At a recent financial meeting, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang said that there are still many difficulties in fully complying with the demand for its GeForce RTX series graphics cards, and such a shortage of graphics cards will probably not be resolved until the end of 2022.
In fact, in 2020, there have been many reports predicting that the shortage of graphics cards will run through 2021, and may not be resolved even by 2022. For those players who plan to get an RTX 30 series graphics card next year, this wish may not be realized, because the current global chip supply is still insufficient, and Jensen Huang also said at the just past financial conference that the supply of graphics cards will still be very tight in the coming year.
NVIDIA’s revenue in the second fiscal quarter of the fiscal year 2022 was $6.5 billion
, an increase of 68% year-on-year and a chain growth of 15%. Among them, $3.1 billion was generated by the gaming business. The revenue of the CMP mining card launched by NVIDIA specifically for mining was only $266 million, which failed to reach the $400 million goals NVIDIA had originally expected. This shows that even for mine owners, the NVIDIA CMP mining card does not seem to be very worth buying.In addition, Jensen Huang also added that only 20% of the 200 million user groups currently using NVIDIA graphics cards have upgraded to RTX graphics cards. This is the RTX graphics card that has included Turing and Ampere architectures. It is conceivable that users with RTX graphics cards are still only a minority.