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Windows Central

Don't buy a graphics card right now unless you really have to
Windows Central
So who's driving all this demand for graphics cards? Cryptocurrency miners. To understand the phenomenon, we talked to people active in cryptocurrency mining, and they all told us similar stories: mining Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies has become ...

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Windows Central

Best deals on graphics cards (GPUs) as of February 16, 2018
Windows Central
This mini version of the 4GB NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti from PNY is currently one of the best-priced for this capable budget graphics card. It's perfect for folks gaming in less intensive titles like Fortnite Battle Royale, CS:GO, League of Legends and some ...



PC Gamer

How to buy a graphics card without getting ripped off
PC Gamer
Micro Center isn't the only store worth looking at. Also try Best Buy, which is selling cards online for MSRP. They're all sold out online, but you may luck out and find one in stores. Canadian customers can hit up stores like Canada Computers, and ...



Kotaku

The Great Graphics Card Shortage Of 2018
Kotaku
Cards like the GTX 1080, which normally retails for $550, have been going for over $1,000 on third-party marketplaces. Leading graphics card maker NVIDIA has even started limiting its online sales, limiting each item to two per customer in an attempt ...
Nvidia suggests retailers put gamers over cryptocurrency miners in graphics card crazePolygon
AMD, Nvidia must do more to stop cryptominers from causing PC gaming card shortages, price gougingCNBC
Amid Shortage, Nvidia Suggests Limit on Graphics Card OrdersPCMag
The INQUIRER -Twinfinite -ExtremeTech -TechSpot
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Gizmodo

AMD's Newest Processors Are So Good You Can Skip the Graphics Card
Gizmodo
In the past year, graphics cards have gone from the reasonably priced computer part you pick up on Amazon or Newegg to something bordering on as precious as gold. If you happen to find one being sold at its MSRP, you can easily snatch it up and sell it ...
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G And Ryzen 3 2200G Review: The Ultimate Choice For Budget PC Gaming?Forbes
Poll: Is AMD's new APU fast enough to make a graphics card unnecessary?Digital Trends
AMD's Ryzen 5 2400G is a good option for a budget gaming PCPC Gamer
Windows Central -AnandTech
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GameSpot

PSA: Do NOT Buy A Graphics Card Today (Thanks, Cryptocurrency)
GameSpot
If you haven't followed the price of graphics cards lately, or are oblivious to the price of GPUs and are thinking about buying one, then we've got an important PSA for you: Now is a really bad time to buy a GPU. Graphics card prices have skyrocketed ...
How To Boost Older GPU Performance, Since You Can't Buy a New OneExtremeTech

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Forbes

Newegg Gives You A 'Free' Monitor If You Buy Their Overpriced Graphics Cards
Forbes
For $499, you can take home Sapphire's Nitro+ RX 580 4GB, which is admittedly a terrific card -- for its launch price of $200. Add it to your cart and Newegg will gift you a 27" HP 270 1080p LCD monitor with some adequate specs like 1ms response rate ...



Yahoo Finance

Nvidia is scrambling to get graphics cards to gamers amid crypto boom
Yahoo Finance
Nvidia's (NVDA) most loyal customers, — gamers — are feeling the squeeze as cryptominers buy up every graphics card they can find, driving card prices through the roof. That's not something Nvidia would normally have a problem with but its keeping an ...
Nvidia CEO: 'We're doing everything we can' to increase GPU supplyPC Gamer
Nvidia Corporation - NVDA - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks
SEC FORM 4 - SEC.govSEC.gov

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Polygon

Graphics card shortage leads retailers to take unusual measures
Polygon
The ongoing shortage of gaming graphics cards has kept prices for AMD's and Nvidia's midrange and high-end GPUs in the stratosphere, and retailers are taking steps to try to give gamers a better chance of buying the in-demand cards before ...



Stock Market Daily

Crypto-cash boom prompts graphics card rationing
BBC News
Booming interest in crypto-currencies has been blamed for pushing up the prices of graphics cards. The cards are popular because they speed up the process of minting or "mining" crypto-coins. Keen miners are buying graphics cards in large quantities ...
Bitcoin and Graphics Card… Inter Related? (NASDAQ: NVDA)Stock Market Daily

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