Graphics Cards Prices Fall to a Six-Month Low in German Markets

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The graphics card market is gradually beginning to return to some semblance of normalcy in Germany. This is according to the latest pricing trends at major German retailers compiled by 3DCenter, which show the costs of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series and AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series graphics cards falling to levels that haven’t been seen since early this year. Pricing saw a notably steep decline over the last few weeks, with pricing for NVIDIA GPUs and AMD GPUs dropping by 38 percent and 28 percent, respectively. Enthusiasts who are seeking to purchase a new graphics card are advised to continue exercising patience, however, as the latest trends suggest that their pricing may finally dip close to MSRP in just a few weeks.

Image: 3DCenter

Apparently the delivery quantities are currently sufficient, maybe the need is a bit lower because of the summer times (and no longer available on the part of the crypto miners)so that retailers receive more cards than they sell. Since the retailers usually bought their cards from the distributors at an exaggerated price, the big game is now about who can get rid of their expensive stock goods in time to make a profit at all in the face of constantly falling sales prices.

Sources: 3DCenter, Wccftech

Tsing Mui
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