RTX 3060 Ti zero delivery in January: NVIDIA deliberately controls the rhythm

Everyone knows that NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards are now extremely out of stock, but to what extent? I'm afraid that many people can't imagine it at all, and there are many human factors for the reasons for the shortage.

According to news from Bobantang, according to the GPU supply situation given to various AIC graphics card manufacturers by NVIDIA in January, the overall supply is still very limited. The most lacking is the last released RTX 3060 Ti, which can be said to be almost completely out of stock. AIC can only digest the inventory in hand.

Is there really no capacity? At least not exactly.

According to industry insiders, although January belongs to the new year of 2020, according to tradition, it belongs to the final stage before the Spring Festival, and NVIDIA's shipment tasks for the whole year have been exceeded, so the shipment rhythm will be deliberately controlled before the Spring Festival.

Of course, these are the current temporary status, but when NVIDIA will open the supply, especially RTX 3060 Ti, there is no exact timetable at present, and it is expected to be after the Spring Festival.

In addition, the RTX 3060 will be released next month, but the specific time has not yet been determined. There is no follow-up news for the RTX 3080 Ti, and it is basically determined to be cool.

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