eBay Historical GPU Prices 2023: November 2023 Update

GPU Prices Index: eBay Charts
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We've been tracking GPU prices on all the best graphics cards and the latest additions to our GPU benchmarks hierarchy for the past couple of years. To do this, we scrape eBay's sales data to get details on what sort of prices people are paying for (typically used) GPUs — if you're only interested in retail prices on current generation hardware, check our GPU price index.

We provide monthly (-ish) updates on eBay's prices for the latest generation Nvidia Ada Lovelace, AMD RDNA 3, and Intel Arc Alchemist GPUs, as well as previous generation Nvidia Ampere, Turing, AMD RDNA 2, and RDNA graphics cards. Depending on the month, we provide an analysis of the latest trends in pricing.

Zotac RTX 4070 Twin Edge: now $514 at Newegg

Zotac RTX 4070 Twin Edge: now $514 at Newegg (was $549)
Zotac's mainstream RTX 4070 delivers an excellent blend of performance, features, and efficiency, now at its lowest price to date. It has 12GB VRAM, supports DLSS 3, and generally matches the previous gen RTX 3080.

The past few months have seen a bit of up and down movement, as we head into the holiday season. Some of the fluctuations may be due to a potentially limited supply of Nvidia's top RTX 4090. At the same time, we're also seeing a lot of "too good to be true" prices on some of the fastest cards. Beware of what you're buying, in other words, and look for signs of scamming: If you see a price that's less than half the going rate we list here, it's probably not real.

There haven't been any new GPU launches since last month's Arc A580. Not surprisingly, there aren't any eBay sales of that particular GPU — scalpers aren't trying to turn a profit on a near-budget GPU that's perhaps already overpriced. The RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT have started to show up in limited quantities, though only GPUs that have sold at least 50 units in a month have any real significance.

We're in November now — all hail the Black Friday GPU madness — so our last full month of data comes from October. We filter the sold listings on eBay, doing our best to remove junk listings (e.g. box only, image of card, bundles, broken cards, etc.) to collect average prices. Some people pay quite a bit more while others pay substantially less, but the month to month trends are the primary focus.

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Nvidia Ada / Ampere, AMD RDNA 2/3 GPUs, Intel Arc: eBay Pricing for October 2023
GPUOctober eBay PriceQTY SoldRetail PriceSep eBay PriceMonthly ChangeFPS/$
GeForce RTX 4090$1,704304$1,649$1,6036.3%0.0890
GeForce RTX 4080$989182$1,090$1,042-5.1%0.1441
GeForce RTX 4070 Ti$675158$770$781-13.5%0.2004
GeForce RTX 4070$536129$530$553-3.0%0.2304
GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16GB$51012$430$511-0.1%0.1999
GeForce RTX 4060 Ti$35059$370$374-6.5%0.2906
GeForce RTX 4060$28333$290$313-9.6%0.2999
GeForce RTX 3090 Ti$853106$1,540$926-8.0%0.1555
GeForce RTX 3090$704765$1,377$730-3.5%0.1811
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti$581373$1,000$606-4.1%0.2168
GeForce RTX 3080 12GB$46347$950$502-7.7%0.2683
GeForce RTX 3080$401849$829$414-2.9%0.2965
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti$342339$410$356-3.9%0.3091
GeForce RTX 3070$279956$365$288-3.3%0.3606
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti$236871$320$244-3.3%0.3919
GeForce RTX 3060$218560$250$220-1.0%0.3347
GeForce RTX 3050$169141$216$183-7.3%0.3061
Radeon RX 7900 XTX$82462$889$8240.0%0.1790
Radeon RX 7900 XT$67049$720$6572.0%0.2107
Radeon RX 7800 XT$51611$500$525-1.6%0.2463
Radeon RX 7700 XT$3751$430$480-21.9%0.3032
Radeon RX 7600$22710$240$232-2.2%0.3626
Radeon RX 6950 XT$47858$610$590-19.0%0.2840
Radeon RX 6900 XT$44994$550$526-14.5%0.2938
Radeon RX 6800 XT$391168$495$416-5.9%0.3254
Radeon RX 6800$32899$400$348-5.6%0.3544
Radeon RX 6750 XT$28832$350$309-6.9%0.3621
Radeon RX 6700 XT$248629$310$258-3.6%0.4038
Radeon RX 6700 10GB$21831$281$229-4.8%0.3961
Radeon RX 6650 XT$19345$230$1910.7%0.4154
Radeon RX 6600 XT$164422$250$168-2.0%0.4760
Radeon RX 6600$136325$200$144-5.6%0.4940
Radeon RX 6500 XT$8643$144$89-2.8%0.3557
Radeon RX 6400$12061$134$121-0.8%0.2006
Intel Arc A770 16GB$31120$280$3090.6%0.2474
Intel Arc A770 8GB$1802$240$208-13.3%0.4186
Intel Arc A750$16538$190$191-14.0%0.4299
Intel Arc A5800$180
Intel Arc A380$938$100$115-19.3%0.3066

Most of the Nvidia RTX 40-series parts show a downward trend, but the RTX 4090 price has spiked upward by 6%. Again, there seem to be a lot of what I would classify as fake listings, which I eliminated from the pricing trends — it's difficult to imagine anyone selling a functional 4090 for under $800, basically. The RTX 4070 Ti prices also seem a bit suspect, though certainly we agree that the $799 MSRP is too high so it's a bit more believable. All of Nvidia's RTX 30-series cards meanwhile slow a slight downward trend, which is what we would expect.

AMD's RX 7000-series parts are mostly flat, unless you want to include the single data point for the RX 7700 XT. The RX 6000-series GPUs meanwhile continue to drop, sometimes by a large percentage. As with some of the Nvidia GPUs, we're a bit skeptical that prices on certain models have falling by nearly 20% in a single month. At the same time, the new RX 7800 XT basically matches the RX 6900 XT in performance, has a $549 MSRP, and uses less power. It also has some new features, so we wouldn't pay more than $500 for a previous generation AMD card at this point and that could be reflected in the eBay prices.

Intel's Arc GPUs meanwhile have only sold in very limited quantities on eBay. The A750 is the most popular, for good reason, with an average price of just $165. It generally competes with the Nvidia RTX 3060 and AMD RX 6600 XT in performance, with similar pricing to the AMD card.

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Nvidia Turing and AMD RDNA GPUs: eBay Pricing for October 2023
GPUOctober eBay PriceQTY SoldRetail PriceSep eBay PriceMonthly ChangeFPS/$
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti$309196$1,200$335-7.9%0.3174
GeForce RTX 2080 Super$232117$700$243-4.7%0.3744
GeForce RTX 2080$201104$700$211-5.0%0.4167
GeForce RTX 2070 Super$183184$500$191-4.2%0.4289
GeForce RTX 2070$159173$500$1590.0%0.4414
GeForce RTX 2060 Super$16195$400$165-2.6%0.4111
GeForce RTX 2060$130239$215$131-1.1%0.4306
GeForce GTX 1660 Ti$104132$295$106-2.6%0.4337
GeForce GTX 1660 Super$97511$213$98-0.9%0.4678
GeForce GTX 1660$8188$220$86-5.8%0.4957
GeForce GTX 1650 Super$8967$250$846.4%0.3790
GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6$97126$130$8711.1%0.2980
GeForce GTX 1650$8550$200$94-9.3%0.3164
GeForce GTX 1630$1601$120$10552.3%0.1054
Radeon RX 5700 XT$116639$400$1151.6%0.6302
Radeon RX 5700$11167$350$115-3.4%0.5790
Radeon RX 5600 XT$9674$280$8315.7%0.6011
Radeon RX 5500 XT 8GB$8727$200$94-7.4%0.4551
Radeon RX 5500 XT 4GB$7218$170$703.8%0.4603

The next older generation of AMD and Nvidia GPUs continue to drop as well, and games like Alan Wake 2 suggest a lot of people may start looking at potential upgrades. Even the RTX 2080 Ti only managed a playable 69 fps at 1080p medium, with DLSS Quality upscaling. Turn on ray tracing and it dropped to just 35 fps, and only 21 fps with path tracing. Yikes! Not that newer cards were all massively better, but the 4070 managed a playable 43 fps with path tracing at least (and that's without Frame Generation).

There are a few curious fluctuations in monthly pricing on these older graphics cards, like the RX 5600 XT and GTX 1650 GDDR5 both increasing in price by over 10%. It's difficult to come up with good reasons for buying that level of hardware at anything above $100 or more, but there appear to be a decent number of people willing to do just that.

The best overall value, assuming you don't care about ray tracing or DLSS, continues to be the RX 5700 XT at just $116. In most games (i.e. games that aren't Alan Wake 2), it will still average over 70 fps at 1080p ultra, roughly matching the RX 6600 XT for $50 less. That's of course assuming you're willing to risk a used GPU that would have been around during the heyday of GPU mining in 2020–2022.

Jarred Walton

Jarred Walton is a senior editor at Tom's Hardware focusing on everything GPU. He has been working as a tech journalist since 2004, writing for AnandTech, Maximum PC, and PC Gamer. From the first S3 Virge '3D decelerators' to today's GPUs, Jarred keeps up with all the latest graphics trends and is the one to ask about game performance.

  • JarredWaltonGPU
    FYI, we're reorganizing some things and have a new forum thread here. Old comments were here: https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/the-gpu-sadness-index-tracking-ebay-pricing.3689998/
    That is all. :cool: