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Pakistan to Tax Graphics Cards Based on Onboard Memory

GPU prices may be dropping, but graphics cards are still expensive. Some people are trying to save on import duties by declaring lower values. However, this was clearly unacceptable to the government, so Pakistan now uses the on-board memory capacity to calculate import taxes on GPUs.

Starting in August, Pakistani customs will reportedly assess the value of graphics cards according to the amount of memory installed, adding an import tax of 36%, regardless of the graphics processor used. INCPak (via video cards). The government has issued special valuation rules setting the price of a graphics board with 4 GB of memory at $65, a card with 12 GB at $328, and a card with 24 GB of RAM at $540.

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