Intel CEO believes the CPU and GPU shortage crisis will last into 2023


Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger made quite the bold claim, stating in a recent interview with CNBC that both the gaming CPU and graphics card shortages could last as far as 2023. While he’s weighed in on the issue before, this is the first time he’s named a specific year. 

Gelsinger believes that while the semiconductor shortages that have plagued the tech industry will marginally improve over time, he doesn’t think there will be a “supply-demand balance until 2023.” He still remains optimistic about the increase in PC sales, however, believing that the trend will continue in the future.



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