It gives a wonderful overview of the current situation as to which video card has sold out the most on Amazon

The winner is not the RTX 3000, but not even the 2000 series.

Unfortunately, we still don’t see the end of the chip shortage, so it’s not easy to guess when things can recover and when we can buy fresh hardware again at normal prices.

Although the GeForce RTX 30 series arrived as early as last fall, there are still some players more than a year later who couldn’t hit a top-of-the-line Nvidia card due to tight inventory or high prices.

Fortunately, there are older video cards that still stand their ground and many, with better sales, can do less with less. According to a recent report, the GTX 1650, which debuted well over two years ago, has also become the best-selling video card on Amazon and Newegg. Of course, this is often not the case for players at the recommended consumer price.

It is frustrating in itself that it is not easy to get a piece of the RTX 3000 or Radeon RX 6000, but the gravity of the situation is further illustrated by the fact that in some cases a previous generation GPU may not be an option. The bad news is that the situation is not expected to return to normal even next year.

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