Nvidia starts its "Restocked and Reloaded" campaign to confirm their GPUs are in stock
How long until Nvidia starts giving away games with their GPUs again?
Published: 14th April 2022 | Source: Nvidia |
Nvidia's graphics cards are now in stock, giving Nvidia's marketing teams some work to do
It wasn't long ago that graphics cards were considered unobtanium, either being out of stock at retailers or horrendously overpriced. Today, the GPU market is starting to normalise, and that means that GPUs are now available and in-stock at retailers. Gone are the days that GPUs flew of store shelves as soon as they were made available. Now, GPU manufacturers need to work to sell their products.
Today, it came to our attention that Nvidia has started a new marketing campaign called "Restocked and Reloaded", confirming the more widespread availability of Geforce RTX series graphics cards while advertising their features like DLSS, second-generation Ray Tracing support, Nvidia Reflex support, the company's NVENC video encoder and Nvidia's Geforce Studio drivers.
It has been a while since we have seen a major marketing campaign from a major GPU manufacturer (sorry Intel), and Nvidia's "Restocked and Reloaded" campaign has highlighted that Nvidia and their competitors now need to work to sell their products. Before too long, we expect AMD and Nvidia to start running more lucrative promotions, the kind where they will give away games and other freebees with their GPUs.
Below is what Nvidia says on their website regarding their "Restocked and Reloaded campaign.
GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards are now available! Get the ultimate play with immersive ray tracing, a huge AI performance boost with NVIDIA DLSS, game-winning responsiveness with NVIDIA Reflex, and AI-powered voice & video with NVIDIA Broadcast. Check back here regularly, for great new options.
Nvidia's graphics cards are now readily available at retailers, and GPU pricing is starting to normalise. The GPU shortage is over, let's hope that history does not repeat itself with Nvidia's RTX 40 series.