Data shows that the average price of AMD RX 6000 series graphics cards in Europe has dropped

A German and Austrian statistics agency, the prices of both NVIDIA RTX 30 and AMD RX 6000 graphics cards have dropped significantly over the past few months. The report clearly shows that graphics cards have never been easier to buy, and pricing is gradually returning to normal levels. At present, AMD Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards are approaching an all-time low in nearly 13 months.

On average, Nvidia RTX 30-series cards are now priced at around 157% of the MSRP (suggested retail price), a 20-point drop from January 23 (177%). Meanwhile, the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series hit its lowest price since January 17, 2021, and is currently trading at around 145% MSRP, down 18% in a few weeks.

Compared to previous data, European partners can now get some models from both suppliers at many retailers at the early stage of the market, and they believe this trend will continue. 

The data shows that the lower-end Radeon RX 6500XT and GeForce RTX 3050 New Edition are approaching the MSRP, and the RX 6500XT is only a 17% premium. The bad news is that some graphics cards are still priced ridiculously, such as the RTX 3070 series. They believe that at this stage, the RX 6900XT is a better choice than the RTX 3090.

Bobantang has previously reported that some manufacturers have begun to reduce the cost price in the first half of February, such as ASUS, and ASUS has recently launched a variety of "original price" N cards, interested friends. You can follow on your own.

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