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If Nvidia wanted to make ARM-based CPUs, they could just buy a license for a tiny fraction of $40 billion. The only reason I can think of for this step is that Nvidia wants to be in a position of control, and that would be bad news for the ARM ecosystem, which thrived due to ARM's independence.