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In general, this is a terrible time to buy a high-end graphics card. It's hard to find an RTX 3080, 3070 or 3090 card, because they're constantly sold out. AMD's Radeon 6000 series cards are launching soon, but there's a great chance that they'll be sold out just as quickly as their Nvidia-powered counterparts.

However, as we are in the thick of the holiday deals season, there are still great deals on cheap graphics cards to be had. Most of the savings we're finding are on low to mid-range cards that haven't been directly replaced yet. We're talking mainly about cards from Nvidia's GTX 1650 - 1660 series or perhaps the Radeon RX 5600 - 5700 series. Unfortunately, the deals are expiring fast, so please be patient if the pickings are slim - we'll update as more become available. 

If you're building or upgrading a PC and have $400 or less to spend on a graphics card, these holiday GPU deals could be just what you're looking for.  

Best Holiday Graphics Card Deals

VisionTek Radeon RX 5500 XT: was $269.99, now $189.99 at Dell

Powered by AMD's Navi GPU, the Radeon RX 5500 XT poses to be one of the more afforable performers at 1080p. The graphics card is equipped with 1,408 SPs with a boost clock the peaks at 1,845 MHz and 4GB of GDDR6 memory at 14 Gbps.View Deal

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Super: was $489 now $399 at Newegg
This triple-fan card utilizes the WindForce 3X cooling system and features a 4+2-phase power delivery subsystem. It has a 1860 MHz boost clock and is equipped with one 8-pin PCIe power connector, three DisplayPort 1.4 outputs and one HDMI 2.0b port. View Deal

PXY GeForce GTC 1660 Super: now $230 at Adorama
Current-gen cards are hard to find in stock. This PNY card gives you a 6GB GDDR5 option with expected performance similar to that of a GTX 1660 Ti. View Deal

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 Super: was $649 now $609 at Newegg
This card features one 8-pin PCIe power connector, three DisplayPort 1.4 outputs, and one HDMI 2.0b port. It uses the Windforce 3x cooling system and has three 80mm fans, 3D active fan capabilities with a 1710 MHz boost clock.View Deal

XFX Radeon RX 570 RS Black Edition 8GB: was $219.99, now $179.99 at Best Buy

The Radeon RX 570 packs 2,048 SPs with a clock speed up to 1,328 MHz and 8GB of 7 Gbps GDDR5 memory. The Polaris-based graphics card is a bit outdated, but still provides a good gaming experience at 1080p with reasonable image fidelity.View Deal

XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS Black Edition 8GB: was $229.99, now $189.99 at Best Buy

Despite its age, the Radeon RX 580 continues to be a poplar choice for 1080p gamers. XFX's iteration comes with a very nice factory overclock that pushes the boost clock to 1,425 MHz.View Deal

Asus Phoenix GeForce GTX 1050 Ti: was $139.99, now $109.99 @Newegg
This GPU from Asus is marked down to just $119.99 at Newegg after usingf the coupon code BFRDAY59 and the $20 mail-in rebate.View Deal

PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 4GB: was $159, now $149 at Newegg
This dual-fan card uses an older GPU but is fast enough for playing mid-range games and mid-range settings. It has a boost clock of 1,250 MHz and features HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI-D connections.View Deal

MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT Mech OC: was $409.99, now $395 at B&H Photo Video

Rocking a no-frills design, MSI's Radeon RX 5700 XT Mech OC brings 2,560 SPs and 8GB of GDDR6 memory to the table. The graphics card features a nice 1,815 MHz game clock and 1,925 MHz boost clock.View Deal

  • King_V
    Eh, I wouldn't have called either of these a deal at all.

    Considering that the RX 570 and GTX 1650 can both be had for that price, and both perform better, I'd say that even at $149, the 1050Ti is overpriced.

    As for the GTX 1660, there are other 1660 models less than this sale price, and a few 1660 Super models for less than it.
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  • ThatMouse
    Ya I think the 1650 is better than the 1050ti. These are good HTPC cards.
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  • noob_saibot
    Did Stefan Etienne write this article? Its pretty clear there was no investment of time searching for deals and the only goal the author had was click-bait and a cash grab for the links. I hope no one falls for this because there are way better options than this.
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