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Scenarios That Can Change Our Valuation For Nvidia

Nvidia designs and develops GPUs that are used to offload the burden of graphics processing from CPUs. The GPU market is segmented into discrete and integrated GPUs. While the integrated GPU market is dominated by Intel and AMD, the discrete GPU market, where high performance is required, is still dominated [...]
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