For just about anyone who’s attempted to buy a GPU since 2020, the process has been full of pain, hiked costs, and delayed deliveries. So many of the best graphics cards are out of stock, and have been for the better part of two years. So why, then, are we facing what sounds like the impending launch of NVIDIA’s next big wave?
Despite the bizarre market conditions that computer components have endured since 2020, there is one constant that tech companies can expect: competition from rivals. That, according to Akshat Vaid, Vice President at Everest Group, is one of the key reasons NVIDIA’s upcoming line may arrive before people have had a chance to gather the 30-series cards they’ve wanted for years.