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Nvidia's main business has been CUDA and data centers for about a decade, so nothing new there.

In the context of investors asking why Titan/x090s are being sold for less than $2000 when they could be $8000 Teslas, one might even wonder why they keep bothering with gaming GPUs... of course, though, if the gaming market was simply left to AMD and Intel, their GPU divisions would eventually have the R&D and expertise to develop more capable accelerators and strongly challenge Nvidia at the higher end.

(Like AMD saved enough pennies just from consoles to come up with Zen and challenge Intel's almighty cashcow Xenon with Epyc.)