NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 GPUs Expected to Be Priced in August

In recent months, there has been a downward trend in the prices of NVIDIA’s GPUs. This trend can be attributed to several reasons, but the most predominant seems to be the fact that interest in crypto mining has declined, meaning miners aren’t buying as many GPUs as they used to.

As demand has dropped significantly, NVIDIA seems to be in a bit of a bind after ordering a huge amount of chips and now has very few customers who would buy them.

NVIDIA is currently working with its board partners to lower the price of their cards. The most massive price cuts will be seen in the high-end RTX 3090 series as it will soon be replaced by the next RTX 40/Ada series. With this in line, we should prepare for promotions to come, such as the EVGA 3090 Ti which costs $1150. However, it’s pertinent to note that promotions like this usually don’t last longer and are generally more localized.

MSI RTX 3090

According to ZOL, NVIDIA plans to take a more aggressive approach and will cut its GPU prices even more than AMD, which also plans to cut prices and offer discounts.

So far, we haven’t been given any details about which cards will see price cuts and when exactly. However, NVIDIA doesn’t seem to have enough time as it needs to accelerate more than AMD as the Radeon RX 7000 series launches in November.

Via MyDrivers

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