Nvidia Allegedly Pressuring Board Partners To Skip Intel GPUs

Nvidia Wants Partners To Skip Intel!

According to a report by PRO Hi-Tech, a Russian channel, Nvidia might become a hurdle for its board partners working on the next generation of Intel graphics cards.

The report states that Nvidia board partners launching next-generation Intel graphics cards will be banned. This would result in a limited supply of graphics cards from Nvidia, but the report is limited to China.

Nvidia board partners are currently preparing for the launch of new Intel products in the region.

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The Russian channel is generally considered a well-known source with a strong connection to Nvidia board partners. Furthermore, this is not the first time shady practices from Nvidia have become controversial. Despite the channel’s connections, it would be best to wait for more reports before making a conclusion.

Nvidia announced something similar in 2018 called the GeForce Partner Program. This program aimed to strengthen the bond between Nvidia and its partners. However, the program did not go on for long because of the controversies Nvidia faced.

Nvidia board partners also seem uninterested in the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16GB launch. According to Andreas Schilling from HardwareLuxx, Nvidia partners are not fond of preparing and promoting the graphics card.

This would result in fewer choices than the other 60 series cards in the GeForce RTX 40 series lineup. However, this certainly does not come as a surprise because of the cold reception that Nvidia cards have received, with barely any sales for graphics cards like the GeForce RTX 4060 and GeForce RTX 4060 Ti.

Compared to Nvidia and AMD, Intel has just started making its way into the graphics card market. Intel Arc products were not what many had hoped for from an experienced company like Intel.

However, it did offer extra options that made the Arc Alchemist series more interesting. These options included the introduction of technologies like AV1 encoding and Intel Xess at the budget level.

With the current state of the market, PC gamers are hopeful for the upcoming Intel Arc Battlemage series. The new products should offer better performance and stability than the other offerings on the market.

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