AMD’s Big Navi graphics card could have been in shorter supply on their launch than rival Nvidia’s Ampere models, at least going by one report – which is pretty disappointing news, particularly as it was suggested that RX 6000 GPUs would be more plentiful than Nvidia managed.VideoCardz has highlighted stats from one particular European retailer, as well as providing an overview of some other stockists’ troubles with getting supply of RX 6800 and 6800 XT models.AMD Radeon RX 6800: we’re keeping an eye on stock levels hereWe’ll show you how to build a PCThese are the best graphics cardsThe figures come from Danish retailer Proshop, which VideoCardz has been monitoring for Nvidia’s RTX 3000 stock levels in recent times. As the site points out, and as everyone saw, both the RTX 3080 and 3090 were extremely thin on the ground at launch, but RTX 3070 numbers were ‘in the hundreds’ for Proshop before it hit the virtual shelves.Obviously that still wasn’t enough – not nearly – to cope with demand, but on the AMD front, Proshop has only received and sold 125 RX 6800 and 6800 XT GPUs, most of them (100) being the former, and all of them reference boards.As for third-party custom… Read full this story
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