Nvidia RTX 30 graphics cards continue to drop in price slightly. The most profitable in terms of the size of the margin is the GeForce RTX 3090
A couple of weeks ago, the rapid reduction in the price of video cards in the European market slowed down, and some models even went up in price. Today, prices are back in motion.
Recall that we are considering the lowest prices for Europe, comparing them with early values.
|RX 6700 XT||RX 6800||RX 6800 XT||RX 6900 XT||RTX 3060||RTX 3060 Ti||RTX 3070||RTX 3080||RTX 3090|
|Minimum price at 26.06, euros||730||960||1100||1430||600||720||890||1290||1970|
|Minimum price at 12.07, euros||700||1000||1188||1530||600||730||852||1250||1990|
|The minimum price at the moment, euros||700||1050||1167||1480||580||690||820||1300||1925|
As you can see, some video cards have risen in price, but some have started to fall in price again. Moreover, when compared with prices from June 26, then almost all AMD video cards have risen in price. Nvidia’s adapters, on the other hand, have for the most part dropped in price relative to any previous value, reaching their lowest prices in about six months, if not more.
At the moment, the closest thing to the recommended price is the GeForce RTX 3090, the markup for which is 24%.
The availability of graphics cards has also improved, although, of course, prices and assortments can vary greatly from market to market.