Our monthly GPU pricing update gives us the opportunity to revisit new card launches like the recent RTX 4070 Ti, see how those affect the overall market and where the best GPU deals are.
With the recent launch of new GPUs from both AMD and Nvidia, it's time to take a look into what graphics cards are the best value right now, using the most up to date pricing in several regions.
AMD says insufficient fluid in Radeon RX 7900 XTX vapor chamber causing overheating, offers replacements
Rumor mill: Nvidia looks set to finally unveil the RTX 4070 Ti, aka the rebranded RTX 4080 12GB, on January 3. The card's specs are all but confirmed, but one question gamers still want answered is the price, and how will it compare to the card that team green unlaunched? According to the latest reports and rumors, the next Lovelace entry will land at $799.
Our final GPU pricing update of the year brings interesting talk points after new GPUs have landed, how sales of the new graphics cards are going and how they have affected the broader GPU market.
WTF?! We've seen plenty of reports about weak RTX 4080 sales, but is Nvidia's expensive Lovelace product really that unpopular? Not according to Newegg, whose list of top-selling graphics cards is topped by the RTX 4080. Amazon, however, has some very different figures.
The Radeon RX 7900 XT is a cut down version of the 7900 XTX. In terms of core and memory, the 7900 XT ends up roughly 85% that of the flagship model, but the problem ultimately is with pricing.