ASUS' RTX 3080 TUF Gaming OC is now available for £649.99 in the UK

Have GPU prices finally bottomed out?

ASUS' RTX 3080 TUF Gaming OC is now available for £649.99 in the UK

Nvidia's RTX 3080 is now available in the UK for £649.99 - It's finally hit MSRP!

At Overclockers UK, ASUS' Geforce RTX 3080 TUF Gaming OC V2 10GB is now available for £649.99, a price that happens to be Nvidia's original UK MSRP for their RTX 3080.

Gone are the days of ultra inflated high-end GPU prices. Today, GPU pricing has become what would have been considered very reasonable before the seemingly global cost of living crisis started to bite.

Whether or not graphics card pricing has further to drop remains to be seen, but today's pricing is the lowest that we have ever seen for an RTX 3080 10GB outside of Nvidia's nigh-unobtanium Founders Edition graphics card model. 

ASUS' RTX 3080 TUF Gaming OC is now available for £649.99 in the UK

 

RTX 3080 12GB for £699.95

If you are looking for an Nvidia graphics card with a little more VRAM, PNY's RTX 3080 12GB is now available for £699.95 at Overclockers UK. Alongside this graphics card 20% increase in VRAM capacity and bandwidth, this GPU also features more CUDA cores than an RTX 3080 10GB, giving this GPU more compute performance, memory performance, and memory capacity. That's a great upgrade for an extra £50. 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's RTX 3080 becoming available for £649.99 on the OC3D Forums.   

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06-09-2022, 15:35:52

Dicehunter
The fatties at the top in OCUK must absolutely hate that prices are coming down.Quote

07-09-2022, 15:20:31

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
The fatties at the top in OCUK must absolutely hate that prices are coming down.
They'll still be earning the same.

A business model works on a percentage. You charge a certain percentage plus VAT to make it work.

So basically? OCUK were not all that guilty of gouging.

You can't pay Asus, as an example here, £700 for a GPU and then sell it for £649.

What has happened here is as simple as Asus dropping their prices. OCUK are buying cheaper meaning they can sell cheaper.

That's how business works.Quote

07-09-2022, 15:32:23

Piskeante
considering the brutal amount of GPUS that are going to come to second hand market in just about 2-3weeks, buying is absolutely nonsense.Quote

07-09-2022, 17:43:50

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
They'll still be earning the same.

A business model works on a percentage. You charge a certain percentage plus VAT to make it work.

So basically? OCUK were not all that guilty of gouging.

You can't pay Asus, as an example here, £700 for a GPU and then sell it for £649.

What has happened here is as simple as Asus dropping their prices. OCUK are buying cheaper meaning they can sell cheaper.

That's how business works.
Is this just for the UK and US? Since everytime an GPU has gone down in price in an article here or Youtube video for the UK, US etc, it’s never in Scandinavia lol. Annoying.Quote

07-09-2022, 18:17:54

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Piskeante View Post
considering the brutal amount of GPUS that are going to come to second hand market in just about 2-3weeks, buying is absolutely nonsense.
With absolutely no warranty from sketchy sellers and have spent thier life in a mining farm.

Remember this. Gamers don't sell their GPU.Quote
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