Best GPU Deals

Your graphics card is the heart of your gaming rig. This pixel-pumping component is responsible for everything from rendering images to making sure your games look as real to life as possible.

Unfortunately, graphics cards are far from cheap and when shopping for a new GPU, prices can quickly top $800. But with the holiday shopping season in full swing, it's possible to save a few bucks on your next GPU purchase and we're here to show you how.

From the GTX 1080 to AMD's RX series of graphics cards, we're hand-picking the best video card deals for every user and budget. Check back as we update our story with new deals as they're released (many of the Radeon RX cards have dropped an extra $20 to $30 vs. last week's prices).

Nvidia Cards

AMD Cards

If you have your eye on a GeForce RTX series card, you'll likely see better deals closer to Black Friday. Deals on these cards are rare to find and we don't expect prices to drop that dramatically.

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  • spentshells
    The 570 sure is a good buy these days.
  • R_1
    is this a typo:
    "Fire HD 8 for $29.99 ($10 off)"
    and if so which number is wrong, the 29.99 or the 10 off?
  • SR TEE
    Actually there's a deal that Tom's Hardware overlooked, on Newegg they were selling(I think they're out of stock now) a Sapphire RX 470 8gb mining version for $109.99 which is the best deal I've seen in a while. Yes, it's a mining card and it only comes with a DVI-D port so you'd have to get an HDMI adapter. Even with the adapter I don't believe you could run the resolution above 1080p which I don't believe that would be an issue for most people using this GPU because it perfect at that price for medium to very high setting with good frame rate at 1080p.