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Russia PC Shortages Spark Wave of PC Upgrades

After Russia invaded Ukraine in late February, large hardware and software companies began leaving the country to never support a bloody war. According to media reports, the world’s leading PC makers do not officially sell their systems in Russia, leaving many end users to buy components to repair or upgrade existing machines.

In Russia, in the first nine months of 2021, sales of PC components for desktops and laptops are reported to have increased two to four times year-on-year. C-news (opens in new tab)According to data from major retailers such as M.Video-Eldorado and Ozon, Russians buy almost anything they can install themselves, including graphics cards, processors, memory, solid state drives, hard drives, motherboards, and PC chassis. It looks like you’re buying PC parts. , and wild berries.

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