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Gaming market has always been an important market for Nvidia because it provides them a good safety net to fall back to and they do rake in a ton of profits and revenue from that sector. Especially in the laptop and OEM markets more so than DIY. If it wasn't important for them, they wouldn't be continuously bringing in new features like DLSS 3, VSR, Ray Tracing, Reflex, etc that AMD and Intel will eventually attempt to copy. Not to mention driver updates for GPUs as old as the GTX 900 series.

So while Nvidias big bucks does come from Datacenter and server, make no mistake, gaming is still a big focus and will likely always be. Especially now that Radeon is a follower and not a competitor.



             

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