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Nvidia GPU Shortage Expected to Remain Until 2021

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Nvidia unable to keep up with GPU demand

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has announced that the shortage of their Nvidia RTX 3080 and 3090 graphics cards will continue to be an issue until at least 2021.

Both cards sold out within minutes of preorders going live in September of this year.

While the demand for the cards was difficult for Nvidia to anticipate, Huang states that demand wasn’t the issue.

Instead, Huang believes the bottleneck lies in their manufacturing process, stating “I don’t think it’s possible to have ramped up that fast.”

That being said, Huang went on to state that the company has increased their production and the company is producing fantastic yields.

The shortage issues lies in the fact that demand for the product is so high that their graphics cards are just continuing to sell out as soon as they can produce more.

Nvidia will also be launching another card in the RTX 3000 series in late October 2020.

The RTX 3070 is expected to drop on October 29th with a retail price of $499.

Hopefully, this launch goes a bit smoother than Nvidia’s September GPU launch.

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