Jensen Huang, CEO of the company, has admitted that they are weighing this possibility for their capabilities when creating chips.
NVIDIA continues to leave us with different news at GDC that have ranged from new games that will have DLSS to Omniverse technology for developers, raising the possibility that, in the future, one of its rivals will end up manufacturing its graphics cards or, what more importantly, the chip that brings them to life.
Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, has spoken in a series of questions with the general public about Intel ‘s foundry and chip creation services , surprising the community by being open that in the future this brand can even manufacture its graphics cards. . ” We’re very open-minded when considering Intel (to manufacture their graphics) and I’m delighted with the efforts they’re making (in terms of foundry) ,” says Huang.
In addition, when asked about the fear that Intel will discover its secrets, the CEO of NVIDIA affirms that, in fact, he already knows them and knows their route plan for their graphics and all its details for years since both Intel and AMD, despite being your rivals in the field of GPUs, they are also your partners and all the companies “are mature enough to know that we have to collaborate ” to optimize, for example, the use of Intel and AMD laptop processors with graphics from NVIDIA.
For his part, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has stated that he is “thrilled for their interest in using our foundry capabilities ” from NVIDIA, confirming that talks to manufacture its GPUs were ongoing .
Intel, ally and rival
Intel is already an ally of NVIDIA and could further strengthen ties with the brand if it ends up manufacturing its GPUs while, on the other hand, it prepares for the launch of its first desktop graphics with which it wants to rival both the green brand as with AMD, with Intel ARC Alchemist gaming models hitting the market between May and June .