AMD as well as Nvidia graphics cards remain at a low as of today, and you can buy the Radeon RX 6000 GPU and upgrade your gaming computer at a price that is 14% lower that MSRP prices in Germany
AMD graphics cards are currently at a record price, and a recent update suggests that you can purchase the Radeon RX 6000 for 14 percent less than the recommended retail price. The Nvidia RTX 3000 graphics cards are also on sale at a price that is 9% lower than MSRP, making it cheaper than ever before to update your gaming computer with the latest generation of GPU.
Based on market research by 3DCenter, AMD Radeon and Nvidia GeForce graphics cards such as that of RX 6950XT or RTX 3090 Ti, are on sale at a price that is lower than the MSRP. You can purchase the former model in Germany at a price of less than EUR1,000 while you can get the top-of-the-line RTX 3000 model for just less than EUR1,400.
You can pick up a selection from AMD RX 6000 GPUs at a lower cost, but low-end or mid-tier Nvidia SKUs don’t come affordable. Some models like the RTX 3060 have price tags that are inflated that could indicate an increased demand for budget designs over the more expensive powerhouse models.
While prices for current generation are at an all-time low, it’s still not the ideal moment to purchase an entirely new GPU. AMD RDNA 3 is in the works and we might be seeing RTX 4000 cards appearing in the next month.
But it’s true that GPU prices are finally lower than MSRP is a positive indication, particularly considering that it took them the longest to fall below MSRP. There’s also a possibility that Nvidia’s scheduled RTX 4000 announcement may be delayed due to an apparent shortage of RTX 3000 cards. Also, the current generation of cards could be an option to PC gamer, particularly when they’re inexpensive and easily accessible.