We already have an update on GPU prices in the European market, and unsurprisingly, prices continue to drop noticeably. To be exact, the average of all GPUs in amd They present a price which is 8% discount on the recommended pricewhile in the case of Nvidia the average still shows a slight surcharge of 2%.
In the case of AMD, this average is favored by the Radeon RX6500XTwhich he saw as his prize is 23% lower than recommended. Very close is also the AMD Radeon RX-6600which saw its price drop by 20% and in third position the Radeon RX6950XT with a price that is set at 16% less than the recommended price.
On the completely opposite side are the Radeon RX 6800 and Radeon RX 6800 XTwhich have an additional cost of 6 and 3 percent (vs. 35% and 22% as of May 30), i.e. the most interesting range for gamers is the one with the highest prices.
In the case of NVIDIA, we finally see the first GPUs below its recommended price, and these are the GeForces RTX-3090Ti (-16%), GeForce RTX-3080Ti (-13%), GeForce RTX-3090 (-8%) and GeForce RTX 3080 12GB (-of them%).
Opposite, the most interesting GPU for the average gamer, the GeForce RTX-3060Tihas a 17% premium, followed by the GeForce RTX-3050 (+13%) and the GeForces RTX-3060 (+11%), which shows that the most efficient models are those that reflect the premium the most.
A small price drop for the decline that surrounds the GPU market
Remember that we are talking about recommended prices for graphics cards that carry up to 2 years on the marketand with a second-hand market set to explode after the mining craze, and with a new generation of GPUs just months away from official launch, it’s clear that lower prices It is insufficient and that prices are to be expected to continue to fall significantly in the coming weeks.
As a clear example of this we have the Radeon RX 6800 / XT, which went from a 35% and 22% overcharge to 6% and 3% respectively, and all this in just 3 weeks exactlyso you can already imagine what will continue to happen in the weeks to come.
via: 3D Center