NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 price drops under 2000 EUR in Germany and Austria, for the first time since August 2021

Published: Mar 17th 2022, 10:34 GMT   Comments

GeForce RTX 3090 gets cheaper, just 2 weeks before RTX 3090 Ti launches

3DCenter reports that the current flagship RTX 30 graphics card is now ‘just’ 20% more expensive than MSRP.

The RTX 3090, NVIDIA most powerful GPU, drops to 2000 EUR. This price is shown at German and Austrian retailers as of today. This also means that the card is just 20% more expensive than the current MSRP (1649 EUR) or 30% than original MSRP.

Historical data shows that RTX 3090 has not seen such a price since August 2021, following its peak of 3200 EUR in May the same year. The prices of flagship RTX 30 GPUs has been successfully going down since the beginning of this year, with a good chance of seeing even lower prices in the coming weeks.

RTX 3080 cheaper in Australia

As reported HardwareUnboxed, an Australian YouTube channel, ASUS RTX 3080 TUF from a 35% price reduction in just one day. This means that the price was lowered from 2299 AUD (1685 USD) to 1499 AUD (1100 USD), which is still way more expensive than it should be, yet for Australian market the new price should be a lot more convincing for potential buyers.

NVIDIA lowering GPU prices?

Furthermore, there is a report from Wccftech that NVIDIA informed its board partners about the upcoming 8% to 12% drop in price for certain GPUs. The site does not confirm which GPUs specifically are being affected by the new price. This change is likely to take effect in the coming weeks once the current stock is depleted.

Overall, the GPU price outlook for the next couple of weeks is good. Prices should continue to drop while availability improves. This does not even account for the fact that both NVIDIA and AMD are to launch new desktop GPUs, which may lead to further price reductions (especially for flagship parts which are being succeeded with more powerful variants).

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