Snagging a new Nvidia RTX 30-series or AMD Radeon RX 6000-series graphics card has been a herculean task over the past year. You could take your chances waiting in a long line to find bare shelves at brick-and-mortar retailers, or you could go with some uncertain online shopping from sellers with unclear reputations. StockX provides another option.
Inventory isn’t so scarce on StockX - in fact, the products you want are never sold out. StockX has a wide variety of popular devices available in its electronics verticals. The site is populated by collectible items, and there are plenty of high-demand electronics — from the latest generation of game consoles to the highly sought-after graphics card — to sift through.
Prices on StockX are determined by supply and demand with sellers naming their asking price and buyers naming their budget, so they're constantly shifting as new buyers and sellers come on board and make their offers. If you don’t see a price that fits your budget today, you can check back regularly to see if it’s shifted. Lately, graphics card prices have been trending downward and the market price of many graphics cards are lower than ever before. You also have the option of putting a bid in at a price you're comfortable with and waiting to see if a seller will accept your offer.
On StockX, you can readily find the popular RTX 3060 Ti Founders Edition, the monstrously powerful RTX 3090 Founders Edition, and even AMD’s hit Radeon RX 6800 XT. You’ll find authentic inventory in brand-new condition, with StockX’s own expert authenticators verifying the goods , so you know what you’re getting.
As StockX is a reseller marketplace, you may not find everything going for the original MSRP — that’s been a challenge anywhere you might look for graphics cards lately thanks to the GPU shortage and booming demand for cryptocurrency mining hardware. But, what you will find is a deep level of detail on pricing to help you make a buying decision that makes sense to you.
StockX provides a lot of detail about the sales of products on its site. It provides the complete price history of every product, so you can tell if prices are rising or falling, along with complete visibility into the number of existing bids and asks, so it’s easy to gauge the level of supply and demand. In some cases you’ll see the release date and retail prices of the product. That can help provide a picture of how the price has shifted since launch.
For more precision, you can check out the price history StockX also provides. This will show helpful details like the range of prices the product has sold, the average price overall, and also lets you see the trends over time. This way, you can readily discover whether prices are falling or rising, so you can know if it makes sense to hold off until the card is cheaper, or buy now before it’s out of reach