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Over $200 Off Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti GPU: Real Deals

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Today we have an Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti from Gigabyte that's down to $1,570 and in stock. It's been a great week so far for GPU availability, and we're also seeing a slight trend in GPU pricing going in the right direction - down! The 3080 Ti is a beast of a card and ranks highly in our GPU hierarchy charts.   

Also, we have a great deal on an MSI GF65 Thin 15-inch laptops with RTX 3060 graphics and a huge $45 discount on Logitech's premium G915 mechanical keyboard.

Scroll down to check out all the other great deals we have today.

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Gigabyte GeForce 3080 Ti:  was $1,845 now $1,570 at Newegg
The Gigabyte GeForce 3080 Ti comes with 10,240 CUDA cores, a GPU boost clock of 1.67 GHz, and 12GB of GDDR6X memory on a 384-bit bus and compatibility with PCIe 4.0.

MSI GF65 Thin gaming laptop: was $1,299, now $899 at Newegg with rebate
This configuration of the MSI GF65 packs plenty of power into a slim chassis at an affordable price — 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10750H CPU, dedicated Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB SSD.

Logitech G915 Wireless: was $250, now $205 at Amazon
The Logitech G915 Wireless is Logitech's flagship gaming keyboard. Features include low profile mechanical switches, five programmable dedicated G-keys, 30-hour battery life per charge, and RGB lighting. Look at our Logitech G915 Wireless review for more details.

AOC CQ27G2 27-inch Super Curved Gaming Monitor: was $290, now $257 at Amazon
The AOC CQ27G2 features a 27-inch Super-Curved (1500R Curve) display, with WQHD 2K resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, and a 1ms response time. 

Cooler Master Master Liquid ML240L RGB V2: was $85, now $68 at Amazon
The ML240L features a 240mm radiator, dual-chamber pump, RGB lighting (with remote control) and support for most modern CPUs.

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Stewart Bendle is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.

  • bigdragon
    That's still $400+ over MSRP -- nearly a 40% markup that cannot be explained away by tariffs, RGB, fancy plastic housing, and other details. Doesn't seem like a deal to me.
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  • hannibal
    Well fake msrp can be $400 less, but this is most likely near the real msrp we may see for the rest of this GPU life span.
    But it seems that Nvidia and AMD only get "msrp" prices via short time discounts, so we will also in future have these fake MSRP and real MSRP products, unless manufacturers found out that customers don´t want fake msrp products. Now it seems that new products are released without msrp, so they can keep any price they like. This makes GPU reviews very hard to do.
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  • samopa
    bigdragon said:
    That's still $400+ over MSRP

    USD 1,199 is MSRP for RTX3080TI Founder Edition, this product Is Gigabyte OC Gaming RTX3080TI which have MSRP of USD 1,429 (https://store.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/store/?page=1&limit=9&locale=en-us&gpu=RTX%203080%20Ti), so it's only have (1,570 - 1,429) USD 131, which means less than 10% markup, which is normal.

    Even if you compare with the MSRP of Founder Edition, its only have (1,570 -1,199) USD 361 which is less than USD 400, so where or how you get the idea of USD 400+ from ?
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