Nvidia Graphics Card Prices Are Dropping
Nvidia graphics card prices are dropping by up to $500; however, this is promotional pricing for GeForce RTX 3080 cards and its probably for a limited time
Nvidia has acknowledged that it is lowering the cost of its priciest RTX 30-series graphics cards. It’s kind of ironic timing, really, given how many fantastic deals we saw on Prime Day graphics cards I suppose Nvidia just wants to keep things fun by offering everyone summer sales.
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Or rather, is eager to assist its graphics card partners in selling off their remaining inventory by offering them promotional pricing before the anticipated release of the RTX 40-series cards (opens in new tab) later this year. In fact, possibly within a few months.
It no surprise that Nvidia has selected the RTX 3090 Ti, RTX 3090, RTX 3080 Ti, and RTX 3080 12GB as the cards to receive this kind of channel support at a discount. At the start of the new Lovelace era of GeForce graphics cards, these GPUs will be replaced, and if rumors are to be believed, they may appear rather dated in comparison to the new AD10X GPUs.
We might still have to wait since Nvidia is keen to make sure stock is sold through before it gets close to releasing the new cards. Although the exact duration of this limited-time offer is unknown, I would be shocked if it didn’t last until the launch of the next-generation console.
Nvidia’s official response to our inquiry reads, “For a limited time, we are offering a 4 game bundle along with promotional pricing for GeForce RTX 3080 graphics cards and up.” “Following a protracted period of supply shortages, we are acting with our partners to deliver a limited-time promotion for serious creators and avid gamers,” the statement reads.
We first read reports that Nvidia was slashing the MSRP(opens in new tab) on its most exorbitant of GPUs, and we have since received separate confirmation from channel insiders that prices are indeed falling by up to $500 at the top end of the market.
Nvidia has quickly emphasised that this is only a short-term promotion and is not altering the launch MSRPs.
|Graphics Cards||Launch MSRP||Price promotion|
|RTX 3080 Ti||$1,199||$1,099|
|RTX 3080 12GB||N/A||
|RTX 3090 Ti||$1,999||$1,499|
These are US prices, but it appears to be a global promotion, and since we now live in a global economy, you can easily convert US dollars to British pounds in the UK.
To be completely honest, I’m still not sure if I would advise you to go out and purchase an RTX 3090 Ti or, for that matter, any other high-end cards from AMD or Nvidia at this time. Before you decide, consider how you’ll feel when a new card is introduced that may be the same price but is much faster.
Though probably the most difficult to obtain of any GPU in recent years…
I wish Nvidia had extended this price reduction to its mid-range and mainstream graphics card lineup; those are the models we would advise you to buy right away because they won’t likely be replaced until well into the new year.But that is also the reason why it hasn’t