Originally Posted by pax
Ya I very much doubt global production of discreet will exceed much the 40-45 million mark next year. They simply will prioritize pro cards. Like we saw today at the GTC from the jacket, and cpus that are much more profitable. Only console apus might be less profitable. But those contracts are volume oriented and force the gpus makers into supply agreements.
I dont see this getting better anytime soon now. I might say **** it at retirement and grab a ~grand from the severance pay for a gpu then I dont know. I think Id rather wait for next gen at this point. The 7000 Radeon series and 4000 RTX series are said to be huge improvements.
You might have a long wait. This from Nvidia..https://wccftech.com/nvidia-gpu-shor...graphics-card/
And even worse from Intel ..https://www.washingtonpost.com/techn...chip-shortage/
So next Gen maybe very late 2022 or early 2023? Who knows. Personally I'm not bothered I'm just enjoying my 3090 in games with everything maxed out. Oh and my new all electric vehicle station wagon arrived and is brilliant. New GPU, CPU, Monitor and electric car in last four months or so. Not complaining.
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