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Shortage of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series to last till 2022

by Anthony McKenzie
If the present pattern of purchases continues, the shortage in the supply of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series might remain up till 2022.
This past September 2020, Nvidia launched what might have been the most touted graphics card in a long while. It was well received and as quickly as they became commercially available, they sold out. At that time, the instant sell-out was no concern as consumers anticipated it.
The issue, however, continues up till now. To make things worse, the product scarcity might last till the end of the year.
Product roll-out from Nvidia of the 30 series graphics card has actually been a pain in the neck for consumers waiting on long queues to  acquire them. Since the graphics card units were revealed last September, lots of people are still yet to purchase their own systems.
The problem of the product’s scarcity is also being experienced all over the world, with the cause of the problem still unknown.
While Nvidia has publicly¬† apolgized for the current graphics card shortage, The company’s apology does not appear to sit well with its customers who remain clueless about the cause of the long wait.

Some of Nvidia’s suppliers are presumably increasing production simply to meet up with the orders from Nvidia. The most well-known amongst these is Samsung’s, which is has an issue delivering the graphics circuits of the 30 series

Some reports also claim that stocks will go on sale throughout the 3rd quarter of 2021. That should, however, be taken with a grain of salt as that restock might disappear rapidly with the long waiting line.
If stores exhaust their stocks of the 30 series once again, the scarcity might continue up until 2022 with some customers then simply waiting for the 40 series.
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