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A Very Smart Reason to Buy an Nvidia GPU

Title: A Timely Advantage: Why Nvidia GPUs Shine in Today's Tech Landscape

In the rapidly evolving world of technology, the choice of hardware can significantly impact one's digital experience. Among the leading contenders, Nvidia GPUs stand out, offering a unique advantage in today's tech landscape.

Recent developments, such as the surge in remote work and learning, have accentuated the need for powerful and efficient computing solutions. Nvidia GPUs, renowned for their performance and versatility, are increasingly becoming a smart choice for those seeking to optimize their home offices or learning spaces.

One of the key reasons for this is the superior graphics rendering capabilities of Nvidia GPUs. Whether you're a graphic designer, a gamer, or a casual user, the ability to handle complex visual tasks smoothly is crucial. Nvidia GPUs excel in this area, ensuring a seamless and immersive visual experience.

Moreover, Nvidia GPUs are not just limited to graphics. They are also at the forefront of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies. With the increasing integration of AI in various aspects of life, from smart homes to autonomous vehicles, having a GPU that can handle AI tasks efficiently is a significant advantage.

In the current context, where remote work and learning are becoming the norm, Nvidia GPUs offer a timely advantage. They enable smooth video conferencing, efficient multitasking, and the ability to run resource-intensive applications without compromising performance.

In conclusion, the relevance of Nvidia GPUs in today's tech landscape is undeniable. Whether you're a professional seeking to optimize your work setup, a student requiring a reliable learning tool, or a tech enthusiast looking to future-proof your setup, an Nvidia GPU is a smart investment. Its superior graphics rendering capabilities, versatility, and AI/ML prowess make it an invaluable asset in the modern digital world.

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  • Can you please guide me with GPU and CPU taking Machine Learning in mind

  • AMD is easier to work with on linux rather than nvidia

  • if you got balls for getting the best deal possible then old nvidia gpus goated

  • I only watch you because you come up randomly. I ain't even subscribed

  • You make good content man, that is why we like your channel 😊

  • I could probably sell my 4060 i bought for 134 bucks for like 450-550

  • So by selling only Nvidia based systems. You become part of the problem. Be part of the solution!

  • Fact is: I don’t know how to sell my old pc, and it has a 3060. Help me 😢

  • 6900xt trades at $400 USD today. My slightly worse performing 3090 trades for $600-$700. I like to buy an Nvidia card after it’s already done its depreciation. Once it depreciates the first time, it stays pretty steady for a while. My evidence? I bought this 3090 for $700 almost 2 years ago, and could sell it tomorrow for the same price if I wanted.

  • Does anybody buy GPUs built by the actual company? Like a 4060 built by Nvidia?

  • Should I get the CORSAIR ONE i500 PC or the Corsair VENGEANCE i8200 iCUE LINK EDITION Gaming PC

    CORSAIR ONE i500 PC it costs $4,399.99USD here are the specs:

    Power Supply 1000W SFX 80 PLUS Gold

    Storage 2TB NVMe SSD

    Liquid Cooling Liquid CPU/GPU

    Motherboard B760

    Networking 2.5G Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3

    GPU NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090

    CPU Intel Core i9-14900K

    DRAM 64GB (2x32GB) DDR5-6000

    Form Factor Micro-ATX

    Operating System Windows 11 Pro

    Weight 9.602

    Secondary Storage None

    Material CORSAIR ONE Black

    External Connections FRONT: 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, Combo Headphone/Mic; REAR: 4x USB 2.0, 3x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type C, 7.1 Audio,

    Here are the specs for the Corsair VENGEANCE i8200 iCUE LINK EDITION Gaming PC it costs $4,799.99USD:

    Secondary Storage 2TB NVMe SSD

    Material Vengeance 5000T

    External Connections FRONT: 4x USB 3.0 Type-A, USB 3.1 Type-C, Headphone/Mic Combo Jack; REAR: 2x USB 2.0 Type-A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C, Ether

    Power Supply 1000W ATX 80 PLUS Gold

    Storage 2TB NVMe SSD

    Liquid Cooling Liquid CPU, Air GPU

    Motherboard Z790

    Networking 2.5G Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2

    GPU NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090

    CPU Intel Core i9-14900KF

    DRAM 64GB (2x32GB) DDR5-6000

    Form Factor ATX

    Operating System Windows 11 Pro

    Weight 17.08

    Thank you to those who respond!

  • Power usage is a major consideration and why I get nvidia

  • Resale is huge with team green but only to people that dont have much of an idea

  • It's only easier to sell an NVidia gpu because the people who buy it are mostly brain rot kids and teens who just get whatever their favorite youtubers get

  • One thing people dont take into account is workload. I use my pc for gaming but also processing datasets for work. AMD just doesnt preform as well and I had to swap unfortunately 😢

  • Whats the best gpu for rendering architecture visualization in softwares like vray,corona,lumion etc?

  • I have a ryzen 7 5800 and a gtx1070 I don't game much but I run Lightroom Photoshop and davinci resolve, should I upgrade either?

  • That's the main reason I bought a 4070 over the 7800xt

  • Petty can I have a pc for free please 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • Nvidia is the Apple of gpus

  • Explain to me why Nvidia for content creators i mean amd has a streaming software built in and fsr 3 and dlss 3.x literally no Difference but raytracing is fair

  • I sold my rx 6700xt for $300, I bought it during covid times because my original rx 560 died and I payed a whopping $800 for it at the time. Hugely regret it but it was a need. I sold it for a smaller founders 6700xt and am currently down $500+ from selling it

  • I have a 4070 and even I’m so bothered that I can’t get over 120 fps on all games when running maxed out settings on 1440p

  • Is this a good PC for 800 dollar please please make a video about this I am a huge fan so please 🥺 🥺 🥺 🥺 🥺 🥺 🥺

    1.GPU:XFX Speedster SWFT309 AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT CORE Gaming Graphics Card

    2:CPU: intel i7 core 12700K

    3:Motherboard:GIGABYTE B760M DS3H DDR4/ATX

    4:RAM:Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz

    5:CPU COOLER:ID-COOLING FROZN A410 Black – 6" Height Black Air CPU Cooler,

    6:SSD ROM:Kingston NV2 1TB M.2 2280 NVMe Internal SSD | PCIe 4.0 Gen 4×4 | Up to 3500 MB/s | SNV2S/1000G

    7:POWER SUPPLY:EVGA 700 GD, 80+ GOLD 700W, 5 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-GD-0700-V1


  • Why do people build computers with resale value in mind?

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