Many are probably tired of hearing the same thing, but the fact is that tech shortages are still on the rise, thanks to a number of factors, and gamers are struggling to catch up to current gen console and PC hardware. Intel says shortages could continue until 2023, even as this year is still a bit of a mystery how the market will shape up, that being said, it hasn’t deterred the likes of Intel, AMD, or Is. NVIDIA From announcing and launching a range of products. But with short supply, “Team Red” may be able to offer more for one of its upcoming cards.
According to a rumour, when Nvidia launches its RTX 3050 on January 27, there is a possibility that there could be a higher supply of GPUs, which could be distributed to on board partners. How the company will manage this is not specified, but it is worth noting that this does not come from official sources, and is only speculation. Readers are advised to take this information with a pinch of salt.
With the RTX 3090 Ti dropping, offering a more beefier version of the 3090 that already has one of the most powerful GPUs, the Nvidia RTX 3050 offers a budget option for those who aren’t after high-end products. With 8GB of GDDR6, a 128-bit bus, and 2,560 CUDA cores, it’s certainly not fair to compare it to the 3090 Ti, but with an MSRP of around $250, it’s a pretty attractive piece of hardware for gamers and PCs alike. Will happen. Enthusiasts who are not in the market for something expensive.
As well as the 3090 Ti, and 3050, Nvidia also quietly launched the RTX 3080 12GB recently, something that may offer something in between but is baffling some people. One question that might be on the lips of some users is why the company didn’t announce it at this year’s CES, which was only last week. Also, it seems a bit strange that the card went live on the website without much fanfare, which might have some people a little wary.
Intel is about to launch its Arch Alchemist graphics card, although the date may have been pushed back, as NVIDIA And AMD is seeing a new rival enter the fray. It looks like there’s going to be a lot of options in the coming months, but unless Team Green can make good on these rumored supply promises, the new hardware will still be hard to catch on, no matter how many products are released.
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