GPU supply no longer the problem for Nvidia – now it could be lack of graphics card demand

We all know that lack of supply was a massive issue for Nvidia with RTX 3000 GPUs, but now it seems that problem has morphed into waning demand – which is seemingly set to impact its incoming RTX 4000 graphics cards. As spotted by VideoCardz (opens in new tab), an article from DigiTimes (opens in new tab) – translated by RetiredEngineer on Twitter, and served with a course of caution, plus a side-order of skepticism thrown in – asserts that Nvidia is facing a combination of factors which when cumulatively considered are bad news for the RTX 4000 range. pic.


com/Zg12dLuUT2July 1, 2022See moreThose factors are reportedly that Nvidia is experiencing weaker than expected demand from the gaming sector, coupled with an ‘enormous channel inventory’ hanging around, meaning there are a load of current-gen RTX 3000 graphics cards still to sell through.

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