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RTX 3000 stock: Out of stock until March 2021?

RTX 3000 stock: Out of stock until March 2021?

When the CEO of Nvidia, Jensen Huang, confirmed what was obvious: a serious problem of stock breakage on the RTX 3000, we all understood that the situation was more serious than announced. During his intervention, he was quite clear about the duration of this problem. For him, the problems would last until 2021, at least on the GeForce RTX 3090 and GeForce RTX 3080, which were the only two graphics cards officially announced until then.

With the RTX 3070 we thought that Nvidia had learned from the chaos and that things would be a little better. But it didn’t.

RTX 3080 rupture

Today, discussions about the brands allow us to obtain the same information: “no improvement before the first quarter of 2021”. A situation also confirmed by CapFrameX. Its information goes even further, since its contacts confirm that we will have to wait until March to hope for normal supply operations.

Obviously, we can see that this situation is part of a global phenomenon of breakdowns and shortages in a year 2020 that is very special for all of us.

Tensions are felt on almost all products with varying degrees of intensity. Yesterday the launch of the new AMDs, tomorrow the new consoles… In short, you will have to be particularly clever and attentive to make your choices at the end of the year.

Coming back to Nvidia, we should not forget that this situation is undoubtedly amplified by a series of bad choices: from the passage to the Samsung foundry man to the lying poker game with AMD.

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