When there is no GeForce RTX 4090, the Chinese are starting to buy Radeon RX 7900. Demand for AMD flagships has created a critical shortage of Navi 31 GPUs

by alex

The deficit may continue throughout the first quarter of 2024

While Nvidia is just going to create a GeForce RTX 4090 D (Dragon) video card for China, which will not fall under US sanctions, Chinese gamers have become much more active in buying Radeon RX 7900 XT/XTX.

Demand has reportedly increased so much that AMD is having difficulty making more of the Navi 31 GPUs that powers the adapters available to the Chinese market.

The shortage may not only last until the end of the year, but also continue into the first quarter of next year. There were some rumors that supplies of AMD flagships to China would also be prohibited, but the Expreview resource says that so far none of the video card manufacturers have confirmed this.

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Let us remember that some time ago RX 7900 cards had already risen in price a little, and market players expected a further slight increase in prices. If a shortage occurs in retail, prices may rise more significantly.

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