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What’s new on Penurieland?

What’s new on Penurieland?

NVIDIA seems to be working its way out of production problems with its GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs. According to some reports, we can expect NVIDIA to cut the supply of older GPUs in half to focus on its newest chips. A solution to the RTX 30 shortage? pénurieland For a few months now, Nvidia has been trying to calm down its partners in the PC world by reintroducing old references in order to allow them to release complete PCs. That’s how we came across RTX 2060 and GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER, GTX 1650 Ti. Now that LHR GPUs are available to card manufacturers and miners can switch to CMP cards, Nvidia thinks that the situation will ease on this front.

Miners on the firebrand, gamers on the balcony?

Production capacity should therefore be prioritized for the GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs based on the Ampere architecture. This information relayed by WCCFTECH allows us to project ourselves and envisage a second quarter approaching normality… at least in terms of prices.

soldout pénurie

Hard to imagine a quick end to the RTX shortage

Tomorrow’s weather will be better…Really?

However, when we cross-reference this information with our main European contacts at Nvidia’s partners, caution is still called for. First of all, we are told that stopping the production of RTX 20 or GTX does not make room for RTX 30. The latter are produced in 8nm at Samsung while the others are produced in 14nm at TSMC. It is therefore impossible to find capacities by this operation. Finally, in the very short term, we have a relatively different tune, especially concerning the RTX 3070, which should undergo major breakage in the coming weeks. The RTX 3070Ti does not seem to be concerned. So it seems that the end of the tunnel is not yet visible even if we could see a certain relaxation in terms of availability. Finally, except for the RTX 30, it seems that the situation is going to get even worse… Bad prospect for those who want to buy a machine with a limited budget.

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