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NVIDIA builds a GPU that complies with U.S. export regulations

NVIDIA is newly offering a graphics card destined for China without violating U.S. export regulations, according to a Reuters report.

A graphics card just for China; Image: TechSpot

According to Reuters, NVIDIA is building a graphics card that has the exact same performance of an A100. The report from Omnisky confirms this. So the graphics card named A800 only serves the Chinese market, so U.S. export regulations can be complied with.

The A800 graphics card is an important component for NVIDIA, as such a graphics card can cost several thousand dollars. This way, the company can still earn a bit of money in the Chinese market. According to NVIDIA itself, $400 million is on the line due to the regulation of the U.S. government, which does not want semiconductors to be delivered to China.


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