It’s now easier to find the GPU you want, but it’s not all good news

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Despite previous reports estimating that the graphics card market could soon be seeing some major availability and pricing improvements, list prices seen for Nvidia GeForce RTX 3000 and AMD Radeon RX 6000 series cards have started to stagnate once again.

If you’ve been trying to buy a new graphics card in recent months, chances are you’ve been unsuccessful and potentially a little downhearted after wading through listings of insanely inflated prices for scalped products, and refreshing online stores during stock drops. 

Meanwhile, where prices have been falling recently in a few regions thanks to the cryptocurrency market taking a tumble, 3DCentre has noticed that this has come to an abrupt halt for German-based retailers.

Don’t lose hope yet

It’s worth noting of course that the German and Austrian markets don’t often reflect on other regions as retailers are unwilling to drop product prices due to the premiums distributors are charging, so it’s unwise to make global market predictions from this, but it is indicative that we’re not out of the woods yet.

Article source: TechRadar

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