As you probably know, TSMC 5nm is already fully booked. So Nvidia was wise to go for Samsung to avoid fully booked TSMC node and then Nvidia is wise when they go for fully booked TSMC node.There's plenty of Alder Lake chips available. Tons of i5-12600K and i7-12700K + KF models, which are the ones that 99% of buyers are interested in.
I recieved my 3080 5 days after launch and paid MSRP. Now "exchanged" to a 3080 Ti which I got 2 weeks post launch. Free upgrade, since I sold the 3080 for more than 3080 Ti cost me.
I got my 3070 the day after launch. Ready for pickup in less than 24 hours.
Radeon 6000 availablity was and is worse than Ampere and this is true even tho 9 out of 10 gamers will pick Nvidia over AMD and miners will too; Ampere sold way better than RDNA2.
Nvidia going with Samsung was the best business move I have seen in a long time. Nvidia predicted TSMC would be overbooked and this is also why AMD can't deliver GPU's. Meanwhile Nvidia is eating away marketshare.
And then Nvidia goes back to TSMC with 4000 series, 5nm before AMD, while still spitting out Ampere to fill the demand.
Soon Intel will join the low to mid-end GPU market; AMDs prime segment.
I would not be surprised if AMD dGPU marketshare is less than 10% in 1-2 years.