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AMD GPU Prices Dip 8% Below MSRPs in Latest European Survey

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Is it that time already? Every three weeks we get an insight into European graphic card pricing trends and insight from 3DCenter. The latest survey data, which considers a host of prices across Germany and Austria, marks a milestone this time around as the average AMD graphics card is now 5% cheaper than MSRP. Nvidia‘s cards have kept a tentative grip on MSRP+ pricing, with the green team’s average graphics card at 2% above MSRP.

(Image credit: 3DCenter)

The last time we reported on the 3DCenter data, three weeks ago, we noted that graphics cards were slowly descending to their MSRPs. The averages were helped by some big price cuts to premium products, but some ‘core offerings’ remained stubbornly overpriced, by as much as 30%. In the latest survey there is still imbalance in pricing. These prices are focused on European countries, but they give us a general insight into which direction they are going.

Close-up detail of the above chart (Image credit: 3DCenter)

Probably the worst place to be as a GPU buyer in late June 2022 is one looking for the traditional sweet spots for good value performance Gaming from the best GPUs. Those pondering buying an AMD GPU will see that the most ‘overpriced’ examples are centered around the Radeon RX 6600 (~20% over MSRP). Nvidia fans will find the most ‘overpriced’ GPUs are the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti (17%), RTX 3060 (11%), and RTX 3050 (13%). Of course these prices are the result of supply and demand, which indicates people are still willing to pay more for this level of performance, or shortages persist across these mainstream products.

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