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Crypto currency miners devoured all graphics boards in an already somewhat small market and pushed up the price of high-end and even mid-range CPUs. It was six month ago that we talked about how this strange move in the industry made it more economic to buy a pre-built gaminggame computer than to actually make it for the first times in... well, forever.
As the Bitcoin bladder bursts formally (and technical authors everywhere are happy that they no longer have to elucidate block-chain encryption), the man-made heavy demands for high-performance graphics boards have broken down and pricing is back to its usual, near MSRP-oriented level. The crypto currency has dropped from a high of almost 20,000 dollars per euro in January to just over 6,000 dollars, and has thus dropped two third of its value as a good.
Remember, the accumulative demining operation for new electronic coinage will become slow and resource-intensive over a period of years, and more coinage will be "created" regardless of the coin prices themselves. As NVIDIA has already mentioned in a recent quarter financials release. One might think that the graphics manufacturers NVIDIA and AMD and their production partner would be angry about this crypto currency malfunction, but this is not the case.
Remember that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both use AMD's APU integrated processing technology, and the Nintendo Switch uses NVIDIA's Tegra X1 portable device, almost 100 million devices between them for this power-up. However, to lower the price during the run for crypto-currency graphics card mines, NVIDIA and AMD would have had to quickly increase their manufacturing capacity, far exceeding their off-the-shelf edition for sale to computer manufacturers and gamer users.
Players benefit in many ways from the slump in graphics card sales. First and foremost, obviously, the cost of high-end GPUs is dropping almost as quickly as at the end of last year. For example, NVIDIA's GTX 1070: Generally speaking, the company's XL70 card is a fairly good purchase for a computer gaming enthusiast, with a $400-450 dollar value for money, justifying the fact that they know they can keep playing the latest gaming for years.
Throughout the most striking part of the Bitcoin booming, this MSI GTX 1070 surpassed a saturated price of $719 at Amazon, enough to buy a much more efficient GTX xx80 Ti for a more typically timed period in the hardware lifecycle. Next, there are a relatively large number of tickets in the second-hand store that choose a music.
While you may be reluctant to buy a BPU that could have been part of a six-man mine in a previous lifetime, getting a second-hand map from a crypto currency mine isn't as dangerous as you might think. This decline in high-end map sales could not have come at a better moment.
NVIDIA will begin next November with the delivery of the first highly priced boards in its long-awaited RTX family. As AMD drives its next-generation RX Vega line, we will see a traditional breakthrough between the two top -end players. This means that the last generations of GeForce and Radeon GeForce and Radeon boards are likely to see their demands and pricing drop significantly by the end of this year as NVIDIA and AMD launch new products and customize their MVRs to try to outbid each other.
Seeing as the graphics of computer gameplay is a little wait-and-see, since we are in the midst of the latest consoles line-up, these older boards are still more than capable enough to provide excellent computer gameplay experience. At the moment is a good moment to start building a new personal computer, as both Intel and AMD are unlikely to make major changes to their processor architectures soon and the price of SSD memory is falling like a rock.
Blown up Rams due to a boom in the portable storage industry are a little stupid, but this is offset by good value offers that can be made in other areas. Pricing for GPUs is stable, but if you can afford to delay the first users of the latest NVIDIA RTX boards, you'll find some great offers in both the new and used end of 2018.