The latest pricing data for graphics cards for the month of April-May has some fantastic revelation for gamers. That's because both AMD Radeon and Nvidia GeForce GPUs are finally close to MSRP.
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The vBIOS details for a couple of AMD RX 6950 XT variants, the upcoming flagship RDNA 2 refresh GPU, have leaked. The leak provides some interesting details about the upcoming Radeon product.
As graphics card prices continue tumbling slowly, Asus has confirmed that it will be cutting Nvidia RTX 3000 GPU prices starting in April. A bit strangely, no mention of AMD Radeon was made.
The MSI SUPRIM X variant of the upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti has been listed at a couple of online retail stores in Japan. The card is labeled as a backorder product and priced at more than US$5,500.
As we enter 2022, GPU prices are showing no signs of coming down according to the latest data from German retailers. There are even months when availability improved but prices did not.
Testing shows Nvidia's new RTX 2060 12GB graphics card is extremely efficient at cryptocurrency mining. The GPU is producing efficiency levels of close to 400kH/J. The card can also game decently.
AMD's Mark Papermaster. in a recent interview, stated that he believes the semiconductor market will be back to normalcy in 2023 starting in 2H 2022. Intel and Nvidia also agree with the timeframe.
GPU prices have started to slowly but steadily rise once again after a couple of large and promising dips in the previous quarter. Currently, the cards are around 70% more expensive than MSRP levels.
A report alleges that Nvidia's RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti, or many more graphics card models could be facing supply problems from September due to recent lockdowns in China for new COVID outbreaks.
AMD recently launched the RX 6600 XT for $379, a price higher than many expected. The company's justification is the doubling of memory prices which is indeed true, according to price listings online.