Nvidia and AMD solved the massive GPU shortage today, revealing that it could take months before you could easily find a card like the RTX 3080 on the shelf. No Say how Trump’s renewed import tariffs on graphics cards could affect their prices – but now Nvidia EVGA and Zotac partners might do that for us.
Both video card manufacturers have now raised prices across the board, with EVGA following Asus’ lead, publicly admitting at the top of the website that these adjustments are being made.Zotac, on the other hand, appears to be quietly raising prices. Not one time But it̵7;s been two times in the past few weeks, and with Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, we can show you how the prices of both companies have changed. (At their own shop)
This is EVGA’s statement, for posterity only:
Due to this ongoing incident, EVGA has made price adjustments to its GeForce RTX 30 Series products.This change is necessary due to a number of factors and will take effect January 11, 2021. EVGA has taken steps to reduce and reduce these costs. As much as possible For those in the system, EVGA.com Notify Queue or Step-Up Queue EVGA will use the same MSRP price until April 16, 2021 if your purchase position has been taken before this date.
Just as EVGA suggests, the price hike isn’t that severe – just $ 70 on most cards, and it’s nice that they honor their swap program for a few months, the RTX 3060 Ti just for the price. $ 460, the same friend of mine who just paid at the Central Computers store for the exact card in the SF Bay Area.
On the other hand, Zotac has raised the price of the most basic cards to $ 90 – $ 100 and more for the RTX 3090:
- From $ 440 to $ 500 and now $ 530 for the RTX 3060 Ti.
- From $ 540 to $ 600 and now $ 640 for the RTX 3070.
- From $ 750 to $ 780, and now $ 840 for the RTX 3080.
- From $ 1550 to $ 1580 and now $ 1900 for the RTX 3090.
There is no such thing unless you definitely find it. For that again, here are the latest recommendations we’ve received from AMD and Nvidia.