Radeon RX 6000 and GeForce RTX 30 shares also affected by GDDR6 memory shortage

The French site Cowcotland, which is often aware of the AIB inventory, claims that the low supply of Radeon RX 6000 and GeForce RTX 30 is also due to the lack of GDDR6 memory.

According to the report, AMD and NVIDIA will have difficulty meeting the demand for their new GPUs until at least February. While the red team made no public statement on its situation, NVIDIA confirmed that the global shortage of wafers, substrates, and components is affecting the availability of amp graphics cards.

“According to our sources, it will take weeks for the situation to return to normal, which means that the availability of all models will not improve until February, and even the launch of some models (such as the custom-made Radeon RX 6900 XT) will be blocked,” said Aurélien LAGNY of the French site in Cowcotland.

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It’s worth noting that the least affected NVIDIA graphics cards are the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 because they use GDDR6X memory. Therefore, the RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 Ti are the most likely to be affected.

This is also true for all Radeon RX 6000 models that use not only GDDR6 memory but also higher configurations that require more memory chips per model.

The lack of GDDR6 memory will affect the Radeon RX 6000 and the GeForce RTX 30 by February.

Source: VideoCardz