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NVIDIA: No espere que los precios básicos de la serie 20 estén disponibles en el lanzamiento



Tom Petersen, NVIDIA's director of technical marketing, in a webcast with HotHardware, expressed confidence in the value of its RTX 20-series graphics cards - but threw a wrench on consumers' pricing expectations, set by NVIDIA's own MSRP. That NVIDIA's pricing for their Founder's Edition graphics cards would give partners leeway to increase their margins was a given - why exactly would they sell at lower prices than NVIDIA, when they have increased logistical (and other) costs to support? And this move by NVIDIA might even serve as a small hand-holding for partners - remember that every NVIDIA-manufactured graphics cad sold is one that doesn't go to its AIB's bottom-lines, so there's effectively another AIB contending for their profits. This way, NVIDIA gives them an opportunity to make some of those profits back (at least concerning official MSRP).

Tom Petersen dijo esto en el webcast de HotHardware: 'Los socios básicamente van a alcanzar el rango de precio completo entre nuestro precio de nivel de entrada, que será de $ 499, hasta lo que consideren que es el precio apropiado por el valor que ellos tienen'. re entregando. (...) En mi opinión, realmente la pregunta es '¿alguna vez veré esos precios de entrada?' Y la verdad es que sí, verá esos precios de entrada. Y en realidad es solo una cuestión de cómo se están acercando los socios al mercado. Por lo general, cuando lanzamos hay más demanda que oferta y eso tiende a aumentar el precio de la oferta al momento del lanzamiento ''.

Of course, there were some mitigating words left for last: 'But we are working really hard to drive that down so that there is supply at the entry point. We're building a ton of parts and it's the natural behaviour of the market,' Tom Petersen continued. 'So it could be just the demand/supply equation working its way into retail pricing - but maybe there's more to it than that.' Sources: HotHardware Webcast, via PCGamesN