back to article US export ban drives prices of Nvidia's latest GPUs sky high in China

Nvidia's second-generation A100 GPUs, currently the subject of export controls that mean they're not for sale in China, can fetch up to $20,000 in black markets - double the regular price. Last year, the Department of Commerce blocked top US hardware companies, including Nvidia and AMD, from selling their most advanced chips …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    the best bits of a tennis match

    IF <BALL> INSIDE <COURT> AND <BALL> HITNET(FALSE) THEN PRINT "Jolly good shot, old bean"


    1. Annihilator

      Re: the best bits of a tennis match

      If $weather=="rain" then








    2. druck Silver badge

      Re: the best bits of a tennis match

      If the commentator of the Tennis / football / F1 / whatever, would STFU occasionally and realise you don't need to jabber away for every single second of air time, we might actually be able to enjoy the sport - if AI could lean that, it may be some use.

    3. spold Silver badge

      Re: the best bits of a tennis match

      "New bats please!"

  2. Stuart Castle Silver badge

    In my experience, Nvidia really don't need much of an excuse to raise prices..

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