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>Global GPU and semiconductor shortage (thanks to shitcoin mining and US-chink trade war respectively)

Gamingbros… It's over for us…


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Gaymerz are fags, and I welcome the day when developers are forced to optimize their code, because they can't rely on the power of average consoomer hardware to run their bloated shit.



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It just keep happning



Why don't the companies literally just make more? Are they literally that fucking stupid?



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>Just make more of it out of thin air lol

I don't think that's how supply chains work

The modern economy is quite complex my man



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This is true. I think that ship that went sideways in the canal should have been a fucking wakeup call to all of those retards out there that think they could solve all the world's problems with their stupid ass idea of how things should work.



This is just hearsay from a blog i follow but noteworthy nonetheless;

"not only are the craftsmen missing but even the simplest building materials such as:
- Wood
- Structural steel
- Concrete
- stones
- drainage pipes

And if you still get something, then only at exorbitant prices.
Example roof batten: At the end of 2020 this cost around € 0.45 per running meter, now it's already € 2.50.

in the case of wood, there are supposed to be massive purchases from the USA and China, in the case of the drainage pipes there should be a lack of raw materials for production. Stones (the white sand-lime bricks) were problematic 25 years ago - now again.

We only notice a few things because we are currently building and the craftsmen have problems. The bottom has just been poured and the order given to the carpenter and he needs € 13,000 more, because despite a firm order the supplier suddenly wants more.
Even firm commitments are only delivered to the craftsmen in pieces, because the building material dealers can't get anything

If you haven't started building yet, you'd better put it back at the moment.
One could also file this under inflation and supply shortages."



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Same thing about the lumber prices/shortages in the US too;


Defo will be shifting back to putting prepping above all else again



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