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Nvidia seems to increase the output of its popular GeForce RTX 30 series GPU product line by reducing the supply of older versions. The rumor comes from ITHome, and he hinted that technical experts in the Asia-Pacific region expect NVIDIA to reduce the production and supply of old GPUs (especially the 20 series series) in order to pay more attention to its new device series GPUs and reduce the shortage of graphics cards for us. It is currently being tested.
Earlier this year, the green team decided to re-launch their older GeForce RTX 20 and GTX 16 series GPUs, including fan favorite RTX 2060 and GTX 1660 SUPER cards. Although most of NVIDIA’s focus is on giving gamers access to their new high-end GPUs, crypto miners have other ideas: buy any GPU they can use and cut the overall inventory level. This can be largely attributed to the lack of NVIDIA's CMP series, forcing miners to purchase GPUs suitable for gaming.
NVIDIA has restocked the CMP series and has now decided to refocus on its Ampere GPU product line. Although the Turing architecture will still be produced for crypto miners hoping to get a share of the pie, market prices indicate that interest in cryptocurrencies is waning (although we will not hold our breath).
In the end, all this means that NVIDIA is now spending more time producing its next-generation parts, rather than old, mining-friendly alternatives.
Starting this month, NVIDIA halved the production of its popular RTX 2060 graphics card. Shipments to major partners will also drop significantly. Although this still keeps the production of the GTX 1660 SUPER in good condition, we also expect similar conditions for 16 series GPUs in the coming months. This will further increase the distribution potential of the flagship high-performance 30 series options.
NVIDIA has begun to implement its LHR (Lite Hash Rate) technology on the new Ampere GPU, limiting the potential of such cards. The CMP series products sold very well during their short life cycle, which once again helped stabilize the current GPU market.