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Gaming PCs become more expensive, and monitor sales will flourish: IDC

A new report shows that although mainstream PC shipments are limited by component shortages and logistics issues, the sales of gaming monitors are growing. IDC reportBeancounters also believes that the average selling price (ASP) of gaming PCs will rise in the next few years, and shipments of gaming PCs and monitors will continue to grow until at least 2025.

It is worth noting that although gaming monitors are expected to be slightly cheaper in the next few years, IDC predicts that the actual average selling price of gaming PCs will increase from US$925 in 2020 to US$1,007 in 2025.One thing to point out here is that IDC considers any system more or less advanced graphics and one of them The best gaming CPU (Including those based on high-performance APUs with good integrated GPUs, such as AMD Ryzen 7 5700G) Gaming PC.The system does not have to be equipped with one of them Best graphics card IDC treats it as a game console. At the same time, due to tight supply, high manufacturer suggested retail prices, and high-performance CPU and graphics card pricing, IDC predicts that the average price of gaming PCs will rise in the next few years.

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