While many remain pessimistic about the semiconductor crisis, which could last until mid-2022, Acer is trying to look at the situation with optimism. The company’s president of pan-Asia operations, Andrew Howe, says the supply chain has normalized and he expects stocks to rise this month before things get even better in July.
If Howe’s optimism is to be believed, then perhaps the endless shortage of graphics cards and consoles in the markets may soon come to an end. The situation has become so deplorable that many retailers do not have not only the PS5 in stock, but even the PS4, and some sell the older generation of Sony on Avito for more than the retail price.
Nevertheless, if you want to buy a video card, then there can still be problems with this – mining is not going anywhere, which means that the demand for GPUs will not fall for a long time.