NVIDIA CEO Still Cares about PC Gamers Despite AI Boom, Explains Why 8 GB of Memory for the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Is “The Right Amount”


The FPS Review
Staff member
May 6, 2019
NVIDIA may be making absurd amounts of money from AI data hardware these days, but the company still cares deeply about PC gamers, according to statements that CEO Jensen Huang made during a recent roundtable interview with reporters, one of which asked the leather-jacket-wearing executive whether "gamers were right to feel like an older child jealous of the newborn AI baby." Jensen was seemingly unamused, pointing toward recent announcements that include the NVIDIA Avatar Cloud Engine (ACE), a custom AI model foundry service that aims to transform games by bringing intelligence to non-playable characters (NPCs) through AI-powered natural language interactions. Huang also touched upon the controversy of the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti launching with 8 GB of memory, claiming that it was "the right amount."

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"the right amount" to make people want to spend a lot more for cards with more memory
"We're making a handful of these to say we have addressed this market segment. We expect our AIB partners to focus on higher memory capacity cards so people can wonder why their 16gb cards perform poorly at 1440p and above."
There are no bad graphic cards, only bad prices (except ofc the 6500xt)

4060 8gb overpriced by $50
4060 ti 8gb overpriced by $100
4060 ti 16gb overpriced by $150
4070 overpriced by $200
4070 ti overpriced by $250
4080 overpriced by $300
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