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That depends on how big each shipment is.

FWIW I'm inclined to believe for 1080 there is indeed an issue with GDDR5X supply, thereby limiting shippable quantities.

For 1070 nVidia is clearly sandbagging, if the lukewarm price cuts on 980 Ti is any indication.

Surely that gives us a better idea (actual numbers and sizes here), but it puts the Fudzilla article in a better perspective if AIB Partners are getting shipments daily. Think about it this way, have you ever done bulk orders for a large company before (companies that make millions of dollars)? You would realize that having daily shipments of product coming in is quite ridiculous.
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post #62 of 274
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Surely that gives us a better idea (actual numbers and sizes here), but it puts the Fudzilla article in a better perspective if AIB Partners are getting shipments daily. Think about it this way, have you ever done bulk orders for a large company before (companies that make millions of dollars)? You would realize that having daily shipments of product coming in is quite ridiculous.

If that's the case, where are they? It's pretty easy to remain constantly sold out when you're only shipping tens of units at a time. Don't get me wrong, the demand for Pascal is unquestionably very high but that is nothing new for an Nvidia flagship release. It's a fantastic card after all...
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If that's the case, where are they? It's pretty easy to remain constantly sold out when you're only shipping tens of units at a time. Don't get me wrong, the demand for Pascal is unquestionably very high but that is nothing new for an Nvidia flagship release. It's a fantastic card after all...

Do you have proof it's in the tens of units right now? Being in high demand doesn't automatically mean low supply. If the card is in more demand than previous gen cards (makes sense since PC Gaming Market is growing), then even if they had the same amount of supply as previous launches it's irrelevant because they are shattering all their previous numbers.
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No proof, just reacting to the numerous stories of low supply. And given the scarcity of GDDR5X I honestly can't see how supplies COULD be high right now?
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No proof, just reacting to the numerous stories of low supply. And given the scarcity of GDDR5X I honestly can't see how supplies COULD be high right now?
Especialy a 700$+ gpu, where i live the local shop have plenty of 1080 FE ( if you consider 5 units plenty biggrin.gif ) but no aib 1080 and the first shipement will be around mid to end of july according to him.
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No proof, just reacting to the numerous stories of low supply. And given the scarcity of GDDR5X I honestly can't see how supplies COULD be high right now?

It might not be HIGH, it might just be the same as previous launches, meaning NVIDIA was expecting less demand but got more demand than they anticipated (probably by a large margin). So, they based their original supply for Pascal on an amount that was relative to a previous successful launch. However, it turned out that demand was higher than any other previous launch. GN who is communicating directly with AIB partners over this issue stated 2-4 weeks which IMO, doesn't seem like a serious problem. But realistically we don't know what's in the article in the OP because you have to be subscribed. So until we get the inside of that article all we can do is take this article at face value, which is enticing headline.
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NVIDIA was expecting less demand

Don't beleive that at all.I think more the case of launching their products before AMD does even if stock was low.
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Don't beleive that at all.I think more the case of launching their products before AMD does even if stock was low.

That seems highly conspiratorial to believe that over underestimating demand.
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The timing of this article is suspect with Polaris just around the corner and RTG beginning to tease Vega.
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Why would Nvidia expect low demand from a refresh hi-end lineup.The past have learned us that those releases are very popular.
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