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Impressive Titan V Shows Nvidia Will Continue To Grow, Maybe Just Not As Fast

December 18, 2017

With the release of the Titan V, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) shows it continues to create innovative advancements that capture growth in the rapidly expanding and red hot AI-processor chip market.

However, with significant competitor chip lines from companies such as Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) also entering the fray, it is questionable whether Nvidia will be able to continue to capture growth at the rate it has been to justify its current premium.

Nvidia will likely continue to rise in price thanks to the AI-chip market's exploding growth and its own continued impressive innovation in both the gaming GPU and deep-learning CPU markets, but at a slightly reduced rate compared to its meteoric rise the past few years, as it faces increased competition that lowers the rate at which it captures the market's expansion.

Nvidia At An Apex That Continues To Rise

Nvidia soared to an all-time high in recent months in the wake of impressive product releases and partnerships, such as with Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and its strong estimate-beating Q3 earnings.

However, since its peak of $218.67 in November, the company's price has dropped about $27.11 or 12.39%, even amid the Titan V's official release earlier this month.

At a time when it appears Nvidia is starting to face increasing competition in the CPU/GPU chip space, it seems investors are starting to question if Nvidia's future growth nonetheless justifies the current premium attached to the company.

For example, the recently-roaring Intel announced its NNP chip ("Nervana Neural Network Processor") in October with the direct intent to challenge Nvidia in the AI-capable processor market.

The chip is undoubtedly quite impressive, featuring high parallelism computing capabilities and focuses on keeping the data local, rather than in the connected system, in order to save processing costs and increase speed.

The chip itself has an HBM2 of 32GB with over 1TB per second of bandwidth. With an expected imminent release after almost four years of development, it may put Nvidia's new Titan V to the test.

However, beyond Intel, it appears that even considering AMD's (NASDAQ:AMD) Vegas GPUs the competition is relatively soft still at the moment. AMD still has had difficulty catching up to Nvidia, as its expensive and power-inefficient RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 66 GPUs are almost a year behind Nvidia chips in processing power and performance.

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