AMD announced AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics cards last August 14, a release that was marked by high demand and a major supply shortage.
We are not sure how much the two elements influenced, but it is clear that there is a clear lack of stocks in the main international retailers and that this is also affecting the prices of AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics cards.
In general, the entire graphics industry is in a rather convulsive stage, where demand is huge and both AMD and NVIDIA are having difficulty delivering a supply in line with that, especially in the mid- and mid-range (Radeon series RX 500 and GTX 1060).
According to source, the situation will not improve until next October, when it will be easier to find AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics at the recommended retail price that AMD gave at the time ($ 499 in its air-cooled version).
The source of the news explains that the Vega 10 graphics cores are very complex and that this currently limits the productive capacity of AMD, although other sources point to the provision of HBM2 memory.
We remind you that at the time the Sunnyvale Company issued an official statement clarifying the following points:
- The recommended price of the Radeon RX Vega 64 in its standard version has not changed, it remains at $ 499.
- This price is not a special or limited offer, but something permanent.
- They are working to improve the stock levels of all versions and packs of the Radeon RX Vega 64.