Power-chips, an essential part in a grand majority of electronics, will continue struggling to meet demand for much longer than we'd have hoped.
COVID-19 has done a number on us gamers, specifically having reduced the availability of new consoles, PCs, and computer parts available.
A recent report from Toshiba, one of the largest suppliers of power chips used in consumer electronics, has dashed our hopes of a brisk end to the supply drought.
Currently, the most used video card (i.e. the computer part used to "power" a video game) by a wide margin is the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, which is almost 3 years old now.
Although today's games are at the cutting edge of graphical fidelity, developers try to provide in-game options to accommodate gamers with less-powerful hardware.
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