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Grab an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU While It's Still In Stock on Amazon: Real Deals

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It's like spotting a rare bird that nobody has seen for 10 years, but this time the bird is an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU that's on sale on Amazon for $1,320 (opens in new tab). Yes, it's not the cheapest price for a graphics card, but it is actually in stock and available to buy instead of filling the pockets of eBay scalpers. 

We also have a Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (RTX 3070) for $1,399 at Walmart (opens in new tab), and a Gigabyte G27Q 27-inch QHD 144Hz display for $250 (opens in new tab) — it's the cheapest price we've seen for such a high spec gaming monitor. 

More fantastic deals are below so scroll down and have a look!

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EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 12GB: was $1,436 now $1,320 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 12GB XC3 Black Gaming features 12 GB of GDDR6X VRAM, 8960 CUDA Cores, and core clock speeds of 1440 Mhz with a boost clock of 1755 MHz. 

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Lenovo Legion 5 Pro 16 (RTX 3070): was $1,699, now $1,399 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro gaming laptop features a 16-inch QHD 165Hz screen powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 GPU, 16GB of RAM (3200MHz), and a  512GB NVMe SSD. 

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Gigabyte G27Q 27-Inch QHD 144Hz: was $330, now $250 at Newegg with rebate (opens in new tab)
This screen has a WQHD @144Hz, HDR, a 120% sRGB colour gamut, and an ergonomic, adjustable design that fits into any setup with ease — all for a low price.

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Gigabyte G27FC 27-Inch 165Hz: was $250, now $188 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
With some seriously good specs for gamers, this 27-inch FHD panel packs a 90% DCI-P3 color gamut, adaptive sync, and (most importantly for peak performance) a buttery smooth 165Hz refresh rate.

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HyperX Alloy Origins Core (HyperX Blue Switch): was $89, now $69 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This HyperX Alloy Origins Core wired gaming keyboard uses the HyperX Blue Switch and is a tenkeyless format - making it a smaller footprint on your desk, but it does obviously lack the number pad. Featuring an aluminum body and onboard memory, this is a great gaming keyboard.

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Stewart Bendle
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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.

  • cryoburner
    When "$116 off" equals "almost double MSRP". That's some "Real Deal" right there. >_>

    How about don't grab an RTX 3080 until it's a lot closer to $699, the price it's supposed to be, not $1,320. I guess that doesn't make for a clickbait headline to encourage people to follow sponsored links for heavily marked-up products though.
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  • JarredWaltonGPU
    cryoburner said:
    When "$116 off" equals "almost double MSRP". That's some "Real Deal" right there. >_>

    How about don't grab an RTX 3080 until it's a lot closer to $699, the price it's supposed to be, not $1,320. I guess that doesn't make for a clickbait headline to encourage people to follow sponsored links for heavily marked-up products though.
    It's the 3080 12GB card, which doesn't have an official MSRP but costs nearly as much as the 3080 Ti — and performs nearly as fast.
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  • Heat_Fan89
    cryoburner said:
    When "$116 off" equals "almost double MSRP". That's some "Real Deal" right there. >_>

    How about don't grab an RTX 3080 until it's a lot closer to $699, the price it's supposed to be, not $1,320. I guess that doesn't make for a clickbait headline to encourage people to follow sponsored links for heavily marked-up products though.
    I agree, it's a crappy deal especially with the new cards around the corner. You can also get a slightly better card for less directly from EVGA. $1299

    https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=12G-P5-4877-KL
    And another card similar to the one Jarred posted is $1249 directly from EVGA

    https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=12G-P5-4865-KL
    Personally for the same money as Jarred's deal you can get a real 3080Ti for $1329 directly from EVGA

    https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=12G-P5-3955-KR
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  • dwn2brasstacks
    Yeah, no thanks. I refuse to add to the problem by paying over retail. My 1080ti games fantastically at 2k 120hz and I am fine with this. I will skip this gen and get the next one when this mania is done.
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  • LolaGT
    It's the 3080 12GB card.......(and other nonsense)


    That is a horrific deal. Stop being ridiculous. It is still double what it is worth in gaming value, regardless of an unlisted MSRP
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  • cryoburner
    JarredWaltonGPU said:
    It's the 3080 12GB card, which doesn't have an official MSRP but costs nearly as much as the 3080 Ti — and performs nearly as fast.
    The original 3080 10GB, 3080 12GB, 3080 Ti, and 3090 all tend to perform roughly similar in games, without much more than a 10% difference between all of them. The 3090 was arguably overpriced at launch, unless one needed its extra VRAM for some professional non-gaming workload, or was willing to burn money without any care for value, filling the role of what would have once been marketed as "Titan" cards.

    The newer 3080 models were largely redundant, thrown in for the sole purpose of giving Nvidia and the card manufacturers an excuse to drive up the MSRP of the 3080 to scalper-level pricing. The minor increase to performance and VRAM hardly justifies the massive increase in MSRP. I suppose it's arguably better to have the money going to the companies making the cards rather than resellers buying them up and selling them for a huge markup, but that doesn't make them any better value.
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  • waltc3
    Prices are horrific. I'll pass. But thanks anyway...;)
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  • jmc124
    JarredWaltonGPU said:
    It's the 3080 12GB card, which doesn't have an official MSRP but costs nearly as much as the 3080 Ti — and performs nearly as fast.

    EVGA lists the MSRP for the 'EVGA Nvidia RTX 3080 12GB XC3 Black Gaming' at $809.99: https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=10G-P5-3881-KL
    If you tried posting this to Slickdeals you'd be laughed off the forum. If you were lucky, they'd ban you so you couldn't subject yourself to it a second time.

    The only thing noteworthy about this is that the scalper selling this card has reduced their price by $112 and it's still priced at over 150% of MSRP.
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  • helper800
    jmc124 said:
    EVGA lists the MSRP for the 'EVGA Nvidia RTX 3080 12GB XC3 Black Gaming' at $809.99: https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=10G-P5-3881-KL
    If you tried posting this to Slickdeals you'd be laughed off the forum. If you were lucky, they'd ban you so you couldn't subject yourself to it a second time.

    The only thing noteworthy about this is that the scalper selling this card has reduced their price by $112 and it's still priced at over 150% of MSRP.
    You should probably read the model in the link you provided, its the 10gb model. Disinformation bad Mkay'?
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  • jmc124
    helper800 said:
    You should probably read the model in the link you provided, its the 10gb model. Disinformation bad Mkay'?

    Maybe you should share that sentiment with the editors of Tom's Hardware. Here is the correct product page, which also lists an MSRP less than $1320: https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=12G-P5-4865-KL
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