raised the bar for all GPU competitors and essentially just made their own market leaders obsolete. Perhaps this is not a smart business move from a traditional business point of view, but from another point of view, the RTX 30 series (faster, more power-efficient, and cheaper than the market leader, which is also an Nvidia product) ‘S release shows that the company is primarily focused on a passion for GPU technology and pushing the market forward, more than just selling products.
I believe the RTX 30 is a major change in the gaming market. Nvidia was already ahead of AMD before the announcement of the RTX 30 in terms of pure GPU power, and therefore the change in the AMD / Nvidia paradigm is not a lie. Instead, the change is one in the PC-versus-console battle, with the RTX 30 having the GPUs of the upcoming Sony (SNE) and Microsoft (MSFT) consoles blown up; I do not believe that the release date for the RTX 30 GPU has been set a few months before the release dates for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
I say go long NVDA, but cautiously. As I mentioned in previous articles, Tech is overwhelmed to the tune of the dot-com bubble. NVDA may fall before it falls, but I wouldn’t worry too much about the price at this point – NVDA will be more expensive in the near / mid-term than it is now.
If NVDA is submerged to a decent extent, then you’ve got a good buy-in point. Before the earnings report that included the RTX30, you got a good buy-in point. Before the PC / console sales figures post-PS5 / Xbox release, you’ve got a good buy-in point.
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