NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti Price Drops to MSRP for First Time: Available for $1,209 Now

NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is now available at its official MSRP for the first time since launch. The Ampere gaming flagship which offers RTX 3090-levels of gaming performance launched with a market price of over $2,000, well over its sticker price of $1,199. Two of MSI’s RTX 3080 Ti variants are selling just over the MSRP, with the Ventus going for $1,209 and the Gaming X Tri for $1,239 (with the $30 rebate).


This makes them excellent 4K gaming graphics cards with ample stocks, and supply is only going to improve from here on out. Both are sold by Newegg so you can be sure about the validity of the deals.


The GeForce RTX 3080 which is slightly slower than the 3080 Ti is selling for $999, really makes you wonder whether the GPU was ever supposed to be priced at its MSRP of $699. The RTX 4080 might as well launch with a sticker price of $999.


The GeForce RTX 3090 is priced at $1,679, a smidge above its $1,500 MSRP, making a bad deal even worse.


Finally, the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is going for $699 at select retailers, $100 over its sticker price of $599. This is one of the most popular GPUs on the market.



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