The pandemic has brought many problems to the gaming community around the world. Disruptions in the supply chain of hardware, especially GPUs, have made it impossible for many consumers to buy gaming hardware at a reasonable price, or even just buy a graphics card. And that is unlikely to change anytime soon, at least with regard to Nvidia GPUs. According to the company’s CFO Colette Kress, shipments of graphics cards based on Nvidia GPUs will only increase in the second half of 2022.
“The company as a whole will work to keep buying more,” Kress said at the UBS Global TMT conference. – We were able to grow quite well during this year, every quarter, increasing sequentially. And we continue to do so in the fourth quarter. Therefore, we believe that we will be in a better position in terms of supply if we look at the second half of next year. “
In addition, it was announced that the company has entered into long-term supply chain agreements. These “longer term agreements may be longer than a year.” It is difficult to say how the increase in the duration of contracts will affect the availability of products, but I want to believe in the best.