German e-tailer shows struggle to obtain GeForce RTX 30 cards

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 20 2020 @ 11:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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German e-tailer Proshop.de offers a ton of data about the supply and demand for NVIDIA's new Ampere-based video cards. Of course, this is just a single data point from a webshop without historical context, but it's definitely interesting to see just how large the difference between supply and demand is.

WCCF Tech reports Proshop ordered a total of 15,117 GeForce RTX 30 series cards from various AIBs but at this point the company has only managed to secure 1,112 video cards:
According to the data provided by them, they have ordered a total of 15117 NVIDIA RTX 3000 series GPUs from various AIBs and have only received (or are going to receive at the time of writing) 1112 GPUs. This means that the company is only getting 7.4% of the demand from various NVIDIA AIBs. The complete set of data from ProShop (at the time of writing) is given below along with an explanation of the variables.
The data from Proshop suggests the GeForce RTX 3070 will also suffer from poor availability at launch time. This model is set to go live on October 29th.

According to the rumor mill, NVIDIA's Ampere cards will remain in short-supply until at least after the arrival of AMD's Big Navi, or until early 2021.


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