Flagship high-end graphics card prices dip in the first quarter of 2024

Nvidia’s newly introduced Super series prices remain unchanged in the first quarter.

Robert Dow

Some high-end graphics cards experience a decline by as much as 23% in Q1, with the latest graphics card releases remaining stable. (Source: AMD) What do we think? The graphics card market can be extremely turbulent, with prices soaring due to demand, supply chain interruptions, and inventory levels. During the crypto craze and the pandemic, high-end graphics cards were selling for 50% and more over MSRP. Since 2022, the overall market has stabilized, and prices have remained more predictable. Q1 2024 saw a modest dip for the high end, with recent releases remaining stable. After an increase in prices in

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