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The graphics card wars are heating up.
After AMD announced Radeon 7, its new 7-nanometer GPU designed to push PC gaming performance to the "bleeding edge," Nvidia's CEO decided to bite back.
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For context: the Radeon 7 is AMD's big play, it's the first GPU based on the 7nm process, and that's kind of a big deal.
But at a Nvidia breakfast at CES 2019, CEO Jensen Huang didn't seem too impressed.
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"The performance is lousy," he said. "And it's nothing new. No ray tracing. No artificial intelligence.
"If we turn on DLSS, we'll crush it. If we turn on ray...
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