Dell Stops Selling Graphics Components To China And 22 Other Countries


Technology restrictions imposed by the United States government on Chinese technology companies are now entering the consumer component market as well, with graphics cards such as the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 no longer being sold in that market.

Recently, Dell is also seen to have issued a notice saying that they will stop selling a number of gaming and industrial graphics cards to the Chinese market and a number of other countries. Graphics cards no longer sold in these markets include AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT, AMD Radeon MI210, MI250, MI 250X and MI300. From NVIDIA, the NVIDIA A800, A6000 ADA and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards will no longer be sold, and from Intel, all Intel Gaudi graphics cards will no longer be sold.

Apart from the Chinese market, these graphics cards will also not be sold in countries such as Afghanistan, Burma, Cambodia, Haiti, Iran, Iraq, Macau, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and so on.

This sales restriction occurs because Dell, as a company based in the United States has to follow a number of new trade laws set by the government.

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