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According to Jon Peddie Research, the video card market grew by 179% over the year to reach $ 11.8 billion

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Experts from the analytical company Jon Peddie Research (JPR) have prepared a report for the second quarter of this year, relating to the market of video cards for desktops, workstations, servers, installations for rendering and mining, as well as for scientific instruments.

According to analysts, the specified market in annual terms grew by 179% and reached $ 11.8 billion. Compared to the first quarter, there is a decrease in supplies, which analysts attribute to the seasonal factor.

Although video cards are produced by a fairly large number of companies (54, according to the JPR calculations), they are all built on GPUs from only two manufacturers – AMD and Nvidia. At the end of the quarter, Nvidia owns 80% of the market.

Last year, the video card market was $ 29 billion. According to JPR experts, in the coming years it will continue to grow steadily, so that in 2023 sales will reach $ 44.1 billion.

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In less than a year, the situation on the video cards and processors market may improve. The head of AMD spoke about the shortage of chips

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AMD CEO Lisa Su expressed her opinion on the duration of the chip shortage. According to her statement, in the first half of 2022, the supply is likely to still be limited.

But already in the second half of next year, the shortage of microcircuits will not be as acute as it is now. How much the situation will change, the head of AMD did not predict, but her vision is still better than that of a number of other specialists who predict improvement only in 2023.

It should be understood that AMD itself does not produce semiconductors, so we are talking about improving the situation in general, which will affect not only AMD, but all other companies as well.

In general, so far most forecasts agree that the situation with the deficit will improve at least in the second half of 2022 or at the beginning of 2023, but no one undertakes to predict when the situation will completely return to normal.

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Akasa releases USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 external SSD enclosure

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Akasa has unveiled an M.2 solid-state drive enclosure. Part number AK-ENU3M2-07 converts this drive into an external SSD with a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 interface with a bandwidth of 20 Gb / s. Installing the drive is done without the use of tools.

Akasa releases USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 external SSD enclosure

The case is made of aluminum and serves as a heatsink to remove excess heat from the drive. The package includes a thermal interface. The kit also includes a braided cable with USB-C connectors at both ends.

Sales of AK-ENU3M2-07 have already started at a price of 70 euros.

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144Hz, Ryzen 7 5800H, and fully featured GeForce RTX 3060 for $ 1,085. Sales of the most powerful laptop Redmi started in China

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From today in China, you can buy not only the Mi Notebook Pro X 14, but also the most powerful Xiaomi laptop at the moment – Redmi G 2021. This model is equipped with a 16.1-inch IPS screen with a frame rate of 144 Hz, an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor and a fully functional GeForce RTX 3060 with a maximum power consumption of 130 watts.

Redmi G 2021 received 16 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD, a powerful Hurricane 3.0 cooling system with five heat pipes and two 12 V fans, a full-size keyboard with customizable backlighting, Wi-Fi 6, an 80 Wh battery, video outputs HDMI 2.0 and Mini Display Port 1.4, USB 3.2 Gen2 and USB-C ports. The weight of the device is 2.7 kg, the price is 1085 dollars.

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