NVIDIA told when the shortage of RTX 30XX will end
The video card market is now a real meat grinder: users sweep off the shelves a small supply of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30XX in a matter of seconds, and most of those who want to get graphics chips are left with a nose. Well, NVIDIA has given a rough forecast of when shipments will finally stabilize.
NVIDIA CFO Colette Kress said during the Credit Suisse technology conference that the normalization of deliveries of new graphics chips to the market should not be expected until the spring of next year. According to Kress, supply will be able to catch up with demand by about April 2021. At the same time, the company plans to launch a few more RTX 30XX video cards in stores by the end of the year - but they definitely won't be enough for all of them.
Now NVIDIA solves the problem of lack of components for device production. But even in the best case, this issue will not be resolved until the end of the year. In the future, the company will need several more months to launch production chains and deliver a sufficient number of video cards to the market.