According to Ryan Shrout of Shrout Research, both AMD and NVIDIA will be negatively affected by the new 10% tariff on $200 billion of imports from China. Mr Shrout notes that NVIDIA was already under pressure from consumers for the high price of the RTX series and "it is unlikely that it or its partners will simply absorb the added costs of the tariff." Shrout expects price conscious consumers to "lash out" as price increases are inevitable since the "vast majority" of video cards are made in China and a move to Taiwan will take time. The article notes that 60% of NVIDIA's sales in July came from its gaming graphics division while only 25% of AMD's revenue was attributed to its graphics division. Bank of America Merrill Lynch expects a 5-10% price increase on NVIDIA's RTX series. This has led the two graphics card juggernauts to reveal plans to lessen the burden of the tafiffs. AMD issued this statement about the tariffs: "We are working closely with our customers and partners to mitigate potential impacts related to the tariffs on AMD-based products. From all that we know today, we do not expect the US tariffs to have a material impact on our business." An NVIDIA spokesperson was also questioned about plans to lower the impact of tariffs and this was their statement: "There's relatively little direct impact on us. We understand that most of our partners have moved or are moving their impacted assembly work to Taiwan and Mexico, which aren't affected by the tariffs." Please try to be respectful to one another. A good way to do that is to leave as much politics that attacks another person out of the discussion. Stay on topic and respectful to each other and you will have a great day on the forums!