The United States’ increasing restrictions on Chinese semiconductor technology are sparing no one, not even high-end graphics cards like the RTX 4090, which are primarily targeted at consumers. There is no 30-day buffer period, and the restrictions are being imposed directly.
According to the latest reports, multiple AIC (Add-In Card) brands have confirmed that the RTX 4090 series will be completely banned from sale in China after November 17th. It is advisable to treasure any available stock.
After this date, it may become difficult to obtain both AD102 chips and RTX 4090 graphics card products. NVIDIA and AIC brands will be forced to continue selling their existing inventory.
To maximize sales before the ban goes into effect, various graphics card brands are increasing their efforts to release the RTX 4090 series.
In particular, a certain “G” brand released a significant quantity of RTX 4090 series cards in October, providing many supplies to their distributors, significantly more than other brands.