Welcome back to another month of expensive graphics cards. Unfortunately, after a brief glimpse of hope a few months back, MSRP GPUs are off the table for the rest of the year.
It's not just lack of chips causing Intel's laptop issues
Not even a $35 computer is safe
Q3 marked the first US shipment decline since the pandemic began
Blame crypto and the chip shortage
Could next year's smartphones be a bit cheaper or pack more memory?
Record sales were also achieved
Frustrated car brand loyalists are turning elsewhere
Chip scalping is one of the reasons for the current semiconductor woes
Surging prices for high-purity silicon is sending a shockwave towards chipmakers
Xbox Boss Phil Spencer says supply chain constraints will continue to slow Xbox production into 2022
Issues go beyond the global chip shortage
U.S. suppliers rejected Samsung's request for more chips, mobile boss left VP in country for 3 months
Desperate times calls for desperate measures
Budget hardware could bear the brunt of the price hikes
The timing couldn't have been worse
Black Friday may be a bit darker for this year's online shoppers
Summer Covid lockdowns affected aluminum capacitor supply
Not only GPUs; chip shortage also affecting the automotive industry
Cherry on top of the chip and materials shortage cake
Finally, some good news about DRAM chips
Strong global recovery thanks to increasing demand in multiple industries
It'd be great if GPU pricing was normal and we didn't have to update you on the state of the market, but tracking GPUs is useful if you're wanting to jump the gun. Also, this month we can celebrate a rather unfortunate anniversary.
So long MSRP, we hardly knew ye
The perks of being TSMC's biggest customer
When will this end?!?