1. NVIDIA Says GPU Shortages Are Going To Ease Down in 2H 2022, Right Before Next-Gen GeForce RTX 40 Series Hits Market Shelves  Wccftech
  2. Nvidia CFO: GPU Shortages Will Ease in 2H 2022  Tom's Hardware
  3. Sweet relief: Nvidia says GPU supply will increase this year  Digital Trends
  4. RTX 4000 series incoming? Nvidia says graphics card supply will improve in the second half of 2022  TechSpot
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NVIDIA has reaffirmed that ongoing GPU shortages are set to ease in the 2H 2022, right before next-gen GeForce RTX 40 series hits retail.NVIDIA has reaffirmed that ongoing GPU shortages are set to ease in the 2H 2022, right before next-gen GeForce RTX 40 series hits retail.

NVIDIA Says GPU Shortages Are Going To Ease Down in 2H 2022, Right Before Next-Gen GeForce RTX 40 Series Hits Market Shelves

The end of GPU shortage is near, says Colette Kress.We think the second half of 2022 is when GeForce RTX 40-series 'Ada Lovelace' is set arrive.

Nvidia CFO: GPU Shortages Will Ease in 2H 2022 | Tom's Hardware

Speaking at the virtual 24th Annual Needham Growth Conference (via Seeking Alpha), Kress said that demand for Nvidia’s GeForce products far outweighed supply last year, as we...Speaking at the virtual 24th Annual Needham Growth Conference (via Seeking Alpha), Kress said that demand for Nvidia’s GeForce products far outweighed supply last year, as we...

RTX 4000 series incoming? Nvidia says graphics card supply will improve in the second half of 2022 | TechSpot

Buying a graphics card is a nightmare right now, but Nvidia says it’s confident GPU supplies will increase later in 2022. We’ve got our fingers crossed.Buying a graphics card is a nightmare right now, but Nvidia says it’s confident GPU supplies will increase later in 2022. We’ve got our fingers crossed.

Sweet relief: Nvidia says GPU supply will increase this year | Digital Trends

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Nvidia has been wrong about when graphics card supply will return in the past, though it's also one of the only companies on the planet that really has any idea what's going on. So it's definitely worth noting when Nvidia CFO, Colette Kress, says the second half of 2022 will be better for GPU supply than right now. Finally, some good news for gamers.Last year, Colette Kress told us supply would remain lean through Q1 2021, and sadly the reality was it would remain lean through, well, the entire year of 2021. As we embark on 2022, not much has changed, though during a conference call Kress did outline some potentially positive news for GPU supply later this year."We had seen channel levels be quite lean," Kress says in response to a question about supply for gamers during the call (via Seeking Alpha, Tom's Hardware). "We are working with our supply chain partners to increase the availability of supply. And we feel better about our supply situation as we move into the second half of the calendar year '22."Now, not many major chipmaking companies actually believe the chip shortage will be over by late 2022, though some have said they think the situation could at least improve by that time. A recent DigiTimes report expects GPU shipments to improve 10% in 2022. That's not much of an improvement, but it is an improvement.Intel's CEO, Pat Gelsinger, more or less expects supply to remain tight until 2023, when itself and others like it (TSMC, Samsung) can actually get more manufacturing capacity online to meet demand."We feel better about our supply situation as we move into the second half of the calendar year," says Nvidia's CFO.

Nvidia expects graphics card supply to improve in the second half of 2022 | PC Gamer

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