Gaming graphics cards and processors can fall in price even more. TSMC reported an oversupply of chips

Gaming graphics cards and processors can fall in price even more. TSMC reported an oversupply of chips

The last couple of years have seen a serious semiconductor crisis in the world. And it looks like it’s over. According to TSMC, the company now has an oversupply of microchips as global demand for PC components and other electronics, including smartphones and game consoles, has fallen.

According to the top management of the company, it will take several quarters to restore the level of demand, but in the meantime, we should expect an even greater drop in prices for video cards, processors and game consoles.

Note that earlier NVIDIA has already announced a reduction in the recommended prices for their video cards. But the appearance of new products may be delayed, because the solutions of the current generation may be enough for several months.

At the moment, there are rumors that NVIDIA may delay the release of their new RTX 40 graphics cards. It is assumed that they will not be released until autumn-winter 2022.

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