For most of the people, it has been a nightmare to get hold of an RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 since their release. However, many believe that they must become more comfortable to purchase in the coming few months, but unfortunately, it is not likely as per Jensen Huang.
Such as Reddit flooded with long-faced PC gamers who sold their current cards before launch and now have GPU-sized holes in their designs as they anticipate new stock. However, this gladness may be months away. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that the deficit of state of the art graphics cards is probably to end to the coming year.
The Wccftech quotes Huang’s statement,
“I believe that demand will outstrip all of our suppliers throughout the year.”
“The (NVIDIA GeForce RTX) 3080 and 3090 have a demand issue, not a supply issue, the demand issue is that it is much much greater than we expected – and we expected a lot.”
Huang is enthusiastic about the function yield to the new GPUs that he’s comparing it to the stir related to the release of Windows 95 and Intel Pentium PCs “when people were just out of their minds to purchase this stuff.”
Well, it’s a positive thing for Nvidia. It will be cold comfort for gamers who’re serious about promoting their set-ups with the new graphics cards.
Moreover, due to the shortage, Nvidia encountered criticism specifically for the free-for-all that encompassed the on-sale date. Vendors were tired within a few minutes, and it is thought, online sellers may be captured most of the supplies to sell for a high price on the secondary market.
Keeping this in mind, and excusing for SNAFU already, we wouldn’t be cheeky about the lack of the tech.
Huang further said,
“I appreciate it very much. I just don’t think there’s a real problem to solve. It’s a phenomenon to observe. It’s just a phenomenon”.
Nvidia flagship GeForce RTX 3080 costs £649 and offers first-rate 4K performance and emit rays. It’s is less expensive as compared to RTX 2080 Ti and offers HDMI 2.1 support. Our analyst named it a
“must-have buy for any hardcore gamer looking for first-rate performance.”