ArchangelMadzz said:
Bofferbrauer2 said:

From what I've heard is that GDDR6 was in very high demand but also very low supply, which raised the priced up a lot in 2019 and kept the prices for graphics cards high. I'm sure this problem is (mostly) gone next GPU gen, and prices can thus easily go lower this time around.

I looked at the prices recently and the 2070 super still costs basically as much as it did when I bought it which I was surprised to find. But if the new cards are much better and lower priced the price for this is going to tank hardd. 

People are selling it on ebay for even more than that, most likely flippers wanting to get the new cards. I'd sell mine but I don't have a spare high level gaming GPU just lying around to use in the meantime cause who does

The cards got cheaper in Fall and early Winter, it's just that due to the increased demand and reduced production from the human coronavirus malware the prices went right up again. This is why many argue that right now is the worst moment to buy or upgrade a PC, as not only is the next gen of hardware right around the corner (AMD desktop CPUs, Intel mobile CPUs, AMD and NVidia GPUs are all supposed to release within the next months), but also the current hardware is horribly overpriced due to the lockdowns.