But the real focus will be on whether widening U.S. curbs on sales of its high-end chips to China could hamper that run.
The results will also be a major test for the AI-powered rally that has helped drive up the U.S. stock market this year, with the Philadelphia semiconductor index (.SOX) up nearly 50% in 2023.
The Biden administration last month banned China sales of the H800 and A800 chips that Nvidia had created after previous curbs on exports to the country.
Reuters GraphicsCHINA CHIPSBefore the latest China export curbs, demand for Nvidia's H800 chip, a slower version of its flagship AI chip, had outpaced rivals as it was better than the alternatives.
"It's possible Nvidia's massive growth will make revenue from China less material over time," Morningstar analysts said.
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