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Lost in battle, but not in war? NVIDIA may launch "mining-protected" versions for all of its video cards


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If they succeed, does that mean the miners will switch to AMD? Because it is quite clear that the miners will not be satisfied with the series of tickets for mining, whose inventory is probably even smaller than the home tickets (which are also not enough for parents) ...
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The interest of . Do you have a product that is in high demand? Increase the pace of production and make more money. By what economic logic is it better to "knock" the product, in order to reduce demand? Will you price the ticket for X $? Well, instead of selling 50000X you will sell 100000X, do not meet the production targets? This is good news, not bad.
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