NVIDIA’s RTX 40 series GPUs are considerably more expensive than their Ampere predecessors. The GeForce RTX 4080, in particular, is priced at an obscene $1,199, 75% more than the RTX 3080. Fortunately for gamers, lack of demand is causing store prices to drop gradually and settle in a more reasonable range. Many AIB variants of the RTX 4080 are now up to $100 cheaper than at launch, going for $1,099 plus some bundled goodies.
The MSI Ventus RTX 4080 3X can now be had for $1,139, plus a 1 TB PCIe Gen 4 SSD and a copy of Diablo 4 bundled for free. PNY’s RTX 4080 Gaming Verto Epic-X is also going for $1,099. You don’t need a promo code or rebate in this case. Straight up, add it to your cart, and check out. You get a copy of Diablo 4 worth $69 free.
Zotac’s GeForce RTX 4080 Trinity OC is priced at $1,149 on Newegg, and a promo code further lowers it to $1,099. Like the other two, you get a free copy of Diablo IV worth $69.