Today at Amazon, the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming OC 12G GPU is available at one of its best prices yet. It has a going rate of around $1,349 but is currently selling for just $884. It’s also worth noting that this price has changed rapidly throughout the day and is subject to change again, but it has been lingering around a considerable discount.
Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming OC 12G GPU: was $1349, now $884 at Amazon
As of writing, this 12GB graphics card is available at one of its best prices ever. It can reach speeds up to 1755 MHz, has RGB LED support, and features a 3-fan cooling system to keep things running smoothly under high demand.
This discount is one of many we’re covering throughout the Memorial Day holiday sales and is one of the best graphics card deals we’ve seen in a while. We always double-check the price history of our deals using third-party tools like Google Shopping, PCPartPicker, and CamelCamelCamel for Amazon items and recommend our readers do the same as prices are subject to change. If you don’t have the time to investigate for yourself, check out our list of Memorial Day deals for a compilation of the best offers we can find.
According to Gigabyte, the GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming OC 12G GPU can reach speeds up to 1,755 MHz. It leverages Nvidia Ampere microarchitecture and has 2nd Gen RT cores and 3rd Gen Tensor cores. As the name suggests, the graphics card has 12GB of GDDR6X memory across a 384-bit memory interface.
This card features what Gigabyte calls Windforce 3X cooling—a system comprised of three fans, two 90mm and one 80mm, with alternate spinning functions. It has seven composite copper heat pipes and a large copper plate directly touching the GPU. It features RGB LEDs support and works with the RGB Fusion 2.0 application. The purchase includes a 4-year manufacturer’s warranty from Gigabyte that users must register for online to redeem.
Visit the GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming OC 12G GPU product page on Amazon for purchase options. Also, don’t forget to look through our list of Memorial Day deals and other tech deals for more hardware discounts that will easily complement a new graphics card.
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Should include this is the 12GB variant in the titleReply
Of all the cards produced in this era between amd and nvidia this card seems to be the most appealing.Reply
More appealing would be a 10GB version at the $699 the 3080 was supposed to cost. Getting similar performance with slightly more VRAM for a couple hundred dollars more does not exactly make for a particularly good value, especially considering these cards are nearing a couple year old at this point, and their successors will likely be available within a matter of months.spentshells said:Of all the cards produced in this era between amd and nvidia this card seems to be the most appealing.
Waiting for 3060 to reach $329.Reply
That is still a three hundred over street price gaming value.Reply
It is worth less than that the closer the 4xxx series gets.
the 12GB mostly is faster than the 3080ti, but yeah the price the price the pricecryoburner said:More appealing would be a 10GB version at the $699 the 3080 was supposed to cost. Getting similar performance with slightly more VRAM for a couple hundred dollars more does not exactly make for a particularly good value, especially considering these cards are nearing a couple year old at this point, and their successors will likely be available within a matter of months.
This is a joke. 900 for a 2 year old graphics card. Please don't' buy this. This link provided is a affiliate link from toms hardware. I'm pretty tired of these rubber stamp tech reviewers. I hear the rational now. It's gross. "I'm just reporting on facts". The fact is that nvidia is price gouging and taking advantage of Mining, and shortages to drive up prices. Nvidia doesn't really support these cards after 2 years they move on to the next thing. Your paying all this money for ray tracing who cares. have you actually seen the ray tracing vs not ,and how many games actually support it.Reply
O below MSRP. The msrp should be 600. When nvidia detected how stupid everyone is they raised it to 1300. I would wait two years and get an xbox or ps5 if it were me for the next year or two. Mark my words this card wont' be worth anything in 3 months. The only people buying this are the ones that will want the 4080. So i ask why. If your looking for a deal wait. It will get cheaper. This makes me so mad.
GO ahead and buy this.
Considering the performance difference between the original 3080 10GB and the 3090 only amounted to 10-15% at most at 4K resolution, adding all these cards in-between served no real purpose other than to drive up the MSRP over the 3080's launch price. The 3080 Ti, I could almost see as a viable product, as the 3090's extra VRAM is largely useless for gaming, making it not worth paying extra for, but the 3080 12GB seems to fill the exact same niche, serving no purpose but to allow Nividia to stop making the original model in order to drive up the price point.spentshells said:the 12GB mostly is faster than the 3080ti, but yeah the price the price the price