NVIDIA and AMD Drops Their GPU Prices by 90% Ahead of Next-Gen Releases
As AIBs struggle to get rid of graphics card inventory to create a place for next-gen goods, NVIDIA and AMD GPU prices are going down. According to 3DCenter, current price trends indicate that current-generation GPUs have dropped below 90% of their MSRP, which is especially exciting for customers as now they can easily afford high-end GPUs.
The cost of current-generation graphics cards is expected to become more aggressive, according to reports that have surfaced in recent weeks from NVIDIA, AMD, and its partners. Along with a sharp decrease in pricing, the crypto crisis has also led to a significant decline in demand due to a decline in the general consumer market (PC).
While it appears that price reductions have brought GPU prices below 90% of MSRP, this may be the last attempt to clear out all remaining graphics card inventory. The AMD Radeon RX 6000 series is now priced at 84% less than its MSRP, while the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series is currently priced on average 87% less than its MSRP.
Given that we are getting closer to the release of the next-generation graphics cards, it is probable that the decreasing pricing trend for NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 30 and AMD Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards won’t end here.