Nvidia India Reduced RTX 3000 Series Prices but It’s Too Late Too Late

by November 4, 2020 0 comments

Yes, you read that correctly. Nvidia has reduced the prices of the RTX 3000 Series cards in India but the pricing even after the cuts leaves a lot to be desired. When Nvidia launched the RTX 3000 series in India the pricing was they went with was terrible, to say the least. Unlike the US customers who were facing shortages with the RTX 3000 series since there was a rush on them and somehow both Nvidia and all the OEM involved in making the RTX 3000 series were unprepared for it. The result was obvious. Memes and anger loomed over the Nvidia RTX 3000 series in the US.

Meanwhile in India, a market that is so ignored by Nvidia that it’s not even funny had to face both the apathy of the company and the shortages. When Nvidia launched the RTX 3000 series in India they priced it so high initially that even the fanboys were criticizing them. That didn’t help at all and if you had gone on the Nvidia India website you would have seen that there was no stock available for the RTX 3000 series cards. Funnily enough, there isn’t any stock of the cards even today. Basically, Indian gamers and PC enthusiasts are playing the game with the Nvidia RTX 3000 series cards and not on them.

With all that said, Nvidia has reduced the prices of the RTX 3000 series in India but is there even a point to it if there are no stocks. Before you think that the price reduction was because of the Indian gamers and PC enthusiasts then you need to think again. Nvidia reduced the prices on the RTX 3000 series because of the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series. The red AMD Radeon RX 6000 had the Nvidia RTX 3000 series feeling green rather than making green.

Now, does Nvidia RTX 3000 series make a viable option for Indian gamers and PC enthusiasts after the price cuts? 

No cause that would require you to be able to buy them at reduced prices which you can’t cause even today Nvidia has not figured out how demand and supply works. No one can buy the RTX 3000  series cards in India cause they’re out of stock which is surprising since when were they in stock. Beyond that even, if this is a price cut then it clearly shows the commitment that Nvidia has to give to the Indian market. Even after these supposed price cuts, the prices of the RTX 3000  series in India are still higher than in the US and that’s without the GST tax added.

Also Read: AMD Reveals Radeon RX 6000 Series, May the Gods Bless Nvidia

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