After more than a year of chaos surrounding the Bitcoin price and cryptocurrency in general, things are finally settling down for the most affected by the hype.
Yes, graphics cards no longer cost an arm and a leg because everyone else wants to join the digital gold rush.
As a lot of people rushed to buy NVIDIA GeForce GTX video cards to mine for cryptocurrency, the price for these essential PC components skyrocketed.
Worse, even at an 100% markup, buyers wanting to upgrade their gaming PC had no chance to secure an NVIDIA video card, as crypto-mining companies took every chance they got to buy in bulk .
NVIDIA themselves struggled to stop this deluge and ensure that regular buyers could enjoy their cards.
Now, NVIDIA and retailers finally managed to restock GeForce GTX GPUs from the 10th series at normal prices.
If you go for a GTX GeForce 1060 3GB you will only pay $229, while the top-shelf 1080 TI Founders Edition has a price tag of $699.
You should still hurry though, there’s no telling how long will the stocks last and what will happen to the price of cryptocurrency.