Nvidia: GPU shortage will continue throughout 2021

Nvidia Warns you of the shortage of supply that could hit the rest of 2021 if you plan to buy a new RTX 30 series GPU in the coming months. “We expect demand to continue to outpace supply for most of this year,” Nvidia CFO Colette Kress said during an investor teleconference earlier this week. said.

This means that the challenges of finding a new 30-series GPU are likely to continue through 2022. Nvidia had previously warned that product offerings were likely to remain weak during the first fiscal quarter. We are now approaching this turning point, that is, we are approaching the end of April. There does not appear to be a significant improvement in supply and demand.

TSMC and Intel also warn that chip supply problems could last until 2022. The global shortage of chips has forced some carmakers to reduce production. Consumers find it nearly impossible to find new graphics cards, CPUs, PS5s and Xboxes.

Despite the problems Nvidia predicts supply will increase as 2021 progresses. “We will see supplies continue to increase this quarter and throughout the year,” said Kress. said. Regardless, it will still be difficult to find a new GPU if you have to compete with gamers, crypto miners, and black marketers who have no control over the actual prices of GPUs.

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