3080 prices: Where to buy RTX 3080: stock updates in June 2023

Where to buy RTX 3080: stock updates in June 2023

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Figuring out where to buy RTX 3080 graphics cards without the need to break the bank isn’t as tough as it once was. The high-end Ampere card is now selling for the closest to MSRP yet, especially in the wake of some very important news on the graphics card front. 

This is because the RTX 40 series is now on the market, and the RTX 3080 successor and its various configurations are now available online. With the RTX 4080 released in November 2022, we’re anticipating RTX 3080 prices to come crashing down even more as the year goes on, so now could be an ideal time to buy RTX 3080. 

As with other RTX 30 series graphics cards, the more cost-effective and easiest way to secure an RTX 3080 GPU is through either an RTX 3080 laptop or RTX 3080 PC deal. What’s more, we’re rounding up all the best cheap graphics card deals as well for those wanting to cast a wider net with their next video card.  

RTX 3080 price 

It’s worth reiterating that the Nvidia RTX 3080 carries an MSRP of $699 and RRP of £649 respectively. That’s, unfortunately, the going rate in an ideal world, though – sadly – that’s just not reflective of the current market for PC gaming tech. When online retailers have stock of these cards, it’s always above the MSRP/RPP the vast majority of the time; at least right now. Though it is getting better. 

We said in our Zotac Gaming RTX 3080 Amp Holo review from earlier this year, that it’s a “truly fantastic video card”. This sentiment remains just as true in 2022 with today’s games as it was when the high-end Ampere video card launched nearly two years ago. Make no mistake, any rig running the RTX 3080 can still easily be classified as one of the best gaming PCs you can build at the moment. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 in June 2023

Where to buy RTX 3080 – US

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $629 (Check Amazon)
The world’s largest online retailer has some of the cheapest rates on the market. .. most of the time. Stock is pretty great at the minute with this MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3080 LHR 10GB available for $629.

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $669 (Check Newegg)
While Newegg had RTX 3080 stock available for just a few dollars the respective MSRP not too long ago, what’s there now is a little more pricey. The cheapest right now is this TRYCOO Gaming RTX 3080 10G for $669.

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $719 (Check Best Buy)
While not quite at MSRP prices, Best Buy is offering RTX 3080 stock from around the $719 mark. Stock is a little more limited than last month, so we’re hoping for a big restock soon.

Where to buy RTX 3080 – UK

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £679 (Check Ebuyer)
Although Ebuyer recently had RTX 3080 selling at RRP, what’s currently available at the retailer is closer to the £689 mark. This Palit GeForce RTX 3080 GAMING PRO 10GB at £679. 98 is a great example.

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Box)
Although Box was leading the charge with some of the best prices on RTX 3080 stock that we’ve seen to date, current listings available online aren’t quite as deep as some others at the time of writing.

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Amazon)
Amazon UK is currently selling RTX 3080 stock for the standard market rate, with many listings coming in around the £750 mark. We recently saw rates hovering around £670, so that’s the figure to be watching out for at the moment.


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If you’ve wanted to try your chances at a different graphics card in the RTX 30 series, be it standalone or as part of a laptop/desktop configuration, then these helpful guides are the best places to point you in the right direction.  

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Can you buy RTX 3080s directly from Nvidia?

Generally, the answer to this is a firm yes! However, in reality, it’s a bit more complex. While we could originally get the Founders GPU direct from Nvidia, there’s basically none of these ever for sale now. However, now what you’ll find when you browse Nvidia’s store is a wide selection of RTX 3080 variants from the likes of EVGA, PNY, and more, that you can check the availability of and then go directly to live listings at retailers.


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GeForce RTX 3080 Falls to $740 Amid Continued GPU Price Cuts

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Just a few months ago, the best graphics cards remained difficult to find at “reasonable” prices. Nvidia launched the RTX 3090 Ti at a then-obscene $1,999 MSRP at the end of March, for example. Today, retail prices have dropped as much as 43% — close to half off! Other cards have become much more affordable as well, and only a handful of GPUs remain above their official MSRPs.

Where 2020 and 2021 were a perfect storm of converging factors, including the pandemic, supply chain issues, and skyrocketing cryptocurrency prices, we’re now seeing an about-face in nearly all areas. Crypto prices and mining profitability are tanking, inventory of current generation cards is “too high,” and most of the supply chain kinks are being worked out. With Nvidia RTX 40-series Ada GPUs expected to debut in the next month or so, and AMD’s RX 7000-series RDNA 3 parts not far behind, manufacturers are doing their best to clear the way for the upcoming launches, especially at the high-end and extreme ends of the market.

Unlike our GPU price index, which focuses on eBay prices in monthly chunks, here we want to look primarily at retail prices on new graphics cards. We’re specifically looking at US prices, and we mostly won’t bother with any previous generation GPUs, though there are a few Nvidia Turing models (RTX 2060 and GTX 16-series) that remain in production and are thus included.

Here’s the full rundown of current retail prices, as of September 6 — do note that all of these are prone to sometimes large fluctuations. For example, short-term sales (like Labor Day) can hack off another 5–10% from the prices shown here.

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Graphics Card Prices, September 2022 — Retail and eBay
GPU Best Retail Price 31-Day eBay Avg. Launch MSRP Monthly Price Change
GeForce RTX 3090 Ti $1,100 $1,247 $2,000 -21. 4%
GeForce RTX 3090 $1,080 $957 $1,500 -10.3%
GeForce RTX 3080 Ti $810 $836 $1,200 -14.7%
GeForce RTX 3080 12GB $760 $771 ? -4.9%
GeForce RTX 3080 $740 $665 $700 -7.5%
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti $625 $547 $600 -7.3%
GeForce RTX 3070 $540 $463 $500 -1.8%
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti $450 $424 $400 -4. 5%
GeForce RTX 3060 $370 $339 $330 -5.1%
GeForce RTX 3050 $300 $279 $250 0.0%
Radeon RX 6950 XT $910 $914 $1,100 -9.0%
Radeon RX 6900 XT $700 $685 $1,000 -6.5%
Radeon RX 6800 XT $600 $563 $650 -10.4%
Radeon RX 6800 $560 $486 $580 -3.5%
Radeon RX 6750 XT $460 $456 $550 -8. 0%
Radeon RX 6700 XT $420 $378 $480 -6.5%
Radeon RX 6700 $420 $370 $480
Radeon RX 6650 XT $314 $345 $500 -7.7%
Radeon RX 6600 XT $300 $274 $380 -3.2%
Radeon RX 6600 $240 $232 $330 -7.7%
Radeon RX 6500 XT $162 $153 $200 -3.8%
Radeon RX 6400 $135 $143 $160 -3. 6%
GeForce RTX 2060 $230 $217 $350
GeForce GTX 1660 Ti $230 $172 $280
GeForce GTX 1660 Super $210 $178 $230
GeForce GTX 1660 $209 $154 $220
GeForce GTX 1650 Super $198 $147 $160
GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 $190 $135 $150
GeForce GTX 1650 $180 $135 $150
GeForce GTX 1630 $155 $245 ?
Intel Arc A380 $140 $194 $140

Compared to the August 2022 retail GPU prices, graphics cards have dropped an average of 7%. We haven’t tracked retails prices for Nvidia’s Turing cards, and the Intel Arc A380 is new to the list (along with the RX 6700 non-XT), but the more expensive cards show the largest deltas.

Nvidia’s highest-end RTX 3090 Ti GPU now sells for 45% less than its official launch MSRP — and Nvidia itself leads the way, as the cheapest card is the RTX 3090 Ti Founders Edition from Best Buy. That’s another 21% decrease since last month! The RTX 3090 costs basically just as much, while Newegg has the RTX 3080 Ti for $809.99 (after a $40 instant rebate) — another large 15% drop. The RTX 3070 through 3080 still sell for slightly more than MSRP, but they’re getting closer and should soon fall below that mark, assuming they’re not simply discontinued to make way for new models. Meanwhile, the RTX 3050 through 3060 Ti are still going for 12–20% more than MSRP. That’s probably because Nvidia doesn’t plan to replace the budget and midrange offerings with new RTX 40-series GPUs until next year.

Flipping over to the AMD side of things, AMD’s GPUs have mostly been selling below MSRP for a couple of months now, but now even the RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 are joining the fun. The Radeon RX 6900 XT for $699.99 looks particularly tasty — there’s also an MSI RX 6900 XT with a rebate for that same price, though we don’t particularly like mail-in rebates. If you’re hoping to pay less than $500, or maybe even closer to $250, the Radeon RX 6600 for $249.99 is almost impossible to beat right now. Nvidia’s closest alternative is the previous generation RTX 2060 for $229.99 — it’s actually faster for ray tracing, particularly with DLSS, but up to 20% slower in standard gaming performance.

However you slice it, the RTX 2060 and RX 6600 make the prospects for anything that costs less than $200 rather unappetizing. Yes, they cost more than cards like the RX 6400 and RX 6500 XT, but they’re also up to twice the performance. If you want a cheap card that might actually improve in performance over the coming months, Intel’s Arc A380 at $139.99 has some excellent video codec hardware, though it’s currently backordered — and gaming performance can be a bit iffy at times.

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Again, there are multiple GPUs all slated to launch within the next few months. I think there’s a good chance we’ll see Nvidia release RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 cards by October, with the GTC 2022 keynote likely digging into some of the architecture. However, it’s also possible Nvidia will start with the rumored 48GB Ada card, which could be a new Titan — with a suitably high (obscene) price. We’ll find out on September 20.

AMD’s plans aren’t quite as clear. It demonstrated working RDNA 3 silicon during it’s Ryzen 7000 announcement. While the CPUs will go on sale September 27, I think RDNA 3 graphics cards won’t land at retail until late November, give or take a couple of weeks — basically a repeat of the RX 6000-series launch. I’d love to be wrong, though, and it would be far better for AMD to get RX 7000 cards out the door in October, so that they’re available for the holiday shopping spree that takes place throughout November and December.

Intel’s not going to be left out of the fun this year either, if the latest indications are anything to go by. The drivers continue to get regular updates, and the worst bugs and issues are being squashed. Rumors indicate an “imminent” launch for the Arc A770 and A750, and possibly A580 as well, which could happen before the end of the month — certainly by October. If pricing looks anything like the A380, Intel will be aggressive and try to get cards off the shelves rather than stagnating any further. Could we see better than RTX 3060 Ti performance from the Arc A770 for under $400? That would make the most sense, as Intel’s still the newcomer to the graphics scene.

All of those upcoming GPUs mean the existing cards will, if anything, have to continue to drop in price. For high-end cards that should be eclipsed by RDNA 3 and Ada Lovelace offerings, we definitely recommend a “wait and see” approach. We may even see midrange cards drop further in pricing to clear inventory and perhaps keep people from buying Intel’s new GPUs, but there’s not much room to go lower than the $250 range.

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NVIDIA will officially reduce the price of older GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards by $100-500

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NVIDIA will lower the recommended prices for GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. In any case, this is what the Chinese resource Benchlife claims. It is reported that individual graphics accelerators will become officially cheaper by $100 to $500, depending on the model. Thus, NVIDIA is preparing to release the next generation of graphics cards.

Prices for graphics cards in stores have been declining for several months in a row, and recently in many regions they have already turned out to be below the recommended ones, even without NVIDIA’s intervention. For example, in China, individual graphics accelerators sell up to 38% cheaper than the recommended price, and in Europe, NVIDIA solutions are on average already 3% cheaper than official prices.

This is due to several factors at once. Firstly, due to the collapse of the cryptocurrency market, the demand for video cards from miners has decreased. Moreover, cryptocurrency miners began to sell off their graphics accelerators at bargain prices, which affected the prices of new video cards. Secondly, the availability of accelerators has increased – in the spring there were much more of them in stores. And, thirdly, due to financial instability, demand has fallen.

According to the source, NVIDIA will soon officially reduce prices for three older video cards of the Ampere family. So the flagship GeForce RTX 3090 Ti will immediately fall in price by $500 to $1499. The GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card will cost $1299 instead of the previous $1499, and the price of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will drop from $1199 to $1099. In addition, NVIDIA will finally announce the recommended price of the GeForce RTX 3080 version with 12 GB of memory – $ 799. The rest of the models will not fall in price yet.

Add that the flagship graphics card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Founders Edition, that is, in the reference version of NVIDIA itself, was recently seen in the American BestBay at a price of only $1600. And non-reference GeForce RTX 3090 Ti in the US can already be found for $1500. Many other video cards are also already being sold for less than the recommended price, so NVIDIA’s official price reduction will be just a formality.

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Will we see a GeForce RTX 3080 in 2020?

With the arrival of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, or the entire RTX 3000 series presumably this year, rumors and leaks about new Nvidia graphics cards have been in full swing. They include a likely first look at the graphics card, as well as the chance that the RTX 3080 could be a Big Navi killer. The

RTX 3080 may just be a rumor for now, but the Nvidia Ampere leaks suggest the new graphics architecture is applicable to a future family of consumer graphics cards. So far, Nvidia has announced Ampere as a data center architecture, very similar to how the manufacturer launched Nvidia Volta, the predecessor of Nvidia Turing, without mentioning PC games or GeForce at all.

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has already said that the 7nm Ampere architecture will be the basis of all next generation graphics cards. Apparently, this means that the new GeForce graphics cards will also be based on Ampere, and the release theory in the third quarter of 2020 remains valid. With partner companies already saying they’re clearing out inventory in preparation for the Nvidia Ampere launch, and with a new report that AMD and Nvidia will release their next-gen graphics cards in September, it’s likely we’ll see graphics cards on store shelves by October.

Rumor has it we only have a few months left to wait for the RTX 3000 release date, so we’ve gathered everything we know or heard about Nvidia’s next generation RTX GPUs in one article. Keep this page bookmarked for what’s in store for the upcoming Nvidia graphics card series as we’re following all the rumors, leaks, speculation and gossip so we keep updating the article.

Chase!

  • What is this? Next flagship Nvidia GeForce;
  • When can we expect it? Possibly August 2020;
  • How much does it cost? No cheaper than Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080;

| GEFORCE RTX 3080: RELEASE DATE

For a while, the rumor mill has been suggesting that we’ll see the next GeForce graphics cards show up at the GTC or GPU Technology Conference in March. But Nvidia has since canceled “thrilling graphics cards” on the GTC. Then, some time later, Nvidia officially announced the Nvidia Amper. And, as expected, the manufacturer has completely ignored the RTX 3000 series, just like with the Volta launch in May 2017 a year before Turing.

Thankfully, we won’t have to wait until 2021 to see next-gen RTX cards. In the past, GeForce graphics cards were released every two years. For example, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 came out back in May 2016, then the GeForce RTX 2080 replaced it in August 2018. Even less time passed between the GTX 980 and the GTX 1080, and the first appeared in September 2014. There is a rule that we can count on a new series of graphics cards every two years.

Tweaktown reports that Nvidia plans to introduce the Amper graphics architecture this August, followed by a release in September at Computex 2020. This is very likely, as the flow is similar to the launch of Turing at Gamescom in August 2018, in addition, the full 2-year cycle of current generation graphics cards. What’s more, AIB partners are reportedly cleaning up inventory, ostensibly in preparation for the launch of Nvidia Ampere in the third quarter of 2020.

We’ve also heard about the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, which could be up to 40% faster than its predecessor in late 2020. With the way things usually go around graphics card releases, we won’t know when the RTX 3080 will go live until Nvidia is ready to let the public know. In fact, we don’t even know if it’s called RTX 3080.

| GEFORCE RTX 3080:

PRICES Since we’re pretty far away from a potential GeForce RTX 3080 release, we’re obviously
we have no idea how much video cards will cost. But that doesn’t mean we don’t
we can think about it a little.

Nvidia Turing graphics cards saw a significant price jump compared to
predecessors of Pascal,
we expect something similar to happen again. However, we have already reached
rumors that next generation graphics cards will be more affordable. Tem
However, this rumor revolves around the idea that Nvidia will rely
on the 7nm Samsung EUV process.
Therefore, everything is not clear here.

One thing to keep in mind when talking about the RTX 3080 price is “Big
Navi.” When Nvidia Turing entered the market, AMD almost
offered no resistance. Even when Team Red released the Radeon VII in
February 2019years, the card was simply unable to shake the position of the RTX 2080. Since then
competition in the face of AMD is definitely
grew up.

Both the Radeon RX 5700 series and the Radeon RX 5600 XT have seen Nvidia cut prices in response to the threat, and “Big Navi” could beat the RTX 2080 Ti by 30%, forcing Nvidia to cut prices again in search of competition. However, we won’t know RTX 3080 pricing until we see Nvidia’s information – or at least until more substantial leaks.

| GEFORCE RTX 3080: 9 FEATURES0094

We have seen a lot of vague speculation and rumors about
estimated RTX specifications
3080, but there are certain constants: video cards will be on 7nm
process technology, they will be faster than RTX
2080. Of course, the second feature is obvious – why would Nvidia release
new graphics cards that won’t be much faster?

Another rumor regarding the 7nm manufacturing process is much more interesting. If you’ve been following the devastating fight between AMD and Intel over the last year, you probably know that AMD’s main strength at the top of the processors is going full 7nm while Intel is stuck at 14nm for desktop processors. If Nvidia can move to 7nm for the RTX 3080, AMD won’t get easy terms to compete.

If the rumors about Nvidia’s move to 7nm are true, the company will be able to significantly increase performance – up to 50%, according to rumors – while significantly reworking energy efficiency. Combined with DLSS, which will certainly remain a part of Nvidia graphics cards, we can get 4K graphics cards in the mid-range segment.

All this performance will require additional power from the cooling system, so the recently leaked images showing the prototype Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 with a striking new cooling system seem reasonable to us.

Hardware specialist kopite7kimi has speculated that the RTX 3080 could be powered by a GA102-200 GPU, and the latest leaks could be an RTX 3090 graphics card. If this speculation is valid, we could expect a Big Navi killer.

NVIDIA GA103:
60 SM , 320-bit
10GB/20GB Graphics Memory
NVIDIA GA104:
48 SM , 256-bit
8GB/16GB Graphics Memory pic. twitter.com/IaQt6mtQ 4b

— KittyCorgi (@CorgiKitty) January 17, 2020

It’s too early to say how much faster and more powerful the RTX 3080 will be. However, it’s the Nvidia GPU with a whopping 33 teraflops, 24GB of VRAM, and a clock speed of 1.11GHz that we recently spotted in benchmarks. And while the graphics card might be a little too powerful for the RTX 3080, to some extent this points to the RTX 3080’s capabilities. can offer up to 20 GB of video memory. Of course, we’re taking this rumor with a big pinch of salt, but it has the potential to prove our theory that Nvidia’s next graphics architecture is actually aimed at professionals. For example, the Quadro RTX 6000 is equipped with 24 GB of GDDR6 video memory, but it costs $4,000 (260,000 rubles).

Right now, if we had to bet money, we would assume that the leaked specs belong to Nvidia Quadro or Tesla cards, perhaps even a sequel to the Nvidia Titan V. Whatever the GeForce RTX 3080 is, we doubt numbers like that.