The price decline continues

On May 9, we give you a recap of price trends based on statements from the 3DCenter.org site. Now, two days from June, what is it? Concretely, the price decline continues and the recommended prices are almost certainly being reached. In fact, we are alone 102% of the MSRP for AMD graphics cards and 106% for NVIDIA. In comparison, at the beginning of May we were at + 14% from the MSRP price and + 7% from AMD.

NVIDIA RTX 3000 and AMD Radeon RX 6000: + 6% MSRP price at NVIDIA and + 2% at AMD

In addition to declining prices, we can see from the chart that mining demand continues to decline. Because yes, even if some people think so, it’s not our instruction to unlock the LHR 100% on NVIDIA graphics cards that will increase demand for miners. At the same time, the availability of the card continues to increase. Keep in mind that to keep track of prices, the 3DCenter site is based on the German and Austrian markets. It doesn’t automatically show what’s available in France, however a general trend.

Let’s also specify thatthis is a common : if we are on average +6%of NVIDIA’s MSRP, it means that for some models we are lower (e.g. +2%) and for other models above (e.g. +15%). Needless to say this is fake news because the pattern you are targeting is still 10% above the MSRP price. To see the details of the prices recorded, it is in the source.

Let’s also consider that the cards closest to MSRP prices don’t have to be the highest models like the ROG STRIX for ASUS or even the SUPRIM X for MSI. But that’s normal, these cards are always more expensive than many entry/mid-range cards like the DUAL range from ASUS or GAMING from GIGABYTE because they benefit from more features and are more advanced factory OCs.

However, let’s not forget one important thing: the next generation NVIDIA RTX 4000 graphics card is rumored to arrive as early as August for the NVIDIA RTX 4090. The RTX 4080 will come next followed by the NVIDIA RTX 4070 for month of October /November. In the same timeframe, we expect the next generation of AMD Radeon RX 7000 graphics card.

3DCenter.org MSRP Price in detail Best price against the MSRP In change
Radeon RX 6950 XT $ 1099 1229-1400 € from 1229 € +1%
Radeon RX 6900 XT $ 999 969-1100 € from 969 € -12% –11PP
Radeon RX 6800 XT* $ 649 879-1050 € from 879 € + 22% –5PP
Radeon RX 6800* $ 579 865-1050 € from 865 € + 35% -1PP
Radeon RX 6750 XT $ 549 609-700 € from 609 € ± 0
Radeon RX 6700 XT* $ 479 529-600 € from 529 € ± 0 –11PP
Radeon RX 6650 XT $ 399 449-500 € from 449 € +2%
Radeon RX 6600 XT $ 379 429-480 € from 429 € +2% +3PP
Radeon RX6600 $ 329 325-380 € from 325 € -11% –8PP
Radeon RX 6500 XT $ 199 178-240 € from 178 € –19% –8PP
Radeon RX6400 $ 159 179-210 € from 179 € +2% +1 PP
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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 GPU priced on May 29, 2022
3DCenter.org MSRP Price in detail Best price against the MSRP In change
GeForce RTX 3090Ti $ 1999 2079-2250 € from 1999 € -10% –5PP
GeForce RTX 3090 $ 1499 1699-1900 € from 1620 € -2% –8PP
GeForce RTX 3080Ti $ 1199 1249-1400 € from 1200 € -tens% –6PP
GeForce RTX 3080 12GB ($ 849) 999-1200 € from 990 € +5% –13PP
GeForce RTX 3080 10GB * $ 699 869-1050 € from 869 € +12% –2PP
GeForce RTX 3070Ti $ 599 719-850 € from 719 € +8% –3PP
GeForce RTX 3070 * $ 499 619-720 € from 619 € +12% –9PP
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti * $ 399 534-600 € from 534 € + 21% -10PP
GeForce RTX 3060 $ 329 409-470 € from 409 € +12% -1PP
GeForce RTX 3050 $ 249 310-380 € from 310 € +12% –12PP
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