NVIDIA, AMD and Intel stop selling video cards in Russia

NVIDIA suspends sales of video cards and its services in Russia due to the aggravated situation in Ukraine. This edition of PCMag told the representative of the company. The GPU manufacturer has not yet made any announcements.

NVIDIA will stop sales of all its products in Russia, but the representative did not disclose details. It is not yet known whether the restrictions apply to manufacturers of video cards and laptops.

Earlier, other manufacturers announced the restriction of iron supplies to Russia. Intel will not import processors, and AMD has also stopped selling its products. Whether this decision will affect other companies that create laptops and game consoles has not yet been reported.

Microsoft, Nintendo, Electronic Arts, CD Projekt RED, Rockstar Games and other companies also stopped selling their goods and games in Russia.

ntel and AMD have stopped deliveries of their products to Russia. This affected not only all processors (Core, Xeon, Ryzen, Epyc, etc.), but also other devices, including AMD Radeon video cards. Companies turned their backs on the Russian market as a result of a special operation by Russian troops in the DPR and LPR.

There will be no more new Core and Ryzen
AMD and Intel companies simultaneously announced a complete cessation of the supply of their products to Russia. These are the largest manufacturers of x86 processors; the vast majority of computers and laptops around the world are built on their Core and Ryzen.

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Manufacturers call the reason for the boycott of the Russian market a special operation of Russia on the territory of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. It is noteworthy that now not only Russians, but also Belarusians will be left without processors – the companies agreed to stop deliveries of their products to Belarus as well.

Representatives of AMD in an interview with PC World officially announced that they would stop deliveries of all their products.

“Due to sanctions imposed on Russia by the United States of America and other countries, AMD is currently suspending sales and distribution of our products in Russia and Belarus. These are all AMD products, including components for personal computers, ”the interview says.
Intel limited itself to a more concise statement:

“…we have suspended all deliveries to customers in Russia and Belarus.”
Obviously, we are talking not only about processors, but also about video cards, server solutions and other products manufactured under the logos of the two brands.

It’s not just about processors The
sanctions from AMD and Intel will deprive Russians of far more than just CPUs. In theory, third-party motherboards based on their chipsets may also disappear from sale.

Also, AMD Radeon video cards, the second most popular after Nvidia’s GeForce, will definitely disappear from stores in the foreseeable future. Intel is also trying to enter the market for discrete graphics cards, so far without success.

At the time of publication of the material, it remained unknown whether Nvidia was going to join the anti-Russian sanctions. Like AMD and Intel, it is also an American company. In the worst case scenario, GeForce video cards will also disappear from the windows of Russian stores.

Also, the fate of the Sony PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series S and Series X game consoles is still unclear. On the one hand, the company has not yet announced the termination of their supply, on the other hand, both consoles carry AMD hardware.

There is no replacement
At the time of publication of the material in Russia, there was not a single processor, comparable in its characteristics to the solutions of Intel or AMD. Intel in October 2021 showed its first-ever Alder Lake series hybrid CPUs at 10nm with high energy efficiency, while AMD is developing 7nm chips and is preparing to move to 5nm.