GPU prices are seeing a continued decline with flagship graphics cards like the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti now hitting -30% below MSRP.
AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT & NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti custom graphics cards see 30% drop in GPU prices
The overall GPU market has plummeted in recent months due to a crypto crash, a declining PC market, and overall poor demand due to anticipation of next-generation GPUs. This has caused graphics cards, especially high-end models, to hit new lows in terms of prices. We recently saw EVGA’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti drop from a suggested retail price of $2149 US to $1149 US, down nearly -47% below its launch price. That’s the case with almost all RTX 3090 Ti and RTX 3090 GPUs these days, which are close to the $1100 US figure.
But if you’re looking for something under the $1000 US segment, you can still find some high-quality graphics cards for avid fans of AMD and NVIDIA. Newegg features two AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics cards, a Gigabyte Gaming OC variant and an ASRock Phantom Gaming variant. Both models are listed for $699.99 US respectively, which is a -30% drop below their US$999 MSRP.
Both cards also come with AMD’s “Raise The Game” bundle promo that adds 3 games (Saints Row, Forspoken, Sniper Elite 5), increasing the value of your purchase. The Radeon RX 6900 XT is still a very capable card and for the price quoted plus the bundled promo it’s definitely a tempting deal and if you like you can go to the links below to buy:
If you’re looking for something from the green camp, NVIDIA’s Geforce RTX 3080 Ti 12GB graphics card from vendor Gigabyte (Gaming OC) is available for $869.99 US, a price of -28% below the MSRP. The graphics card is also a very capable solution and could be a perfect solution for your PC for ultra high-end 4K gaming. You can find the graphics card from the link below:
While these graphics card deals are a lot of fun and will grab the attention of most gamers, it should also be noted that we can expect prices to drop further in the coming months as we approach the launch of the next-generation lineup. . So unless you really want a graphics card now, we’d recommend waiting a little longer, and hopefully you’ll be able to get even better deals in a few weeks.
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