Little by little it seems that the gamer and PC user is getting out of the quagmire in which the hardware industry has placed them in recent years. The situation with pandemic in 2020 forced to slow down the manufacture of semiconductors and with the subsequent boom the factories could not cope with the demand, which translated into a consequent price increase and the reduction of stock in many products, including GPUs.
last april NVIDIA launched its massive campaEsports Extrasto supply the USAand European market with Series 30 graphics cards, and far from being a vague declaration of intent, now the Americans announce their second batch with still more GPUs on the way. This increase in the number of shipments to the PcComponentes and Coolmod stores came hand in hand with more affordable prices, now NVIDIA will provide not only a greater number of this component but also more versions customized.
At the moment, graphics cards continue to suffer from certain overprice in the national market, but with this initiative models such as the Esports Extrasbyte RTX 3080 or the RTX 3070 Ti, from the same manufacturer, have crossed the threshold of 1,000 euros and are in a price range of 700 a 800 euros. Esports Extrasbyte seems to be the company that is getting the most GPUs for the USAmarket, although we also have models from Zotac or Asus.
- Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 3060 Twin Edge OC LHR 12GB GDDR6 for €429.90 (previously €495.01, 14% off)
- Esports Extrasbyte GeForce RTX 3060 GAMING OC 12GB GDDR6 Rev 2.0 for €469.90 (previously €539.91, 12% discount)
- Esports Extrasbyte GeForce RTX 3070 GAMING OC LHR V2 8GB GDDR6 for €649.90 (previously €799.89, 18% off)
- Esports Extrasbyte GeForce RTX 3070 Ti GAMING OC 8GB GDDR6X for €749.90
(previously €889.89, 15% discount)
The new wave of GPUs are already available in PcComponentes while NVIDIA has not commented on the rest of stores Spanish. The situation regarding PC components is undergoing a significant improvement although the semiconductor crisis seems to delay its end until 2042according to estimates by Intel, who has set aside the optimism recent.