A report from MyDrivers suggests that GPU prices will start rising again after reaching their all-time low in July. It looks like everything was improving, but the start of the second rally of Ethereum is a disaster for GPU prices.
Ethereum has already crossed the $3900 mark and profits have almost doubled since early August.
Videocardz also compiled the data from MyDrivers. The data tells that RTX 3070 Ti’s prices have increased by 18% and are still rising.
Semiconductor companies like Shin Etsu and Global Wafers are already operating at their full capacity, and with NVIDIA’s return to TSMC, we are in a situation where capacity will not improve until the end of 2022.
ETH will soon shift to ETH 2.0, which will eliminate ETH GPU mining. However, some altcoins can be mined on a GPU, and even NVIDIA’s LHR series has been unlocked for more than 70% of its non-LHR hash rate.
RTX 3070 Ti: 600 yuan (92 USD)
RTX 3080 and RTX 3070: +300-400 yuan (46-62 USD)
RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3060, and RTX 2060: +200-350 yuan (31-54 USD)
GTX 1660 and GTX 1050: +100-150 yuan. (15-23 USD)
RX 6600 XT: +400 yuan (62 USD)
RTX 3090 and RTX 3080 Ti: +200-400 yuan (31-62 USD)
RTX 3070 Ti, RTX 3070: +100-300 yuan (15-46 USD)
RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3060: +300 yuan (46 USD)
RTX 2060, GTX 1660, GTX 1650: +100 yuan (15 USD)
GTX 1050 Ti: +80 yuan (12 USD)
No change, but nearly all mid to high-end cards are out of stock