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 Gameguru Mania News - Feb,23 2018 -  
Midrange, high-end graphics card prices to rise - tech
(hx) 05:49 PM EST - Feb,23 2018 - Post a comment / read (4)
Things are not looking good for everyone wishing to build a new gaming PC. As we all know, the prices for all modern graphics cards have sky-rocketed over the past few months. And according to NVIDIA, this situation will not be resolved soon as the prices will continue increasing through Q3 2018
NVIDIA was here at Massdrop HQ a couple of weeks ago re-confirming what we already know. There is a couple of reason why there is a shortage and also such a high demand of cards.

First the shortage.
All new cell phones coming out by Apple and Samsung (and others) last year started using the same memory as graphics cards. Apple and Samsung are willing to pay more for this memory to make sure they get it first and all of it that they need. This has created a shortage of memory for the much smaller companies like MSI, Gigabyte, Asus, and EVGA to make graphics cards.

Next the demand
This is obvious as the mining craze thats been going on has created a huge demand in the market as miners are goblin up just about every card available on earth.

These two things combined has just made it a tough time for any system builder out there that just wants a card or two for their rig.

While NVIDIA was here they also let us know that the pricing in the market will continue to go up through Q3 of this year most likely before we start seeing any type of relief. So, unfortunately the end to this is not right around the corner and we have not seen the worst of it yet.

Let me finish by telling everyone on Massdrop this. I will continue to list graphics cards that I can for the community if I am able to offer a competitive price. Also, as I have mentioned in other graphics cards drops we are selling this for right above our cost just barely covering back end expenses.

Why should Massdrop offer these cards above MSRP? Well, there are still customers who want to build computers now and not wait 6, 9, 12 months for the market to stabilize. So as long as I can bring them a better deal than what is currently available I will continue to do so. That being said MSRP is kind of out the window at this point so keep your eye on market price VS Massdrop as you will not see any cards out there anywhere close to MSRP for a while to come.
last 10 comments:
gx-x(10:23 PM EST - Feb,23 2018 )
asked by one youtube channel, some people in retail and production could speak openly and stay anonymous. When asked "could you make more cards?" they said yes but they don't want to because they don't know how the market will swing, they want to see what will happen after the next line of GPUs etc because they don't want to risk being overproducing or overstocking if the miners start selling off the cards.

So yea, there could be more cards, but companies are making enough money as it is and doing it within, what they perceive, acceptable risk.. There is no love in business, just profits.

Csimbi(12:44 AM EST - Feb,24 2018 )
So, yes, it's one thing the CEO is saying and another what he's doing - Nvidia is fucking people over 10fold anyway.

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heretic(05:01 AM EST - Feb,24 2018 )
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superb, thanks! please let me know if you find bugs :-)

Tom(03:58 PM EST - Feb,26 2018 )
One way or another I ain't buying a video card. And sorry even buying through their website.. not gonna work for me.

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