The AMD and Nvidia graphics card shortage could continue until February 2021


A global shortage of GDDR6 memory is said to be contributing to the supply issues faced by AMD's Radeon RX 6000 and Nvidia's RTX 3000 series GPUs.

That's according to a report from French publication Cowcotland, which claims that both AMD and Nvidia have been hit by GDDR6 supply constraints and will likely continue to face shortages until early next year. 

This means that the availability of AMD and Nvidia's latest graphics cards is unlikely to improve until February 2021. Even then, it will stick take a few months for the supply chain to catch up with demand and a for surplus to be established, the report notes. 

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