MasterMinerI hold forth no opinion as to “right” or “wrong”. But the way things are going - buy your gear now. The world is far more intertwined than you may think.It’s gonna get ugly.
Brad_HawthorneMasterMinerI hold forth no opinion as to “right” or “wrong”. But the way things are going - buy your gear now. The world is far more intertwined than you may think.It’s gonna get ugly.Of course you hold an opinion. I'm quoting the hysterics.
kelkel1Or... we could build stuff here in America.
Deliriouswell, if video cards are hard to find, maybe my used ones will appreciate in value and I can sell them. Wait for hardware prices to fall back down and then buy new.
GTXJackBauerI mean if the beginning of 2020 was any indication...
ty_ger07Lucky for me, I don't feel the impulsive need to upgrade my computer every year. GTX 1080 and 3770k is still going strong for my purposes. Wake me up when its about my mortgage, stocks, or precious metals.
Nereus Running an i9-9900k + 2080Ti, not much point 'upgrading' to Z490 so... nope.
Sep 23rd, 2019The US Trade Representative on Friday granted a reprieve to the increased tariffs being levied at China-imported electronic goods. The exemption, valid for one year until 20th August 2020, includes some products that will be welcome to PC hardware enthusiasts, including motherboards, graphics cards, desktop cases, "mouse input devices" valued over $70, "trackpad input units" valued at over $100, and power supply units that output more than 500 W.Source