NVIDIA: The Rough Selection of Reviewers
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NVIDIA from now on has a full authority as to their NVIDIA RTX 2080 and 2080Ti models. Which means, it is up to them to decide who will get right to stream or review any information regarding those video cards. Any company or organization is obligated to provide a list of reviewers(candidates) and NVIDIA can either approve them or disapprove them.
As it was reportd by HardOCP:
"NVIDIA has demanded that its AIBs tell NVIDIA who will be reviewing the AIB’s custom RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti cards. We were forwarded emails from other reviewers, from the AIBs that were asking specifically, at NVIDIA’s direction, “Who will be performing the review content?” “What is that person’s phone number and email address?” That is a bit odd, as we have never seen this before in 20 years of reviewing video cards. AIBs in the past have been left to pretty much operate their own review campaigns on new video cards, but that seems to have come to an end. From these lists of reviewers submitted to NVIDIA by the AIBs, NVIDIA has put together its own list of “approved reviewers,” and sent their approved list back to the AIBs in order to let them know who they are allowed to sample review cards to"
As you could have possibly thought the list of approved reviewers can be questionable. Hence, to the absence of some honest criteria from NVIDIA. So the analyst’s opinion, most likely, will be a little bit pre-judgemental.
The reviewers will receive a brand new video card and will be forced to sign a specific agreement. The duration of which is going to be five years and probably there will be a lot of paragraphs about “disclosure” of some particular information. Also, including some strict requirements and conditions.
Nevertheless, the preview of NVIDIA RTX abilities was really impressive and I may even say, delightful: