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Nvidia restocks RTX 3080 and RTX 3060 Ti at MSRP as GPU prices continue to drop

While Nvidia's RTX 30 series cards have been popular, supply chain constraints, price inflation and a booming crypto market meant that many gamers have been unable to get one. Things are starting to turn around though, as RTX 3080 and RTX 3060 Ti Founders Edition cards have just been re-stocked at MSRP in the UK, and second-hand GPUs on eBay have also come down in price considerably, putting the days of a £1500 RTX 3080 behind us for good (hopefully).

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GPU prices continue to drop in April

The GPU market is continuing to recover from inflated prices. For another consecutive month, AMD and Nvidia GPU prices have dropped in Europe, with the average Radeon RX 6000 GPU now selling at 12% above MSRP, while the average Nvidia RTX 30 GPU has dropped to 19% above MSRP.  Since …

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Interview: Robert Hallock on Why AMD’s Efficiency Wins

We got the chance to speak to AMD's Director of Technical Marketing on a variety of topics relating to the recently launched Ryzen 6000 Mobile Series of processors. Robert Hallock discusses the advantages for AMD's high-performance core design versus Intel's hybrid architecture, power efficiency, and there's discussion on the advantages brought about by RDNA 2 graphics...

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Intel could save the discrete graphics market. But will they?

The GPU market is in shambles and has been for some time. Graphics card prices are through the roof and 2021 saw an array of lacklustre launches from both AMD and Nvidia, who many accuse of cashing in on the crisis. Fortunately for Intel, however, such events have conspired in their favour as the company is now presented with a monumental opportunity to seize the discrete GPU market. They simply can't miss - can they?

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