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GPU Prices Start to Reduce

GPU Prices Start To Tumble

GPU Prices Start to Tumble

GPU Prices Start To Tumble

We've been seeing some gradual levels of normality returning to the GPU world in recent times. As the global pandemic eases a little and fewer people are stuck indoors wanting to upgrade their rigs, added to the reduction in the need to get into the murky world of cryptocurrency as a way to supplement your income, so prices are creeping down.

Unsurprisingly we've got way too much other work to do to follow every possible outlet, but a German website, 3DCenter has very diligently crunched the numbers of an array of popular models and their pricing in a variety of places to put some hard numbers behind this price fall. 

GPU Prices Start to Tumble  

Whilst it might be the German market they're focussing upon, it's nice to have some hard data that backs up the general feeling across the marketplace in recent weeks of things stabilising and almost returning to normal. eBay prices are still way beyond what one might expect from a second hand card, and yet similarly are showing a fast fall in average prices.

Perhaps the darkest days of £1000 for a £300 card are finally over and we can all get down to the business of paying reasonable money for our graphical heavyweights.

Is this a trend you've noted too? Let us know on the OC3D Forums.

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06-07-2021, 14:26:47

Warchild
On top of that, I see my usual website has hundreds of the 3080ti in stock. Sadly while prices are indeed lower, they still start from 17,999kr £1500 going upwards of £2000Quote

06-07-2021, 14:59:11

Lyca50
I've noticed prices going down in general and there is actually stock on Novatech recently, however the prices are fluctuating almost on a daily basis, yesterday cheaper today up almost £100.00 on 3070ti's. Personally I'm going to wait it out till next year, but as long as GPU's are tied to crypto stock markets we can expect prices to bounce up and down. Its all quite interesting how business works but frustrating as I was going to upgrade my from my 1070 earlier this year.Quote

06-07-2021, 16:27:20

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
On top of that, I see my usual website has hundreds of the 3080ti in stock. Sadly while prices are indeed lower, they still start from 17,999kr £1500 going upwards of £2000
From what I can tell in the US all 3000 series still out of stock and prices for everything above a 3060 still haven't changed. 3060 went from $800-950 to around $550-650. I can't tell any other difference though. Probably retailers not budging just making more.Quote

06-07-2021, 16:39:19

tgrech
Noticed the scalper prices for RTX FE cards have dropped a lot on eBay over the last month or two too, presumably as Scan have started to meet demand betterQuote

06-07-2021, 16:40:34

Dicehunter
Good to see but I'm not buying until the next gen of cards comes out next year, Along with this price decrease trend hopefully stock will greatly improve.Quote
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