Graphics processing unit (GPU) prices could drop during this month

As many of you know, graphics processors have become unavailable many times in recent years due to cryptocurrency mining, and more than once buying a new computer for personal or work purposes has become problematic for many. However, according to several sources, the companies Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Nvidia will resort to reducing the prices of graphics processors (GPU) in the near future in order to be able to sell their excess stocks. The worldwide shortage during the pandemic can thus be at least partly eradicated, as there are still a huge number of people who simply cannot afford a new computer due to the high prices of graphics processors, and even if they wanted to, crypto miners bought up most of the available graphics processors many times in the past, and ordinary citizens nothing left.

“Graphics card manufacturers will launch a new wave of price reductions from September, mainly NVIDIA and AMD products.“

However, the current situation in the world is not easy, as food, heating, and energy have become more expensive due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and so, according to many experts, we do not necessarily see much interest in graphics processors even if they become cheaper, as many residents have more important things to worry about than a computer upgrade. However, the main reason for the possible lack of interest in GPU sales could be the collapse of the crypto market, as well as the upcoming transition of Ethereum from Proof of Work (PoW) to Proof of Stake (PoS). However, whether we will actually see a decrease in GPUs already in September is questionable.