GPU Prices Plunge: GTX 1080 Ti Now $526

The king is dead. Long live the king. With Nvidia's new RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti due out next month and the RTX 2070 coming in October, the prices on the current-gen 10-series cards are already dropping like a rock. And we expect even more discounts as we move closer to launch.

Zotac has been particularly aggressive with its deals on Amazon. As of this writing, you can get a Zotac GTX 1080 Ti card for just $526, reduced from $679. If you want a GTX 1080, you'll find one for a mere $449 and a GTX 1070 for just $296. We'll update this page as more deals on Nvidia-powered cards appear.





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  • Non-Euclidean
    Wow. Given:
    1) A huge artificial price bubble from crypto that has burst
    2) A large inventory of cards that weren't moving due to said bubble
    3) A new model that depresses value of the old
    4) An inventory of used cards being dumped by miners

    This might be the best time to upgrade, given price and value.
  • redgarl
    You need to be prime member.
  • cpmackenzi
    302765 said:
    Wow. Given: 1) A huge artificial price bubble from crypto that has burst 2) A large inventory of cards that weren't moving due to said bubble 3) A new model that depresses value of the old 4) An inventory of used cards being dumped by miners This might be the best time to upgrade, given price and value.


    Agreed. I have a Radeon 390 and a 1440p monitor. I can run most 1440p games at high or better quality, though I'm sure my framerate drops at bit at some points. But given that I don't intend to go to a 4K monitor in the near future, I'm tempted to grab a GTX 1080 (or Ti with more price drop). Should ensure my 1440p games stay smooth and at ultra settings.

    I am a bit curious about the 2060. Don't think I'll go for a 2070 if they don't drop below $500. But if a 2060 comes close to a 1080 for my 1440p games, maybe that's the way to go. Not in a rush because my Radeon 390 is still pretty solid. Then again, my current favorite games are Tomb Raider, so getting the RTX benefit on the new one is appealing.

    Thoughts on the secondary market? Best places to go? I know some people refuse to touch eBay, and some like Amazon.