Graphics and processor prices expected to increase 9% in 2023, says TSMC

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta June 29, 2022
Updated 2022/06/29 at 1:03 PM

One of the consequences of the pandemic was the significant price increase in the hardware sector, largely due to the shortage of components that led to the lack of stock of this equipment.

However, and if lately we have seen an adjustment in the price of these products to values ​​closer to normal, it seems that this will not be guaranteed in the near future. According to the latest information, TSMC believes that the price of graphics cards and processors could increase by up to 9% in the next year 2023.




GPUs and CPUs could be 9% more expensive in 2023

After the COVID-19 pandemic, there is one more problem that is worrying technology lovers, especially in the hardware sector. according to informationthe increase in the prices of graphics cards and processors is expected to increase due to the rising inflation that we are currently witnessing.

Therefore, now TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company), which is the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world, warns that the price of graphics cards and processors could increase between 6% and 9% as of January 2023 .

And this forecast doesn't seem to come at the best time, as the big three manufacturers, TSMC, Samsung and Intel, are focused and committed to accelerating chip production to meet market demand and the manufacture of next generation equipment. But neither companies nor users are willing to open their purse strings to pay gold again for products, especially those that are not essential. In addition, the increase also takes place at a time when the economic crisis is increasingly evident and essential goods are increasingly expensive.

That concern aside, life is going well for TSMC, as it looks like reports the company will be releasing shortly towards the end of the second quarter suggest the Taiwanese giant may overtake rival Intel in sales for the first time.

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