Stocks of previous-gen graphics cards have nearly dried out, and vendors have been forced to sell them at all-time lows to clear inventory ahead of the upcoming Ada launch. Newegg and Amazon have listed the pricier RTX GPUs at a fraction of their MSRPs. At launch, the RTX 3090 was officially priced at $1,499 but has dropped to $948 on Newegg, and resellers are offering them for as low as $700 (less than half its price).
A short while back, BestBuy had a brand new MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio going for just $839, the cheapest of its kind, with a discount of 45%. Unsurprisingly, stocks ran out before most people could even realize it.
Looking at Red Team’s top gun, the Radeon RX 6900 XT is now going for $699, roughly 34% less than its sticker price of $999.
As with the RTX 3090, MSI’s Gaming X Trio variant was sold for even less during a flash sale, but that listing’s long dead. It was priced at a mouth-watering $629 during this event.