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AMD GPUs are -25% Under MSRP, NVIDIA RTX GPUs -17% Under Official Prices: RX 6900 at $748 ($251 Off)

GPU prices have continued to drop since the Ethereum crash last year. Market prices have dipped well below the MSRPs for the first time this cycle. According to a report from 3DCenter, NVIDIA’s RTX 30 series “Ampere” graphics cards are cheaper by 9% while AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 “RDNA 2” GPUs are discounted by 14% on average. Keep in mind that this is the aggregate of GPU prices across the German market, and doesn’t represent global market figures.

Moving over to Newegg US, the Radeon RX 6900 XT is now down to just $748.99, a decline of $251 from its launch price of $999, or 25%. The ASRock Phantom Gaming D comes with a triple fan heatsink, RGB lighting, and a metal backplate. It has a GPU core boost clock of 2,340MHz, 3x DP 1.4 ports, and one HDMI 2.1 VRR port.

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The GeForce RTX 3090 which debuted at $1,499 can now be had for $1,249. That’s a discount of $259 or 17% off the official sticker price. It too comes with a triple fan heatsink and a metal backplate, although the thermals of the TUF series aren’t the best. It has a boost clock of 1,770MHz, 3x display ports, and 2x HDMI ports.

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