One of the biggest issues shared by both AMD and Nvidia is a constraint of GPU supply, with both companies struggling to serve demand with their respective ranges of new graphics cards.

CES 2021 offered a chance for both to address the issue, but neither touched on it during the press conferences held earlier this week. Since then, both companies have given vague updates on the matter, and neither give a positive outlook for the near future.

Speaking to The Verge, AMD committed to having more stock for its three new desktop GPUs–the Radeon RX 6800, RX 6800 XT, and RX 6900 XT–on its website soon, ensuring that the MSRP doesn’t change from the original launch price. AMD didn’t, however, confirm stock levels, which mean it could just as easily sell out as the first batch during the messy launch.

Continue Reading at GameSpot

 

Author Alessandro Barbosa

Original Post by GameSpot

Caffeine Gaming is a a new and exciting site which pulls together the hottest news and information from the best gaming sites around the world. All here in one place which makes it easy for you to stay completely connected with the industry and the latest developments. We are also a site which publishes your own views and content to enable readers to benefit from each other's opinions and experiences. Make Caffeine Gaming your daily fix.