Store in Germany claims NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti outsells anything else available

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Well if it's true, then i am doomed.
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Mindfactory sale data is already the best case scenario for AMD, nowhere else has nearly as much 7900XT/X stocks as Mindfactory
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Locally, in Sweden, the 4070Ti is the cheapest of the new generation cards. It's also cheaper than the remaining 3080s. If I were putting 1000-1100€ into a new GPU that would be my choice also, as there's really no alternatives.
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This data is meaningless without comparison to previous years. So, in January 2020 the 2070S sold 2905 units. I guess people are voting with their wallets.
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Exodite:

Locally, in Sweden, the 4070Ti is the cheapest of the new generation cards. It's also cheaper than the remaining 3080s. If I were putting 1000-1100€ into a new GPU that would be my choice also, as there's really no alternatives.
Indeed. That's all 4070 Ti is. If you absolutely need a new graphics card, and have got more cash than an average joe/jane is willing to invest in his/her PC, then 4070 Ti is the most reasonable card right now, even if it is severely overpriced. The old gen, which aren't even discounted, are definitely not worth it, unless you buy used from a source you can trust or are willing to gamble. It used to be that the same money gets you more performance (absolute performance, not relative to newest games), but now the manufacturers are trying to reform the industry so that while you can get more performance, but you will also pay more for it.
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2245 Nvidia (945 Lovelace - 1210 Ampere - 90 Turing or older) 1675 AMD (500 RX7k - 1175 RX6k) 20 Intel (20 Alchemist) Unless I did fail to calculate properly (not sure about those GT700s), it shows pretty well that last gen's hardware sells better than current gens, especially with AMD, which I find a bit surprising.
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There is nothing worth buying except the 4000 series or RDNA3. Everything else is over two years old. The 4070 Ti is the cheapest.
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Kaarme:

Indeed. That's all 4070 Ti is. If you absolutely need a new graphics card, and have got more cash than an average joe/jane is willing to invest in his/her PC, then 4070 Ti is the most reasonable card right now, even if it is severely overpriced. The old gen, which aren't even discounted, are definitely not worth it, unless you buy used from a source you can trust or are willing to gamble. It used to be that the same money gets you more performance (absolute performance, not relative to newest games), but now the manufacturers are trying to reform the industry so that while you can get more performance, but you will also pay more for it.
While I agree with you on the fact that the 4070ti is the cheapest way into the next gen cards, I have to disagree when you say that previous gen cards are not worth it because lately stores have been making some nice deals on AMD cards. For example, right now there's a store that is selling a XFX 6800xt speedster for 610 euros or a Power color for 630 euros. And the same store is also selling a Sapphire Nitro + 6950xt for 770 euros, that is really tempting me and might be my next card. The strange part is that while AMD is making discounts to clear their stock, Nvidia simply doesn't lower their prices...
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Arc A770 = 10... Poor Intel.
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H83:

The strange part is that while AMD is making discounts to clear their stock, Nvidia simply doesn't lower their prices...
W1zzard from TPU said Nvidia have almost cleared inventory of previous gen (high end Ampere are definitely gone) while AMD is still sitting on mountain of stocks And W1zzard is from Germany
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Quite interesting. I've been following the card since its release, because I'm quite interested in eventually getting it too. My brother got the ASUS TUF at a really good price at release and I got to see it running, it's a beast of a card. Now, ever since its release, the 4070 has never been sold out at any of the stores I'm following (and that's quite a few). So either nVidia somehow managed to manufacture a ridiculous amount of chips and there is no shortage anywhere, or demand is much lower than what they try to sell us here. I got a feeling which one of the two it is.
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I was hoping that the scalping would slow down. It seems that the best time to grab a current card in today's market is just before the release of the next gen. If you want the next gen at MSRP we must be at our retailers early in the morning on release day. The 3080ti and 3090 prices were around $1000.00 at my local Microcenter but now the prices have increased. I do see 4070TI's in stock and discounted. Nevertheless I'm grateful and deeply appreciate having a Microcenter in my state. The staff there is beyond awesome and the best!
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That makes no sense. Thats like 2+2=5
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alanm:

Arc A770 = 10... Poor Intel.
Poor 10 people.
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H83:

While I agree with you on the fact that the 4070ti is the cheapest way into the next gen cards, I have to disagree when you say that previous gen cards are not worth it because lately stores have been making some nice deals on AMD cards.
The point being that while that may be the case locally it's not universally true, hence why this news isn't saying much outside of the context of the local market. 1000-1100€ in Sweden gets you a 4070Ti, a 10GB 3080 or a RX6900/6950. Out of these options you'd get the 4070Ti every time. You want to save some cash? You can get, if you're lucky, a 6800XT for ~800-850€. Is that worth it compared to paying ~250€ more for a 4070Ti? Doubtful, unless your budget can't stretch further and you need a card now. You absolutely right that you can get cards cheaper than 1100€, but you can't really get better performance for 1100€.
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Krizby:

W1zzard from TPU said Nvidia have almost cleared inventory of previous gen (high end Ampere are definitely gone) while AMD is still sitting on mountain of stocks And W1zzard is from Germany
Some things never change I guess. Is AMD going to keep doing this even when their market share in GPU's eventually end up in single digits? Is the Radeon division even profitable?
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AuerX:

Some things never change I guess. Is AMD going to keep doing this even when their market share in GPU's eventually end up in single digits? Is the Radeon division even profitable?
RTG would be profittable after they let go of the PR team 😉
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It all depends on the price. In Spain they begin to see rx 6800xt for €640, new, for that price it is a very good option.
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Krizby:

RTG would be profittable after they let go of the PR team 😉
I don't understand how Herkelman still has a job.
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Exodite:

Locally, in Sweden, the 4070Ti is the cheapest of the new generation cards. It's also cheaper than the remaining 3080s. If I were putting 1000-1100€ into a new GPU that would be my choice also, as there's really no alternatives.
Which store are you looking at? I checked one major store and the only 3080 model they've got is 1100€ and 4070Ti starts at 1180€ (pretending the conversion rate is 10SEK).