With the release of the RTX 30, Nvidia announced the “Restocked & Reloaded” promotion. Buying a graphics card has been a nightmare for the past year. Gamers can’t seem to get a break between supply chain troubles, crypto mining, and GPU scalping. With a huge replenishment and sale of RTX 30 cards today, Nvidia intends to reverse that.
While getting a reasonably priced GPU has been difficult for a long time, the situation appears to be improving. For the previous few months, prices have been slowly falling, and this trend is expected to continue.
Nvidia has recently announced its “Restocked and Reloaded” campaign, including some fantastic RTX 30 GPU deals. EVGA appears to have some of the finest bargains on its web store at writing. There are a lot of graphics cards in stock, with some of them coming close to the MSRP.
The $2,000 FTW3 Black, $2,150 FTW3, and $2,200 RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 Ultra are the three RTX 3090 Ti versions currently available from EVGA. There is only one RTX 3090 SKU in stock, the FTW3 Ultra Gaming, which costs $1,700.
There are also five RTX 3080 Ti variants, with prices ranging from $1,280 to $1,530, and five RTX 3080s, the cheapest of which is $1,000. It’s worth noting that some of these come with pre-installed water blocks.
Now for the cards that are more reasonably priced. The RTX 3070 Ti FTW3 Ultra Gaming costs $760, while the RTX 3050 XC Gaming costs $300, only 20% more than the MSRP.
Unfortunately, there aren’t many cards available for less than $1,000. While Nvidia would prefer to sell more high-margin enthusiast GPUs, most customers choose to buy mid-range cards like the RTX 3060. With any luck, we’ll be seeing more of these offers in the coming months as availability increases.