Taiwan mobo brands to benefit from new CPUs and GPUs in 4Q20

The rule of the world is supply and demand.  When supplies are good they can meet demand and make money.  When demand is down nobody buys, supplies are in excess and companies lose money.  When demand is high and supplies are low it just pisses people off.

With the launch of just about everything in 2020 there are bound to be winners and losers and is seems Taiwan hardware makers are looking at a banner year.

Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card brands, and their upstream component suppliers are expected to see sales grow in the fourth quarter of 2020, thanks to the new PC hardware released by Intel, AMD and Nvidia.

Following Intel's releases of 10th generation Core S series desktop processors in May, targeting the high-end gaming market, Nvidia's latest GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs will also hit store shelves in September. AMD's Zen 3-based Ryzen processors and RDNA 2-based Radeon 6000 series GPUs will also debut in October.

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Nvidia also recently announced the GeForce RTX 3090, 3080 and 3070 based on its Ampere architecture and will release them gradually in the near future.

All of these vote well for hardware makers and should make plenty of hardware enthusiasts and gamers happy this holiday season.

Check out the full story at Digitimes

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