Intel said the shortage of graphics cards and CPUs may last until at least 2023

You may have heard of the global chip shortage by now: this is one of the reasons PS5 Inventory has always been difficult to grasp, and it affects the usability of the product Xbox Series X/S So is the console.

Sony has previously stated that it expects supply chain problems to continue until 2022, and Xbox estimates that it will solve the problem in the summer of 2021.

Now, in an interview NBC Finance Channel (pass through VGC), Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger pointed out that these problems may continue until 2023.

“We are now in the worst period. We will gradually get better every quarter next year, but they will not achieve a balance between supply and demand until 2023,” Gelsinger told the website.

We have heard that rival company AMD said that the shortage will last at least until the second half of 2021, and then said that the situation will “get better in 2022”-but Intel must raise its eyebrows by adding another year to this number.

Between global supply chain issues, the continuing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the general semiconductor shortage, the supply of graphics cards and CPUs around the world has been in short supply.

Blockchain miners have also caused problems for the industry, although the Chinese government has recently cracked down on the industry and banned crypto transactions, so the situation may improve in the short term.

If you are still struggling to get the graphics card you want-even a new generation of game consoles-it makes sense that your waiting time may be a little longer than you initially thought.