For those who bought high-end cards in the past, how are they doing now that the prices of the RTX 30 series high-end graphics cards continue to dip. videoCardz reports that as the cryptocurrency mining boom subsides and the RTX 40 series approaches, the RTX 30 series high-end selling prices are bottoming out.
The RTX 3090 Ti, for example, was once quoted at over $3,000 (20,000+ RMB) during the mining boom, but the latest offer from overseas in September has dropped to $1,099 (about 7,620 RMB), with a large number of stock options available, and the price has been cut after comparing the two.
Meanwhile, the RTX 3080 Ti, which is comparable to the RTX 3090 in terms of gaming performance, has slipped to $739 (about 5124 RMB) in retail price.
Not to mention the non-Ti version of the RTX 3090 graphics card, whose price has long fallen below four figures, reaching $959 (about 6,650 RMB).
Obviously, such a substantial price increase is mainly affected by two factors, in addition to the competition from AMD Radeon RX 6000 series, the crazy dumping of used mining cards, but also caused a huge impact on the market.