AMD GPUs could rise in price by as much as 10%

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Because if the graphics card needed anything, it was a price increase.

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Prices for graphics cards from both AMD and Nvidia could increase by as much as 10 percent due to increased manufacturing costs.

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According to a source on board channel forum (viewed by videocardzAMD has decided to increase the price of the Radeon RX 6000 GPU by 10 percent. According to the report, graphics cards based on RDNA 2 technology will cost around $20 to $40 (£15 to £30) more. The new pricing is likely to take effect with the next shipment of GPUs to AMD’s partners.

As per the report, the recent increase in TSMC wafer cost is the reason behind AMD’s decision. There has been no comment on a possible price increase, and there has been a 9 percent increase in market value recently, but there has yet to be a further increase in the prices mentioned here.


Graphics card prices have skyrocketed lately due to ongoing chip shortages. Recently, the CEO of Nvidia said that we expect the shortage to continue.

first viewed by pcgamerNvidia CEO Jensen Huang talks yahoo finance What to expect from 2022 regarding chip shortages. “I think over the course of the next year, demand is going to far exceed supply,” he said. “We have no magic bullet in navigating the supply chain,” Huang acknowledged.

“We have the support of our suppliers,” Huang continued, explaining how the company is financially secure.

Chip shortages are also affecting consoles, with Sony chartering a Boeing 747 to tackle PlayStation 5 shortages ahead of the holiday rush.

elsewhere, no man’s sky Giving players another chance to unlock Normandy from Mass Effect and Steam’s autumn sales start today (November 24) and up to 80 percent off games including some recent releases, critically acclaimed titles and AAA games discount has been received.

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