Desktop gamers continue to be snouting from video card stocks, and mobile gamers seem to be negatively affected by video card cryptocurrency boilers.
As the stock shortage continues to be severe, the news is about unthinkable laptops about mining.
Miners attacked gaming laptops this time
In contrast to its target audience recently, players are very upset because of the graphics cards sold to miners. The images shared from China made me say that this wouldn’t happen. It seems that miners have set up a cryptocurrency digging farm, as is the case with video cards, by bulking up RTX 3070 laptops.
The mind-boggling picture questions whether Nvidia is doing anything to regulate prices and avoid stock shortages.
Miners in China, on the other hand, who line up in front of the factories of Nvidia’s business partners, often allegedly receive video cards in bulk, paying 1/3 more than MSRP and even without guarantee.
It’s the only side that’s detrimental to this exchange, which allows miners to earn more than nvidia’s partners’ graphics cards while effortlessly earning revenue. What’s worse is that the answer to when the stock shortage will improve is now a guess.
Finally, a creator went to Starbucks, making it ironic where the situation came from. The user who plugged in the gaming laptop was able to charge the coffee he consumed after about 2 hours with the ether he dug while sipping the coffee of his laptop.