Graphics cards prices: July 8–July 22, 2021 — GPU Prices: Tracking Graphics Cards Sold on eBay

July 8–July 22, 2021 — GPU Prices: Tracking Graphics Cards Sold on eBay

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Our GPU price index tracks all the best graphics cards and the latest additions to our GPU benchmarks hierarchy. This is the bi-weekly update (give or take) for the middle part of July. Thanks to the drop in Ethereum mining profitability and China’s crackdown on large-scale mining operations, GPU prices continue to trend downward, though the rate of decline is decreasing.

It’s not all good news, either (maybe). The total number of units sold for the various GPUs decreased on nearly every GPU, the exceptions being the RTX 3060 Ti and RX 6700 XT. But modest increases for those two can’t offset the reduced numbers everywhere else, and compared to the start of the month in our last update, about 700 fewer cards were sold on eBay. But maybe that just means the profitability of trying to scalp on eBay has dropped, and that’s why unit sales are down? After all, Best Buy did in-person store sales at a lot of locations earlier this week.

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Graphics Card Avg eBay Price QTY Sold
GeForce RTX 3090 $2,483 334
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti $1,886 256
GeForce RTX 3080 $1,636 656
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti $1,096 174
GeForce RTX 3070 $1,063 762
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti $981 229
GeForce RTX 3060 12GB $718 616
Radeon RX 6900 XT $1,496 72
Radeon RX 6800 XT $1,253 37
Radeon RX 6800 $1,038 98
Radeon RX 6700 XT $726 321

All of the GPUs averaged lower prices during the past two weeks than in the previous period, but in most cases the difference was relatively small — the average decrease in price was 3. 6%. Interestingly, the two cards that showed the greatest decline in prices also happen to be the cards that showed increases in number of GPUs sold. The RTX 3060 Ti average price was down 9.3%, falling below $1,000 for the first time in ages, and the RX 6700 XT price dropped 5.6%. If you don’t care about ray tracing or DLSS, the RX 6700 XT remains by far the best bang for the buck, as it generally outperforms the 3060 Ti while costing over $250 less.

As we’ve noted before, using eBay for this price tracking does have a lot of caveats. The fact that Nvidia has now released LHR (Lite Hash Rate) versions of all GPUs other than the RTX 3090 (and discontinued the non-LHR models), combined with the drop in mining profitability, means miners are unlikely to pay exorbitant prices. Which means everyone trying to turn a profit on eBay might end up disappointed. Let’s hope so, though the scalpers appear to have moved on to Steam Deck pre-orders now.

The RTX 3070 Ti pricing in particular stands out as a bit odd. We weren’t massively impressed with the performance, efficiency, and price, but it’s still a faster card than the RTX 3070 — for gaming, anyway. The fact that it averaged only 3% higher prices on eBay suggests the people buying GPUs are still primarily motivated by mining. That would also explain the $600 price premium for the 3090 over the 3080 Ti, as it’s barely faster in games buy nearly doubles the Ethereum hashing speed.

With the now lower prices, the average markup across all GPUs has slipped below 2.0x (it’s 1.9x), but AMD’s GPUs are still clearly the better buy in terms of value. Nvidia’s RTX 3080 and RTX 3060 Ti remain the worst deals, at least when comparing eBay pricing to MSRPs. Actually, about half of the Nvidia cards are still over twice the MSRP, while none of the AMD cards are more than twice the MSRP. AMD also sold a larger portion of the eBay pot this round, 14.8% of the total compared to 12.6% for the last update.

Clearly, there’s still a long way to go before we’re back to normal pricing, and we can only recommend potential buyers continue to wait. We could probably condone paying 20% more than MSRP, for people that really want to upgrade or need a new GPU, but paying 50% to 150% above the MSRP is simply too much, even if the MSRPs are red herrings.

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The excitement over falling GPU prices was perhaps a bit premature in our last update. They’re no longer in freefall, having deployed a parachute to slow things down. We figured that would happen, but it’s still disheartening. Then again, one of our members managed to snag an RTX 3060 Ti in the UK at MSRP, and European prices in general seem to be far better than what we’re seeing in the US. Let’s hope we can catch up in the coming weeks.

Online retail inventory for the US also remains incredibly limited. None of the cards that are in stock on Newegg, Amazon, or other sites are even close to MSRP, and some smaller online sites now actually have worse prices than eBay. Sure, you’d be getting a new card, but no one should be spending $1,000 for an RX 6700 XT or $2,000+ for an RX 6900 XT. Again, wait until the card you want actually has a reasonable price before picking it up.

We’ll be back in a few more weeks to see if the current trends continue. In the meantime, flip to the next page for a look at historical charts and data.

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The best cheap graphics card prices and deals for June 2023

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Finding the best cheap graphics card deals shouldn’t be overlooked if you’re looking to build your own gaming PC. As the beating heart of any respectable setup, it’s incredibly important to make sure you’re getting the right GPU and paying the right price for it. With graphics card prices finally settling back into some form of normality it’s finally a great time to be thinking about upgrading, too. To help our readers get the best GPU for their needs, we’ve rounded up all the best graphics card prices and deals into one handy page right here, factoring in US, UK, and Australian retailers.

What’s your price range?

1. High-end
Above $650 / £600 / AU$900

2. Mid-range
Around $450 / £400 / AU$750

3. Budget
Below $300 / £250 / $AU400

As you probably already know, graphics card prices have been on a wild ride over the past two years or so. Initially, we saw a huge surge in demand brought on by the cryptocurrency mining fad. That’s very much trailed off now and we’re starting to see more and more graphics card deals crop up at the major retailers worldwide.

While Nvidia cards are still a little pricey (demand remains high), many AMD cards are actually falling below their recommended launch MSRP currently. This means it’s possible to get some best graphics cards on the market without completely breaking the bank at the moment — something that was unheard of just 12 months ago. Overall, it’s a great time to be building a gaming PC, although we’d always urge that buyers weigh up their options carefully before committing.

That’s where our graphics card deals page comes in handy. Not only do you have the best prices here but you’ll also find a ton of unbiased no-nonsense buyers’ advice should you be unsure about what card to go for.  

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Today’s best graphics card prices and deals

We’ve rounded up the best graphics card prices we’ve found this week just down below. This chart is particularly handy if you want a quick overview of the market as a whole right now. Note, prices can still fluctuate rapidly from day to day now so allow for a bit of wiggle room with the following table — it’s not uncommon to see cards fluctuate $10 to $20 up or down on a regular basis.

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🟩 Cheapest Nvidia GeForce prices 🟩
Header Cell — Column 0 USA UK AU
RTX 3050 $209 at Newegg £229 at OCUK AU$359 at Scorptec
RTX 3060 $259 at Newegg £269 at OCUK AU$419 at Mwave
RTX 3060 Ti $374 at Newegg £290 at Ebuyer AU$549 at Mwave
RTX 3070 $439 at Newegg £394 at Ebuyer AU$699 at Mwave
RTX 3070 Ti $519 at Newegg £469 at OCUK AU$799 at Scorpt
RTX 3080 $669 at Newegg £649 at Ebuyer AU$899 at Mwave
RTX 3080 Ti $859 at Newegg N/A N/A
RTX 3090 $1,379 at Amazon N/A N/A
RTX 3090 Ti $1,694 at Amazon N/A N/A
RTX 4070 $599 at Newegg £569 at Ebuyer AW$899 at Mwave
RTX 4070 Ti $799 at Newegg £799 at OCUK AU$1,199 at Mwave
RTX 4080 $1,149 at Newegg £1,099 at OCUK AU$1,729 at Mwave
RTX 4090 $1,589 at Newegg £1,559 at OCUK AU$2,699 at Mwave

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🟧 Cheapest AMD Radeon prices 🟧
Header Cell — Column 0 USA UK AU
RX 6500 XT $159 at Newegg £142 at OCUK AU$229 at Scorptec
RX 6600 $199 at Newegg £189 at OCUK AU$319 at Mwave
RX 6600 XT $249 at Newegg N/A N/A
RX 6650 XT $244 at Newegg £239 at OCUK AU$439 at Scorptec
RX 6700 XT $329 at Newegg £338 at OCUK AU$559 at Scorptec
RX 6750 XT $369 at Newegg £369 at Ebuyer AU$649 at Mwave
RX 6800 $509 at Newegg £429 at Ebuyer N/A
RX 6800 XT $529 at Newegg £518 at OCUK N/A
RX 6900 XT $619 at Newegg £751 at Amazon N/A
RX 6950 XT $629 at Newegg £619 at Ebuyer N/A
RX 7600 $269 at Newegg £259 at Ebuyer AU$459 at Mwave
RX 7900 XT $799 at Newegg £799 at OCUK AU$1,299 at Scorpt

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🟦 Cheapest Intel Arc prices 🟦
Header Cell — Column 0 USA UK AU
Arc A380 $139 at Newegg £128 at OCUK N/A
Arc A750 $249 at Newegg £229 at OCUK AU$389 at Mwave
Arc A770 $329 at Newegg £269 at OCUK AU$429 at Mwave

High-end graphics cards comparison

RTX 4090

The fastest GPU you can buy

The current performance king from Nvidia. The RTX 4090 is a pricey buy but a card that’s offering a significant jump up in performance versus the previous 3090. Recommended for enthusiasts or professional use mainly, this card is capable of high-end ray-traced gaming performance at native 4K resolution. It is, however, massive overkill for 1440p.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 review

RTX 4080

High-end 4K gaming performance

Sitting just below the RTX 4090 in the most recent generation of Nvidia cards is the RTX 4080, which is aimed at a more enthusiast/consumer market. This card is another 4K gaming monster that’s capable of fantastic performance across the board. We do, however, find the launch price of $1,199 off-putting since it’s a big jump versus the $699 of the RTX 3080.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 review

RTX 3090

Last generation’s Nvidia flagship

If you can pick it up for a reasonable price, the last-gen RTX 3090 is still a fine choice for 2023. We wouldn’t recommend paying more than $1,000 since the latest mid-range RTX 4070 Ti can out-perform it in the vast majority of gaming applications, but the RTX 3090 is a fine card nonetheless — even for 4K gaming.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 review

RX 7900 XTX

AMD’s top card is a great buy

Quite possibly the best high-end graphics card deal right now, we’re huge fans of the RX 7900 XTX here at TechRadar. While it’s exceptionally power hungry — and Ray tracing performance still lags behind Nvidia — the RX 7900 XTX matches favourably against the RTX 4080 when it comes to outright price to performance. It’s a fantastic 4K card and one that we recommend highly to those with a $1,000 budget.

Read our AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX review

RX 7900 XT

A solid 4K graphics card

For $100 less than the ‘XTX’ you can also consider the The RX 7900 XT. This is another great value 4K enthusiast card from AMD but one we think sits somewhat awkwardly in the market when compared to the full-fat XTX model. In short, if $899 is your budget then we highly recommend this one, otherwise, we’d say spend $999 to get the XTX, which is slightly better value in our books. 

Read our AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT review

RX 6950 XT

Last generation’s AMD flagship

The RX 6950 XT is another last-gen card that’s a good buy if you can find it at a reasonable price. While it’s outclassed by the latest RX 7000 series cards in 2023 in regards to raw performance metrics, the RX 6950 XT still has exceptional gaming chops. Generally speaking, it can handle 4K gaming pretty well but ray-tracing performance lags behind the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 from team green.

Read our AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT review

Mid-range graphics cards comparison

RTX 4070 Ti

A superb 4K and 1440p card

Quite possibly the best value card right now from Nvidia, the RTX 4070 Ti is going to get you next-gen high-end performance for a reasonable price (relatively speaking). Generally speaking, this one is aimed at the high-end 1440p gamers but third-gen RT cores and the latest architecture make it capable of even 4K gaming — within reason, due to the 12GB VRAM.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti review

RTX 4070

The value sweet spot for most gamers

The RTX 4070 is the follow-up to the exceptionally well received RTX 3070 and a fantastic choice for most gamers who want a good balance between price and performance. It’s an exceptional 1440p performer that comes in at under $600 and can even handle most games well enough at 4K. Our only complaint with this one is that it comes in at $100 pricier at launch versus the previous iteration, which equates to a 20% jump in price.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 review

RTX 3080

A premium card that’s worth a look

While the RTX 3080 is technically a last-gen high-end card, it sits favorably in the mid-range for 2023 — especially if you can pick one up for cheap. We definitely wouldn’t rank it above the later RTX 4070 Ti for outright gaming chops, but it’s still a capable card for 1440p and even 4K gaming if you can get one for a reasonable price.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 review

RTX 3060 Ti

One of our favorites from last gen

The RTX 3060 Ti has always sat in a comfortable place value-wise in our opinion. It’s of course not the quickest or latest card in the range anymore but straddles the middle ground between a high-end 1080p card and a reasonably priced 1440p card in our opinion. In some cases, it gets pretty close to the higher-end RTX 3070 in performance while usually being a fair bit cheaper.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti review

RX 6800 XT

The best mid-range AMD GPU for now

We’re still waiting on AMD to release its new mid-range 7000 series cards as of early to mid 2023 but the older RX 6800 XT offers a great mid-range choice in the meantime. This RTX 3080 rival offers great 1440p performance in most titles and is often found at relatively reasonable prices too. Just note that it lags behind the equivalent Nvidia card for Ray-tracing performance.

Read our AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT review

RX 6750 XT

Another strong 1440p performer

The RX 6700 XT and the mid-cycle-refresh RX 6750 XT are both strong mid-range contenders from AMD. Again, they lack the Ray-tracing prowess of similarly priced Nvidia cards but they still have plenty of power to give you superb performance at 1440p resolutions. These cards are due to be replaced fairly soon but they’re worth keeping an eye out for if you can get a particularly good price.

Read our AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT review

Budget graphics card comparison

RX 7600

AMD’s new budget winner

AMD finally answered gamer’s calls for a really great budget card that doesn’t cost a ton out the gate with the RX 7600. This superb card is new for 2023, features outstanding 1080p performance, and will even challenge some games at 1440p. For sheer bang for the buck it’s hard to beat this one right now, although Ray Tracing performance does still slightly lag behind Nvidia’s RTX 3060.

Read our AMD Radeon RX 7600 review

RTX 3060

The most popular GPU on steam

Yep, according to a recent Steam hardware survey the RTX 3060 is currently the most popular GPU, followed closely by the older RTX 2060 and GTX 1060. These cards are popular for a reason with exceptional 1080p performance at a price that’s not too outrageous. It’s not strictly a ‘low-end’ card but the RTX 3060 is going to get you great bang for the buck if it’s in your budget.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 review

RTX 3050

Ray tracing and DLSS on a budget

The RTX 3050 is Nvidia’s latest iteration of its ‘budget’ model but it’s a great card in its own right. Not only is it reasonably priced, but it’s a fantastic 1080p performance thanks in no part to the latest architecture and support for clever new upscaling tech like DLSS. All of this adds up to around a 70% performance increase versus the older GTX 1650.

Read our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 review

RX 6650

Older but still recommended

The RX 6650 and RX 6600 are really great 1080p cards that can be found readily available at most retailers for prices cheaper than the equivalent RTX 3060 from Nvidia. As with most AMD cards of this older generation, Ray Tracing performance lags behind the Nvidia rivals but don’t skip over these cards if you’re on a budget. Both are capable of running most games at ultra settings at 1080p and 60 frames per second.

Read our AMD Radeon RX 6600 review

Intel Arc A770

Intel’s best card — for now

The Arc A770 is currently the quickest card in the new Arc range of GPUs from Intel. While it’s not perfect (drivers are still a little rough around the edges) it’s an incredibly compelling lower to mid-range choice thanks to its raw price to performance ration. Generally speaking, you’ll be able to find the Arc A770 for cheaper than the RTX 3060, while it potentially out performs it in some titles while also offering fair Ray-tracing performance. 

Intel Arc A750

1080p performance on a budget

The Intel Arc A750 is team blue’s ‘mid-range’ card in the new Arc range and a fantastic alternative to the RX 6500 and RTX 3050. It’s similarly priced to these more budget-orientated cards while offering performance that’s in some cases close to the RTX 3060 and RX 6600. While drivers are again a little rough round the edges, the Intel Arc A750 is one of the best graphics card deals on the market right now for those looking to spend under $300.

Frequently asked questions

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Are graphics card prices back to normal now?

Yes and no. The days of massive graphics card shortages and outrageous eBay scalpers are firmly in the past now. That said, some cards still stubbornly sell for prices that exceed MSRP, even years after the initial launch dates in some cases.

Compounding this issue is inflation and the propensity for manufacturers to offer the latest cards at a higher starting price versus the older models. For example, the latest RTX 4070 from Nvidia comes in at $599 at launch — which isn’t bad — but it’s actually 20% more than the $519 asking price for the previous RTX 3070. Next gen cards on the whole are still pretty in-accessible to budget gamers looking to spend under $500.

There are a few exceptions to this, however. For example, Intel’s new Arc range of graphics cards are shaping up to be great budget options that get more compelling with each driver update. Both AMD and Nvidia have yet to release their next-gen budget cards too, so there’s potential for some great value cards in 2023 and 2024.

Why were graphics card prices so high?

Put simply, it’s because demand massively outstripped supply from early 2020 to late 2021. The global pandemic, chip shortages, and the continued popularity of using GPUs for cryptocurrency farming were all compounding factors here.

While there are a lot of disagreements in regards to these factors, it’s generally agreed that cryptocurrency mining is the main culprit. For example, The Economist last year published a report that found a strong correlation between the rise of second-hand GPU prices and the value of Ethereum — the most popular cryptocurrency for GPU mining. Interestingly, they also compared these values to CPU prices, which were seemingly unaffected by the rise of Ethereum, suggesting increasing demand from gamers isn’t to blame overall. 

That said, no one can deny that the popularity of PC gaming hasn’t boomed over the past few years. For context, Steam, the world’s biggest online PC gaming platform saw a 20% increase in the number of titles purchased via its store in 2021 and a staggering 50% increase in hours played.  Subsequently, it’s no surprise that graphics cards — the most vital component in any respectable gamers rig — were in short supply.

What’s the best bang for the buck graphics card?

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The best cheap graphics card is going to depend on your requirements — specifically, do you need a card that’s capable of running games on a 1440p monitor or do you just need something for 1080p? If you can settle for a smaller monitor you’ll generally be able to get a card that offers better bang for the buck. 

For example, something like the Intel Arc A770, Nvidia RTX 3060, or AMD RX 6600 XT are all great choices for a card that can play games at ultra graphical settings at 1080p resolution. The Arc A770 in particular is a card that’s capable of outstanding performance for the price, although driver issues with older games in particular have seen some prefer to opt for the tried and true RTX 3060 and RX 6600 XT. If you’re going to be playing DX12 (recent) titles, then the Arc A770 is a fantastic choice right now, however.  

If you’re looking to run a 1440p monitor, then you may be able to get away with the Arc A770 or an RTX 3060 if you’re willing to sacrifice a few settings or can accept playing a demanding game at sub-60 FPS. For high performance, however, something like the RTX 4070 is a notable choice for 1440p since it’ll easily run nearly any game at ultra settings over 60fps thanks to DLSS. At $599 / £599 it’s not a cheap card, but it’s arguably offering a lot of value for enthusiast gamers since it’s fairly future proof and will even play most titles at 4K with reasonable performance.

The best online retailers for graphics cards

Here’s a list of the best retailers to check in for graphics card prices specifically. We’ve linked directly to the relevant pages, so all you need to do is follow these links and bookmark them.

  • In the US:
  • Nvidia
  • Best Buy
  • Amazon
  • B&H Photo
  • Newegg
  • In the UK:
  • Nvidia
  • Overclockers
  • Scan
  • Novatech
  • Ebuyer
  • In Australia:
  • Scorptec
  • Mwave
  • PLE Computers

As a first port of call, for Nvidia cards we’d recommend checking in at the official site primarily for both the US and UK. They sell founders edition cards for their retail price, so you absolutely won’t get upcharges for buying direct. As you’d expect, however, Nvidia sells out very quickly indeed and you’ll have to be prepared to jump on a card if you see one for a normal price.

Best Buy, B&H Photo, Amazon and Newegg are all good retailers to check in on in the US, although you’ll want to keep an eye out for inflated prices at the latter two. In the UK, we’d recommend going to Overclockers specifically and signing up to price notifications on the specific graphic card deals your looking for.

If you’re looking for an RTX 3080 specifically, we’ve got a separate where to buy Nvidia RTX 3080 guide that’s updated daily with the latest information — we recommend checking in there if you’re looking for this premium card.

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“The fall in global demand for PCs, as well as the virtual halt in mining on video cards, have led to a significant decrease in demand for PC components. Demand in the graphics card market has declined, but manufacturers have significant inventory left, resulting in a 54% year-over-year price drop,” said


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The hotline catalog contains 818 models of video adapters and 19 vendors that produce video cards Nvidia GeForce i AMD Radeon (until 2010 year ATI Radeon). Looking at the variety of available products, I will help you to provide hotline service and thought out filters, for the help of which you can buy a video card with the required chip, volume and type of video memory, required video and interfaces and type of cooling system.

The first step is to go to the choice of a graphic shorthand, it is important to be appointed to the tasks, with which faults one is obliged to cope. For an ordinary koristuvach, who does not choke on computer games and multimedia processing, find the most accessible video adapter.

For a daily multimedia PC, you can get a bill of 600-800 UAH. For gamers, it is recommended to buy productive graphics cards with at least 1 GB of video memory to the GDDR5 standard and support for the rest of the DirectX and OpenGL command sets and libraries, which are used to develop new computer games. When it is important to understand that the advanced video pays energy bills and for the work it will be necessary to add food, it is important to understand that the block of life should be installed in the computer with a future purchase.

Video cards available on Hotline
Product name Average price of goods
MSI GeForce RTX 3060 VENTUS 2X 12G OC 35099 UAH
MSI GeForce RTX 4070 GAMING X TRIO 12G id 27500 UAH
MSI GeForce RTX 3060 GAMING X 12G 13953 UAH

Video cards and їхні possibilities.