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Germany REALISTIC_BIG_FAN 
I just bought a GTX 1660 SUPER Ghost 6GB GDDR6 for 700€ (wtf). But I need a new GPU this weekend and I "might" return it after that to buy a better offer. Anyway two questions: a) Some1 got site(s) where I can see the price history of gpus'. E.g. I wanna know what this gpu cost 1 year or 3 years ago. (Best would be for € area.) b) Why is the price hike so gigantic between a 1660 (~700€) and a 2080 (>=3000€)?
2021-05-18 23:16
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Italy NotNew
"b) Why is the price hike so gigantic between a 1660 (~700€) and a 2080 (>=3000€)?" miners
2021-05-18 23:16
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miners pandemic droughts -> chip shortages
2021-05-19 17:04
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rip
2021-05-19 18:03
3 year ago around 250 euro
2021-05-18 23:17
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Latvia FieryBlood
a) there's a few sites with price history, pcpartpicker comes to mind pcpartpicker.com/product/86QfrH/zotac-ge.. here's an example and for b), I suspect that 2080 is more efficient mining-wise, so dickheads prefer spending more for bigger reward but also bigger risk
2021-05-18 23:24
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Thanks the site I used only had history for several months - this one has 2 years. I saw someone write a review who was like "nice for 250€" but I thought that review was either for a different gpu or prices really got skyhigh. Xd Price INCREASE of 450€ is insanity.
2021-05-19 17:36
For how much can I sell my 3080 ?
2021-05-18 23:21
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Go to eBay and sort by "sold".
2021-05-18 23:28
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REZ | 
Australia FlaKeXD
For some reason whilst the rest of the world had no gpu supply, we (Australia) had tons of 3070/80s, I bought mine in Feb/March and back then still plenty of stock, except only 1 allowed per person, but still we had tons whilst EU and NA had none. Stock is gone now but I wonder why we had such a good supply before.
2021-05-18 23:23
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all the stock must have fell down to you guys.
2021-05-18 23:25
Must have a pure fluke. It is pretty impossible to buy anything here, a friend of mine has a back channel connection to a buyer from one of the really big retailers here and he hasn't even been able to lay hands on a 3070. I've taken to retro gaming and bought my self an arcade joystick, this then goes with the monster PC I build in the summer that is still running my old Fury X GPU. By this time I am starting to thing I will just give this GPU generation a pass, as I am on principle ain't gonna pay 2x-3x MSRP.
2021-05-19 17:23
>only 1 allowed per person That prolly kept the miners in their cages.
2021-05-19 17:37
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nafany | 
Sweden hoey
i just bought a 2060 for €500, could have got a 3080 a year ago for almost the same price :d
2021-05-18 23:37
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Wow that is really weird, i tought this only in Turkey because of the shit economy but it is worldwide lol
2021-05-19 17:30
Which 2060? There are like 17 variants. XD
2021-05-19 17:41
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nafany | 
Sweden hoey
ASUS GeForce RTX 2060 6GB DUAL OC EVO is the name of it
2021-05-19 18:02
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Thanks men & nice price - is ~650€ over here.
2021-05-19 18:08
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AZR | 
Brazil edR_
Mainly, it's because of Ethereum mining crypto-currency. There's 3 basic stuff that devaluates mining: Gas price, Ethereum price going down and increased dificulty, it can be a combination of all these. If the profitability of the crypto-currencies goes up, outweighting the dificulties, the tendency is the prices of the GPU's go even further. However, the more people mining these currencies forces the algorithms to increase dificulty. It has been increased 20% until now, so it's becoming gradually less profitable. Thus, becoming less profitable, the GPU prices will go down, just like when happened in the last crypto-boom. It just a matter of time. Here's an updated link regarding the situation: techspot.com/article/2257-cpu-gpu-pricin..
2021-05-18 23:39
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why gas price though? hows that related
2021-05-19 13:26
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gas fees are transaction costs when making a transaction on the ethereum network - not literal gas
2021-05-19 13:29
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i thought like "wtf how gasoline is related to that, transport of gpu?" but now i understand
2021-05-21 14:17
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Brazil edR_
When I refer 'gas price' it means the cost necessary to perform a network transaction. The higher the gas price is, the higher potential of profitability the miners get. Summarizing: if the gas prices are on the high and dificulty relatively low, it's very profitable for the miners, thus the demand on GPU's will still grow on this scenario.
2021-05-19 17:03
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I fear new crypto currency will be a long, not to mention that farming is becoming a thing so now storage is becoming premium also!
2021-05-19 17:25
Thanks men. I wonder how long gpus last doing crypto 247/365. Because farmers might get all their cards at some point but then mby need new ones. At any rate nvidia / radeon must be having caviar and e-girls every night.
2021-05-19 17:42
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Brazil edR_
IMO this whole mess won't get better until the end of this year. Used GPU market will be nuts
2021-05-19 18:18
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti msrp $400 eBay Average Price May $1,617 Current Price Inflation 304% bruh.mp3
2021-05-19 17:57
I would rather buy from "build ur own pc" sites, at least if u buy from them yes you will need to buy whole new pc and u don't build yourself and building it is enjoyable experience
2021-05-18 23:39
700€ wtf glad i bought a 2nd hand 1080ti in december 2020 for 330€
2021-05-19 13:28
If you wanna have the best odds of getting a gpu at msrp try to get into the bestbuy site before a drop (I don’t know If they are in EU) by seeing if other cards come in stock there before the ones you’re looking for do (bots check with 1 min or so intervals). Don’t refresh the tab to try to get one, just wait. The gpu is reserved once you hit checkout. I was able to get a 3070 for 500$ + tax using this after looking for months. Edit: punctuation
2021-05-19 13:29
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thats NA store though?!
2021-05-19 17:26
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As I said, I don’t know if EU has any bestbuys. This is in my experience the best way because the site doesn’t crash like all the others when you’re ordering
2021-05-19 20:02
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Poland morosek
1660 super was less than 300euro last year. Damn, 700 for that gpu is sad
2021-05-19 17:27
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yeah I bought it for 1250pln last year (~300€)
2021-05-19 17:39
miners also global chip production isn't actually down cuz of covid, its been running at 90%+ capacity almost the entire pandemic its just that everyone is at home so there is a huge increase in demand for chips for consumers, and even the corporate market
2021-05-19 17:40
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miners...
2021-05-19 18:06
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Hungary Gulaash
I bought 1660S back in late 2019 for 230€ and sold it like 3 months ago for 490€. I thought this crypto shit will be ended by now.
2021-05-19 17:40
are you serious you spent 700 for an old weak gpu? LMAO anyways crypto is falling and so will gpu prices luckily
2021-05-19 18:05
Wanted to buy 3080 on launch, 699 dollers (over 3k in Poland). Right now the price for 3080 in Poland is 10k+, over 3 times the launch price. It's in fucking sane. Mainly because of cryptos but as of today the cryptos are bursting. Unfortunately it will take months for prices to drop
2021-05-19 20:08
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2021-05-19 20:09
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