To get new NVIDIA graphics cards for the EIA is currently almost impossible. But even if PC players make it to accomplish this feat, they should experience a nasty surprise at the next drop – because Nvidia has increased prices shortly.
- RTX graphics cards are more expensive: Nvidia turns on the price screw
- NVIDIA Explanation: Price increase triggered by inflation
RTX graphics cards are more expensive: Nvidia turns on the price screw
Do you still remember the start of NVIDIA’s new RTX 3000 graphics cards? An RTX 3070 was advertised with an EIA of 499 euros, the RTX 3080 should cost 699 euros and on the price tag of the RTX 3090 stood 1,499 euros. Already in the spring of 2021 NVIDIA then increased the prices for the first time between 20 and 50 euros – but that does not seem to have been enough to the graphics card company.
Because who raises a look into the official NVIDIA shop will notice that the prices of the current RTX models have increased again . Depending on the model, buyers have to override between 20 and 100 euros more:
- RTX 3090: Price rises from 1,549 to 1,649 Euro
- RTX 3080 Ti: Price rises from 1,199 to 1,269 Euro
- RTX 3080: Price rises from 719 759 Euro
- RTX 3070 Ti: Price rises from 619 649 Euro
- RTX 3070: Price rises from 519 549 Euro
- RTX 3060 Ti: Price rises from 419 439 Euro
According to the computer base information, NVIDIA distributors have pointed out to consider price adjustments at the next drop (source: Computerate).
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NVIDIA Explanation: Price increase triggered by inflation
From the same notification, the official statement NVIDIA also emerges for the price increase: the company reports that one has determined to the price increase to respond to inflation . This was in 2021 in Europe at proud 5 percent, in Germany at 3.1 percent.
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Depending on the model, the graphics card prices increased by 5 to 6.5 percent. Nvidia beats additional profit from these changes. In addition, the price adjustment for many players is another blow in the face . Whether this price adjustment NVIDIA will be noticeable in the Custom models, remains to be seen. The prices on the free market are currently already 80 percent above the EIA anyway. We’ll keep you up to date.