Apart from the Mindfactory CPU sales, thanks to @TechEpiphany, we have the detailed report for GPU sales of last week as well. It seems GPUs are lot more in stock than before and the situation is not as abnormal as before which is why we see a total of 575 units sold for AMD while 1320 units units sold by NVIDIA.
Obviously, NVIDIA is in the lead when it comes to GPU availability and has lot of variants to offer unlike AMD. However, one positivity on AMD front is the new Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs look to be in stock more than before and also consider the Radeon RX 6600 XT will be coming to market soon, it looks positive for AMD.
Whereas, NVIDIA totally dominated sales, accounting for 69.66% of the share and an average selling price or ASP of 738 euros and for AMD it is 30.34% with an ASP of 910 euros. The best-selling GPU is the RTX 3060 Ti, and it is because it has been rightfully priced and as we saw in our review, it great for 1440p gaming and for games with DLSS, you can comfortably play even at 4K high settings.
The second in the list is the RX 6700 XT, which is another 1440p gaming champion from AMD, also in our review we stated its a great mid-range GPU for gamers. It is followed by the recently released flagship RTX 3080 Ti and then by the GTX 1650, also there’s the Radeon RX 6800 XT as well.
You do have a lot of RTX 30-series GPUs in the list and some old GPUs from both AMD and NVIDIA, this sales report looks promising as GPU prices are looking to get better.