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Securing one of NVIDIA’s popular GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards is already an agonizing chore, but it may be particularly tough for enthusiasts who are trying to lock down a GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and/or GeForce RTX 3060 model in the coming weeks.

According to an insider on China’s Board Channels Forums, board partners are expecting a 50 percent or higher decrease in shipments of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060 Series graphics cards next month. The user didn’t elaborate on the reason behind this, but sources with VideoCardz claim that it has to do with Chinese factories closing due to coronavirus outbreaks.

The good news is that GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards shipments are expected to return to normalcy shortly afterward. Shipments for these models are expected to increase beginning in late September.

The user also shared the pricing for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series and AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series graphics cards for those who are curious as to how their prices might compare overseas.

  • RTX3060: 2499 yuan (386 USD)
  • RTX3060TI: 2999 yuan (463 USD)
  • RTX3070: 3899 yuan (602 USD)
  • RTX3070TI: 4499 yuan (695 USD)
  • RTX3080: 5499 yuan (850 USD)
  • RTX3080TI: 8999 yuan (1390 USD)
  • RTX3090: 11999 yuan (1854 USD)
  • RX 6600 XT: 2999 yuan (463 USD)
  • RX6700XT: 3699 yuan (572 USD)
  • RX6800: 4599 yuan (711 USD)
  • RX6800XT: 5099 yuan (788 USD)
  • RX6900XT: 7999 yuan (1236 USD)

The information comes from Board Channels Forums, closed forums for people working for AIBs, AICs, and OEMs where they exchange information on the current market situation.

Source: IT Home (via VideoCardz)

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  1. I am not surprised at all. Heck we are ordering half a million in Cisco switches and looking at a 6 month lead time on order fulfillment. Same reasons.

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