What sky-high third-party Nvidia RTX 4080 GPU prices prove – it simply means that we are in the worst timeline. This is so as many of the high-end RTX 4080s are extremely priced, but you can however get MSPR models.
What Sky-High Third-Party Nvidia RTX 4080 GPU Prices Prove
Nvidia RTX 4080 graphics card is set to be out on November 16 and already pricing has been seen at a major US retailer, and it doesn’t sound like good news.
The pricing for third-party models has already been revealed and as always it is expected that some beefier variants would sell for a huge chunk which will be well above the recommended price (MSRP), which is $1,199 in the United States. But just how far above the MSRP these sets of cards go as they are now listed is a bit of an issue to say the very least.
The Listings Were Spotted at Miro Center by Tom’s Hardware
The listings were spotted at Miro Center by Tom’s Hardware and indeed many of the RTX 4080 graphics cards listed as ‘coming soon’ are at MSRP. And they are PNY Verto Epic-X, Asus TUF Gaming, Zotac Trinity, and as well as Gigabyte Eagle models which is something that is good to see.
There are a couple of other GPUs that are shown in the pricing list that has been spotted and they are pitching up in the $1,200 to $1,300 bracket, which is set to be expected as normal and we are not going to be complaining about that. But however, some RTX 4080 graphics cards are commanding a price tag of $1,400, which is of course going to be a little bit more difficult to justify. And those ones are the MSI Suprim X and the Zotac AMP Extreme.
The ASUS ROG Strix RTX 4080 Card Is the Priciest Of All
But coming to the priciest of all yet on the list, that will really make you take notice of things is the ASUS ROG Strix RTX 4080 card that weighs in at $1,550.