To investors recently, Nvidia CEO Jensen Haung revealed this as well In this Years will be hard to get video cards most of the year.
Cards with performance tied to digital currency accounted for 80 percent of deliveries in the second quarter of 2021
“I expect there will be very little supply for most of next year, which is my guess now,” explained Huang, who heads a venture-growth company, but at the same time fails to offer enough products to everyone who wants them.
Microsoft, Sony, and many auto manufacturers are struggling with electric vehicles delivery in particular as they need many of these parts to function as components, mobile phones, and controllers.
Huang pointed out that the hungry market has a huge positive advantage for the company, which is enough of course:
Ampere is off to an amazing start: it’s the best-selling GPU platform in our history. This is at the same time that we have upgraded just less than 20 percent of our total user base. In other words, 80% of the PC gaming market is not yet upgraded to RTX.
Jensen Huang, co-founder and CEO of Nvidia.
This was an extraordinarily chaotic launch and the frustration is huge
We expect him to refer to the Nvidia base, because it’s doubtful that an owner of one of AMD’s new Radeon cards would take the opportunity to sell a card to stand in line for more than a year for an Nvidia 30 card, in particular. Because cards are often intercepted by people who set up bots that can try several thousand times per second to put cards in a shopping cart instead of having to wait for hours and tap manually.
The RTX 30 series and graphics cards at the top of the market such as AMD’s Radeon 6000 series have always been the most generous gaming PC products due to their very good ray tracing performance.
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