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Ars Technica

Here's why you can't buy a high-end graphics card at Best Buy
Ars Technica
The market for high-end graphics cards used to work like the market for almost any other piece of computer gear. You'd go to your local electronics store, pick one up off the shelf, and pay an amount right around the manufacturer's suggested retail ...



PCWorld

Graphics card prices are ludicrous. Here's how to keep gaming in the coin mining era
PCWorld
The theoretically $200 3GB GeForce GTX 1060 currently goes for $380 to $550—when you can find it in stock, that is. The Radeon RX 570, RX 580, and 6GB GTX 1060—graphics cards with suggested retail prices of $200 to $250—are selling for $500 to $800 ...



SlashGear

Cryptocurrency mining spurs high-end graphics card sales & causing GPU shortages
SlashGear
The result is that the top of the line graphics cards from AMD and Nvidia are sold out just about anywhere you can look. Usually all that can be found are cheap, low-end GPUs, the kind that just aren't powerful enough for cryptocurrency mining. These ...
Nvidia Reportedly Asking Retailers To Sell Graphics Cards To Gamers, Not MinersLowyat.NET (blog)
GeForce GTX: Nvidia bittet Händler um Verkauf an Spieler, nicht MinerComputerBase

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Demand for Cryptocurrency and Price Gouging of Graphics Card
Financial Tribune
The exponentially growing interest in the currencies like bitcoin and Ethereum has led to unprecedented demand for computer parts used for mining the currencies.” Surfing the web you will encounter cryptocurrency mining guides in abundance in Persian ...

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PC Gamer

Why Building a Gaming PC Right Now Is a Bad Idea, Part 2: Insane Graphics Card Prices
TechSpot
We're hardly two weeks into 2018 and it's been a wild ride for the tech industry already (CES notwithstanding). Just as we thought graphics card pricing was starting to settle down late last year, it has skyrocketed higher than ever as a result of ...
It's a terrible time to buy a graphics cardPC Gamer
Upcoming Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q GPU Is The Secret Weapon That Will Be Used To Take On Vega Mobile GLSegmentNext

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PC Gamer

Samsung is cranking out GDDR6 memory for next-generation graphics cards
PC Gamer
The jump in performance will give AMD and Nvidia something to think about when they starting producing next-generation graphics cards—specifically, whether to outfit their cards with GDDR6, HBM2, or HBM3 memory. "Samsung's immediate production of ...
Samsung Now Producing GDDR6 RAM For Next-Gen Graphics CardsUbergizmo
Samsung Electronics Starts Producing Industry's First 16-Gigabit GDDR6 for Advanced Graphics SystemsSamsung Newsroom
Samsung Starts Production on Next-Gen 16Gb GDDR6 DRAM Chips for Graphics CardsNDTV
ZDNet -GSMArena.com -Samsung Newsroom -Micron Technology, Inc.
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Forbes

5 Stocks That Could Be Hurt By Cryptocurrencies
Forbes
... December quarter from Ethereum based sales. He also believes that the two companies could have sold more than $200 million in just the first few weeks of this year. However, he and Joseph Moore at Morgan Stanley have longer-term concerns about the ...



PC Gamer

Hang onto your graphics cards, as cryptocurrency mining spikes GPUs prices
PC Gamer
Whatever the root cause, the impact on graphics card prices is clear: everything is going up. Again. Here's a quick rundown of the various popular GPUs, with MSRPs, November pricing (not including Black Friday / Cyber Monday discounts), and current ...



Wccftech

NVIDIA Asks Retailers To Stop Selling To Miners & Sell To Gamers Instead
Wccftech
... want its cards to go to gamers when miners are more than happy to gobble up every last GPU in existence and are more than willing to pay a premium for it? Well, it's more complicated than that. Miners have no loyalty. To them a GPU is a just a tool ...
NVIDIA Tells Retailers To Sell To Gamers, Not Cryptominers As GPU Shortage Causes Extreme Price GougingHot Hardware

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BusinessKorea

Sales of Graphics Cards for Mining Cryptocurrency Surge
BusinessKorea
Due to a frenzy in the crypto investment market, there was a sudden rise in demand for high-performance graphics cards, which are used to mine digital currencies. According to price comparison site eNuri.com on January 15, the total sales of graphics ...


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