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Don’t be blinded by GPU price drops, buying an RTX 3080 even at MSRP is a mistake

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The fact some graphics cards have dropped below their MSRPs for the first time since release is absolutely good news. The perfect storm of a cryptocurrency crash (opens in new tab) and the current generation nearing the end of its natural life means the hunger for Nvidia‘s Ampere and AMD‘s RDNA 2 GPUs is abating. The thing many of us have been waiting two years for is finally coming to fruition, but that doesn’t necessarily mean now is the best time to upgrade your graphics card (opens in new tab).

Our sister site, Tom’s Hardware (opens in new tab), has been tracking graphics card prices for a while now, and the latest figures show plenty of cards at far more tempting prices. There are even a few that are below the official MSRPs, although it’s telling which cards are, as it tends to be the most expensive offerings.

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