It was earlier reported thatNVIDIA decided to discontinue the RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2060, GTX 1660 Super, and GTX 1660 to promote the RTX 30 series of graphics cards.
It is mentioned in the message that the production lines of four series of NV mid-range product lines, RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2060, GTX 1660 Super and GTX 1660, have been stopped, so that the core AIC brand can digest the inventory, and some brand 2060 series have been consumed.
This led to concerns that the NV would no longer sell $1000 graphics cards, leaving the market to Intel and AMD. Really?
Digitimes quoted from the supply chain as saying that NVIDIA would not do this for the time being. The reason why Nvidia stopped production of RTX 2060, etc., is that it has been long enough and relevant materials have been used up.
Another reason is to clear the inventory of RTX 30 series as soon as possible to prepare for more new products in the future.
From the perspective of supply chain professionals, even if NV wants to transform into high-end or enterprise market, the consumer market will not give up easily, which is an important link between them and third-party manufacturers.