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At long last, GPU prices have come to reasonably priced levels. After a long run up in prices due to overwhelming demand, both AMD and Nvidia GPUs are returning to levels that make building a mining rig reasonable. For those betting on price increases building a mining rig might now again be an option.

Mining Rig GPU Prices

Over the past year GPUs like Nvidia’s 1070 and 1080 and AMD’s RX and Vega lines have been all but ludicrous, with prices reaching well above MSRP prices. During the height of the GPU drought prices for the most desirable cards topped $500, $600 and even $1,000 for a single video card. Well, the GPU drought is over. With the decline in cryptocurrency prices, and with it hype, GPU levels have come down considerably.

Video Card Prices and Availability

A quick look around the web (today, July 13th, 2018) and we found the following prices and availability in the United States:

  • Nvidia GTX 1060s in the low $200’s
  • Nvidia GTX 1070s for under $400
  • Nvidia GTX 1080s in the low $500s
  • AMD RX 570s 8 GB in the high $200s
  • AMD RX 580s 8 GB in the high $200s
  • AMD Vega 56s in the low $500s
  • AMD Vega 64s in the high $600s

Up to the Minute GPU Price List

To view current prices, check out our mining GPU prices.

What’s your Take?

Are you currently expanding your mining operation, selling off your mining rigs for parts, or somewhere in between?

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