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An end to the madness of video card prices? NVIDIA officially lowers mining speeds on all Ampere models


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If you've already jumped at it then my friend managed to order a 3080 at 4100 from Niagad today, so it's still occasionally possible to get it at a half reasonable price.

Thanks for the update, so just keep your hand on the pulse with REFRESH and check when the pages of Becoming available? 

 

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The truth - I do not understand the logic - there is a market of people who are willing to pay 3 times as much for the tickets, produce the maximum and sell 3 times as much as it seems to me that economically this is the right move. Knocking off a card's ability to push part of the market aside is a dumb approach. A smarter approach - was to build more production lines throughout the production chain. There will always be a demand for tickets and chips and the mining market does not seem to be going away so quickly.
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The truth - I do not understand the logic - there is a market of people who are willing to pay 3 times for the tickets, produce the maximum and sell 3 times as much as it seems to me that economically this is the right move. Knocking a card's ability to push part of the market aside is a stupid approach. A smarter approach - was to build more production lines throughout the production chain. There will always be a demand for tickets and chips and the mining market does not seem to be going away so quickly.

Nudia's goal is not to knock out the miners but to knock out the gamers, once cards were no longer useful for mining you would suddenly see a psychic drop in second hand prices (in 2018 you could get 1080TI at just over 1000 and it is equivalent to 3060 TI which today costs over 4000).
So Noidia realized that as with the Quadro and Tesla it could produce dedicated cards and sell them significantly more but from the same chips (so gamers are knocked out from all directions).
And in terms of "manufacturing passion" you have a total of two bleeding edge chip makers that let you design the chip and these And Samsung and it takes them many years and many billions to open new fabs.

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What has AMD got to do with it? No one buys their mining tickets and Noydia also benefits from it.
The problem is the problem of manufacturing and the paucity of fabs for the production of chips in advanced enough lithography.

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