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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Galax has issued an official statement regarding some recent allegations that the Nvidia AIB vendor was selling refurbished graphics cards as new. The reports mainly originated around China.
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.
As GPU prices begin to settle slowly creeping back to their MSRP levels, we look at the best graphics card purchases to make across a wide variety of refresh rates for those that game at 1080p.
Over 5,000 illegally imported GPUs that belong to AMD's AIB partner XFX were seized by the Chinese customs authority. The body found that the labelled card specs didn't match the actual GPU specs.
AMD's Navi 23-based Radeon RX 6600, a great 1080p gaming card in the current generation, is selling for as low as $439.99. These are even better prices than the deals we had a couple of weeks ago.
Couple of great GPU deals are live. The AMD Radeon RX 570 is selling on Amazon for really low prices, as low as just $249. Meanwhile, the more powerful RX 6600 is on sale for as low as just $449.99.
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.
Intel GPU head Raja Koduri says that the company is looking at ways and working hard to deliver millions of its upcoming Arc GPUs into the hands of gamers. New Arc wallpapers are now available.
A major Vietnam PC store nguyencongpc (NCPC) was found to be selling EVGA RTX GPUs that were part of a stolen shipment of cards. This was discovered when an NCPC customer tried to file warranty.
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.
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released the latest GPU market share report for Q2 2021. There is overall good news for the market with the exception of AMD which has struggled against rival Nvidia.
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.
Micro Center has issued an apology after the retailer had posted a controversial buying guide for GPUs. In its post, the firm said Nvidia is the better option but cited several wrong reasons for it.
According to a new report today, prices for GPUs are finally coming down. It says that German retailers have noted a significant fall in Nvidia GeForce graphics card prices over the last two months.
Newegg has announced that Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will be available via its Newegg Shuffle tomorrow at 6 AM PT. The new GPU launched on June 1st and comes in at a price of $1,199.
Alleged pictures and specifications of the ASUS variant of Nvidia's CMP 30HX mining card have leaked. The card is reportedly priced at an astounding $799 and Nvidia may be responsible for it.
New Chia cryptocurrency is based on a mechanism that utilizes unused disk space for mining. This has led to massive price hikes of storage parts like hard drives and SSDs in Hong Kong, says a report.
Nvidia is repurposing its rumored RTX 3080 Ti 20GB to the RTX 3090. The company was allegedly preparing the 20GB 3080 Ti model with the same core spec as the 3090 but is apparently scrapping the idea.
PowerColor has announced the 'Hellhound' brand which appears to be an all-new air-cooled variant featuring cards with the blue aesthetic. The Hellhound makes its debut with the Radeon RX 6700 XT.
Nvidia has announced that the Ethereum mining performance on its upcoming RTX 3060 graphics card will be downgraded, and it's also launching dedicated Cryptocurrency Mining Processors.
According to a report, the Radeon RX 6700 XT is launching on March 18. The report reaffirms what we have known from previous leaks. Unsurprisingly, it also adds that the stock will be very limited.
ASRock had filed for trademarking several of AMD's upcoming Radeon RDNA2-based RX 6700 and RX 6600 series models at the EEC. The filing tells us about the memory capacities these things could offer.
In the wake of the current ongoing GPU shortage, Nvidia might be planning to reintroduce its RTX 2060 and 2060 SUPER GPUs. These Turing-based GPUs are still viable 1080p gaming cards.
We are preparing for another super-elusive AMD Radeon RX 6000 series product, this time the RX 6900 XT. A Swiss retailer has confirmed that stock for the upcoming GPU, like its siblings', is low.