An unbelievable news for computer users in general and the gaming community in particular. According to a report by Digitimes Asia, the video card market in 2022 will show signs of cooling down.
The main reason for this is that the supply has increased again. After the pandemic subsides, manufacturing plants are operating at full capacity to meet market demand. According to Digitimes Asia, GPU supply in 2022 will donate 10% compared to last year’s supply. Large GPU manufacturers like NVIDIA or AMD will be the frontrunners to bring the market back to normal.
Not only that, the obvious signs of a decline in the world cryptocurrency market have made miners less interested than in 2021. According to an update from Coinmarketcap, ETH (the world’s most mined crypto rumor) has has lost 35% of its value since its peak in November 2021. The drop in prices has resulted in a marked decrease in the number of miners. Especially after China (the world’s largest cryptocurrency mining country) tightened regulation, things seem to have been easier for the video card market.
Lots of good signals for the computer parts market in 2022 and our job is to wait to be able to buy ourselves the product at the best price.