The stock problems of the Ampere RTX 30 series graphics cards seem to continue for a while.
Right now, regardless of work or play, there is serious sterility in the hardware world. RTX 30 series graphics cards have been out of reach by many people since the day they went on sale. Apparently, similar situations will occur in RX 6000 series graphics cards.
Recently, a new statement came from NVIDIA CFO. Long cycle times and restrictions in supply chains cause these problems, the CEO said.
“Given industry-wide capacity constraints and long cycle times, product availability may take several more months to meet demand.“
If you remember, last month, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang said that supply problems could continue until late 2020. However, we are approaching the end of November and we see that the problems have not disappeared.
We cannot see Ampere architecture graphics cards in most retailers, including our country. On the other hand, some retailers, including abroad, have implemented a queuing system for those waiting for the cards to arrive. So there are thousands of people paying and waiting in line.