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Well, the best-in-class GPUs produced by Nvidia are powered by chips made by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. One of those equipment manufacturers is ASML (NASDAQ: ASML), a Dutch equipment manufacturer specializing in producing extreme ultraviolet systems. This technology has only been developed and produced by ASML, giving it a de-facto technological monopoly.