All-time low prices on high-end Nvidia graphics cards

Written by Branton

Last updated May 4, 2020

Since Nvidia officially unveiled their new lineup of Turing-based GPUs yesterday, pricing for the current gen of GPUs has already started to drop. Not only can you get a GTX 1080 Ti less than $650, but you can get also get a GTX 1080 for less than $450.

nvidia gpu price drop 2018

Right now, we’re seeing the biggest drops on the GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti. Numerous GTX 1080 models have dropped below $500 with the current lowest price (ever) being $439 for this EVGA GTX 1080 FTW – about the same as a GTX 1070 Ti. Higher up the food chain, you’ll find Zotac’s GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition for $526.50 as of writing this (that deal may or may not exist by the time you read this).

GTX 1080 Ti (under $650)

GTX 1080 (under $500)

GTX 1070 (under $400)

The mid-range cards and lower have also seen price drops, but not as significant as the high-end. Numerous models of the GTX 1050 Ti have dropped in price to around $150 (opposed to ~$200 not too long ago). Both 3GB and 6GB models of the GTX 1060 have also dropped in price compared to what we’ve been seeing; however, they’re still not at their lowest price point with the cheapest being GTX 1060 3GB  and the cheapest GTX 1060 6GB sitting a little higher.

GTX 1060 6GB (under $300)

GTX 1060 3GB (~$200)

GTX 1050 Ti (~$150-$175)

Considering it’s only been a single day since Nvidia announced their upcoming Turing-based cards, prices are bound to drop on a wider range of their current gen GPUs sooner than later. At the very least, it’s nice to see GPU prices going down for a change.

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Martin
Martin
August 28, 2018 5:37 pm

Should have put the msrp. Most people probably don’t know that a gtx 1080 ti for less than $650 is a really good price

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