According to a new report by Counterpoint Research, the prevalence of PC component deaths will continue to decline in the second half of the year. The market research firm analyzed demand-supply gaps and information from a variety of industry sources to create a time-based picture of ingredient concentration levels. Below you can see the graph showing that many key PC components will remain unaffected by supply chain issues by the end of the year.
The graphic is quite clear, but some key points need to be noted. A series of three dots means demand outstrips supply by up to 30%, while a red dot represents an imbalance of 10%. According to the analysis, we will not see two- or three-level problems in the PC supply chain in the second part of 2022. However, with a 10% tranche, the supply problem unfortunately continues until the end of the year.
When we look closely at the graph, we see that the problem in the external GPU category (single point) is low. However, we have witnessed a rapid decline in graphics card prices recently.
Finally, Counterpoint states that some integrated circuits (ICs) used by PC plug-in cardollarsari and anakardollarsar will be insufficient in 2022. These are PMICs and Wi-Fi chips. There is good progress with PMICs as the problems are down to 10%. But the small but annoying problem of Wi-Fi chips seems to be a constant problem for the industry since the first half of 2021.