Of all the big computer tech giants, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang is definitely one of the more down-to-Earth guys. After co-founding NVIDIA 27 years ago, his vision and business acumen helped turn NVIDIA into the GPU giant it is today. But it seems he's also a pretty fun guy to be around, as evidenced by the video below.
In the video clip below, we can see Huang lifting a heavy plate from his oven. Presented as world's largest graphics card, this appears to be a new server board with eight Ampere-based GPUs. It's been cooking for quite some time and the public reveal is very near.
More details about NVIDIA's Ampere GPU are expected tomorrow, via the company's digital-only GTC 2020 Keynote. This event starts at 6am PST but will most likely focus primarily on non-gaming applications. We expect to hear a lot about the server and AI applications of Ampere, as well as an update about the company's self-driving car chips. A gaming-focused Ampere reveal is expected to follow within a couple of months.