If you're looking for the right graphics card to get into mining for cryptocurrencies, you need one of these. We've rounded up the absolute best graphics cards to mine cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
While several bundles have already sold out, this may be a chance for you to grab one of Nvidia's cards without grossly overpaying for it. The deals come from antonline, a reputable eBay seller we've shared deals from before.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is an odd GPU. It's essentially a slightly improved RTX 3070 but costs an additional $100. ASUS did the best it could to make the TUF Gaming RTX 3070 Ti worth considering.
Though it's been hard to quantify the impact of crypto miners on the global GPU shortage, Jon Peddie Research claims to have done it. According to the firm, around 25% of the GPUs shipped during Q1 2021 went to cryptocurrency enthusiasts and speculators.
If you're planning on upgrading from an older GPU and wish to game at only 1080p, NVIDIA's RTX 3060 may be the best option for you. If you cannot locate one at retail price or are looking into 1440p territory, the RTX 3060 Ti is better in many ways, including value.
AMD's CEO Lisu Su discussed the global chip shortage and how it's affected what AMD can offer. Su explained that some segments have gone 'under serviced' due to AMD having to prioritize high-end chips.
NVIDIA has plenty of GPUs available, depending on how much you have to spend and what resolution at which you plan on gaming. We've rounded up the best NVIDIA GPUs for budget, resolution, or if you simply want the best.
Following in the footsteps of the U.S., South Korea, and China, the EU appears set to invest heavily in semiconductor production. The funding could line up with a major alliance of European semiconductor manufacturers.