Looking to boost those frame rates? Graphics card prices are finally getting reasonable again, and Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale, colloquially known as Prime Day 2 or October Prime Day, kicks off October 11 – hopefully for the benefit of desktop gamers looking to do so. an agreement.For nearly two years, the combination of quadruple demand action for pandemic games, worldwide chip shortages, cryptocurrency boom, and scalpers trying to get rich on all three at once has kept graphics card prices high. But now we’re finally seeing them drop to healthier levels, down 50% this year alone. And now that new cards from Nvidia and AMD are on the horizon, and with Intel coming to compete directly on price, it’s a great time to hunt for deals on high-end cards.
Amazon is being pretty cheeky trying to squeeze in a second Prime Day sale in the same year, especially just a month before the consumer spending craze that is Black Friday. But since so much has changed in the GPU market since this year’s first Prime Day in July, we’re happy to get a second chance at some low prices. Of course, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber to take advantage of the deals – here’s how you can get a subscription for free.
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With graphics card inventories running high and new models ready to hit shelves, Amazon’s competitors won’t sit idly by during the sale. We’ll be scouring the web for the best deals on GPUs from other big sellers too, like Best Buy, Newegg, Walmart, and eBay. And most of the time, they let you make a deal without having to buy a subscription first.