NVIDIA warns of mining card collapse: a large number of second-hand graphics cards will hit the game market – nVIDIA – cnBeta.COM

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Judging from the financial report released by NVIDIA two days ago, the upsurge of graphics card mining has passed. Now the computing power of miners has hardly increased, and the game graphics card market will become the focus again. At present, the supply of graphics cards is also recovering, and the price is also Descended back. What’s next? NVIDIA addressed some of the risks in its SEC 10-Q filing that the changes could affect their results.

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One of the important risks is that after the mining card crashes,The market demand for graphics cards will decline, and at the same time, a large number of second-hand graphics cards will flood into the market, which will put pressure on graphics card manufacturers, sales channels and other channels, and even return products to suppliers.

Regarding the risk described by NVIDIA, players who have experienced mining disasters for 18 years should understand how much impact second-hand mining cards have on the game graphics card market. At that time, the popular RX 580 sold for one or two thousand or even higher when mining was hot. After the mine disaster, the second-hand price is only three or four hundred yuan,Nin the cardGTX 1060There is a similar situation.

At present, it has not reached that level. Whether AMD or NVIDIA graphics cards, it has only fallen to around the issue price, and the price of second-hand graphics cards is also much cheaper, but it has not yet reached the level of seriously impacting market sales.

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