Both gamers and ordinary users cannot buy video cards at the moment. Stock shortages have caused many video cards to run out. The prices of the cards sold increased so much that many users began to think that they were wasting their money unnecessarily. While many claims have been made, Asus has targeted NVIDIA for its graphics card stocks.
Stock shortages have made both new cards and old cards uninhabitable.
Asus targets NVIDIA for video card stocks
Stock problems with video cards have long affected the whole world. Many blame crypto miners as the main source of the problem. However, video card manufacturer Asus said the problem was caused by a completely different reason.
According to Asus, the main source of the inventory problem is the lack of adequate production. The company came up with this theory at an investor conference where it discussed its fourth-quarter successes and failures. The biggest problem facing Asus and undoubtedly other GPU companies is the inventory problem on NVIDIA cards.
There are multiple sources of the problem with video card stocks. However, asus said, “Our guess is that the problem may have been caused by erroneous pre-production analysis. It is difficult for us to predict when [Nvidia] will increase this efficiency.”
There are many theories about NVIDIA producing far fewer video cards than expected. One is that the green team deliberately limits production because crypto miners are waiting. Thus, NVIDIA can ensure that total demand is lower in the following months.
Another claim made about video card stocks is that production has shifted to Samsung with the Ampere series. NVIDIA, which has started production of 8 nm, is supplying from Samsung instead of TSMC.