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AMD, Nvidia GPU Prices Continue Downward Turn

GPU pricing (opens in new tab) Both sides of the split between the Red and Green teams have continued their course to Earth. According to the German site, at least in Germany, the best graphics cards are now available for less than his 90% of his MSRP. 3D center (opens in new tab) analysis.

3D Center’s latest figures plot July minimum retail prices at major German retailers against US MRSP. This means that prices are not necessarily what we see in the US, but may indicate broader trends. Prices are higher on the continent.

If promotions and game bundles don’t work out, only further price cuts can motivate gamers to buy new graphics cards in the current market conditions. Add to that the cryptocurrency crash that sees demand hurting as production ramps up to offset chip shortages, and added hints on the horizon that a new generation of pixel pushers are about to be released, making for a bargain. Opportunities become richer.

GPU pricing (Image credit: 3D Center)

Radeon RX 6000 (Big Navi) cards are down a bit from the end of July at 84% MRSP, with mid-range AMD fans seemingly the luckiest. The Radeon RX 6800 is the first of AMD’s current-generation cards to launch, so it’s likely to be the first to replace it, so it’s getting a hefty discount. Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 30 series (Ampere) cards are next to come, averaging 87% MRSP while the broader market is around 90% away from his MRSP.

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