It looks like we will still have to wait for a noticeable improvement in the availability of components needed to produce computer hardware – the head of Nvidia said that he has “no magic tool” that could improve the volume of video card production until 2023.
The crisis in the component market combined with the enormous popularity of cryptocurrencies is a killer duo for the graphics card market. New processors will hit the market in very limited quantities and at high prices, causing many gamers to postpone the decision to invest in computers for years to come, often against their wishes.
“Worse, we can hardly expect improvement any time soon,” Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang opined. Many have pointed out that 2022 will be very similar to the current year when it comes to the availability of new graphics processors. As he stated, his company has “no magic tool” to control the supply chain and ramp up production.