The cost of AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards is gradually approaching the recommended prices


Analytical resource 3DCenter published another report for April on price trends for video cards Radeon RX 6000 and GeForce RTX 3000.

This statistic is the most accurate representation of the GPU market based on data from German and Austrian retailers. It is also the longest analysis of its kind, and began around the same time that prices soared last January.

Prices have been consistently declining since the beginning of the year, the cost exceeded the recommended by 80%, and now the overvaluation is about 12-19%. This means that current generation graphics cards haven’t been that cheap for a while. 16 months. Each report is typically published every three weeks and shows a double digit percentage point change. As a result, in the next report, you can see the real recommended prices.

According to the data, the availability of current generation graphics cards has never been so attractive. Probably because customers are waiting for the price to go down, just a few months before the release of the next generation of GPUs. But for now AMD and NVIDIA price drops have yet to be announced, and both companies are reluctant to increase sales of gaming solutions, which has usually been the case for previous generations.

Manufacturers are expected to introduce new graphics cards around six months later. AMD is also going to introduce the updated Radeon RX 6X50XT series based on the RDNA2 architecture in May. Since current prices are consistently decreasing at such a pace, there is confidence that the next report will already see prices in line with the recommended ones.

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