The graphics card market has mostly stabilized as previous-generation hardware finally settles on concrete pricing. The GeForce RTX 3090 is priced chiefly around $1,000, the RTX 3080 Ti a couple of hundred dollars less, and the RTX 3090 Ti a few hundred above. The RTX 3080 can be had for its MSRP of $699, while its 12GB variant is pricier by $50-100. On eBay, the GeForce RTX 3090 is going for even lower prices:
A bunch of sellers with flawless track records are selling the RTX 3090 for under $800: One based out of Florida has listed the Founders Edition for $749, and another from China is selling the ASUS TUF variant for $770.
The RTX 3080 Ti is best purchased from Newegg, as the prices are essentially the same. A brand-new GPU for $819, a hefty discount of nearly $400 of its $1,199 MSRP.
A refurbished MSI Ventus is listed at $690, but it’s worth noting that it ships from Hong Kong via a “Top Rated,” albeit new seller.
On the AMD side, the Radeon RX 6900 XT is going for only $654 on Newegg, a few dozen bucks lower than its previous all-time low:
On eBay, a top seller has listed the reference card (supposedly in mint condition) for $625. It ships from Maryland, United States.
The last one isn’t for most people but can be a worthwhile purchase if you’re into overclocking and modding. The PowerColor Red Devil RX 6950 XT is priced at $784 on Amazon. While it’s slightly faster than the 6900 XT, it runs at relatively higher clocks than the other AIB offerings.