NVIDIA ready to cut prices on RTX 3080 and 3090? Here’s how the price lists could change
A few days ago we talked about the new bundle from NVIDIA aimed at stimulating sales of video cards so as to reduce inventory present in circulation in view of the launch of the GeForce RTX 4000 during the autumn. According to the site Benchlife and its sources, it would be about to take another step: cut prices.
The Asian site claims that the reduction in price lists will affect the high-end models and it could come already this week, so very soon. We are not so sure of the timing, but the scissoring really seems on the horizon. There GeForce RTX 3090 Tiintroduced at $ 1999 in the United States, could drop by as much as 500 dollars to 1499 dollars. La RTX 3090on the other hand, it could suffer a cut of 200 dollars, thus passing from 1499 to 1299 dollars.
Models too RTX 3080 Ti e RTX 3080 12GB would be affected by the measure, with the RTX 3080 Ti expected to suffer a $ 100 cut 1099 dollars and the RTX 3080 12GB which, finally, could receive an official list of 799 dollars (NVIDIA introduced it without indicating an MSRP).
In the United States, there are several signs that would seem to confirm this turnaround, with the models in question marketed by the partners already traceable at those prices on Newegg, BestBuy or even on proprietary shops like that of EVGA. The NVIDIA site, on the other hand, still reports the old price lists for the Founders Edition. We just have to wait for further news.