The prices of graphics cards have more or less stabilized over the last month or so. Unfortunately for gamers, they’ve come to a standstill a fair bit over the official MSRPs (+40-60%). Data compiled by 3DCenter shows that while the prices of NVIDIA’s RTX 30-series GPUs fell nominally, the Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards saw a slight increase in the market price over the last 2-3 weeks, much like the previous period.
This increase in Radeon graphics card prices is likely related to increased shipments of Big Navi graphics cards. Till now, it was primarily the RX 6700 XT which was available across retailers, with the 6800 XT and 6900 XT being out of stock. Stocks aren’t anywhere close to normal though. The RX 6800 and 6800 XT are available in limited quantities, well over the MSRP. The RX 6900 XT and 6700 XT are doing somewhat better, but it’s still hard to justify a purchase as prices are still a fair bit over the MSRPs.
On NVIDIA’s side, supply is notably better, but the prices are even worse than their Radeon counterparts. The GeForce RTX 3090 is priced close to the €3,000 mark, the RTX 3080 Ti over € 1,500, and the RTX 3080 €1,200 and €1,500 for the most part. Down the ladder, we have the RTX 3070 Ti going for over €1,000 and the 3070 a hundred bucks or so lower. Finally, the RTX 3060 is priced over €600, with its Ti sibling between €650 and €850. Going by these figures, it looks like it’ll be a while before GPU prices actually return to normal.