AMD RX 7900 XT drops to $779, GeForce RTX 40 and Radeon 7000 series now available at or below MSRP

Published: Apr 16th 2023, 13:07 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA RTX 40 and Radeon RX 7000 cards can now be found at MSRP

We have finally reached the point where all newly released GPUs have reached suggested retail price.

Under normal circumstances, we wouldn’t be making a post about graphics cards reaching MSRP, but over the past 4 years, the GPU market has changed dramatically. Not only are the cards much pricier than last-gen, but the availability of new cards has also remained a problem. However, the market situation has significantly improved over the past few months.

In the United States, customers can now easily find all GeForce RTX 40 and Radeon RX 7000 cards at or below MSRP. With the release of GeForce RTX 4070 non-Ti and Radeon RX 7900 XTX now reaching MSRP, there is no issue finding at least one card at MSRP from both lineups.

Naturally, the US market is different, and this situation is not mirrored by other regions. However, it is a sign that the GPU market is healing and may soon force both companies to consider releasing cheaper cards or alternatively lower the price, which is, in fact, already happening.

Radeon RX 7900 XT for $779.99, Source: Newegg

The Radeon RX 7900 XT announced at $899 has quickly dropped below $800 just a month ago. With the release of RTX 4070, first AMD board partner ASRock is now offering their custom Phantom Gaming card for $779, that’s a $120 or 13% discount.

The current-gen lineup from AMD and NVIDIA features only six desktop cards. We have rounded up the cheapest available cards in the US and there are certainly many to choose from. The most important addition is the RTX 4070 non-Ti is still easily available at MSRP almost 3 days after launch. However, this post wouldn’t be possible if the RX 7900 XTX had not reached MSRP in late March.

Current-Gen GPU Series in Stock
Radeon RX 7900 XTX (MSRP: $999)Sapphire Pulse: $999
PowerColor Hellound: $999
Sapphire Pulse: $998
ASRock Phantom Gaming: $999
PowerColor Hellhound: $999
Radeon RX 7900 XT (MSRP: $899)PowerColor Hellhound: $849
PowerColor Red Devil: $899
ASRock Phantom Gaming: $779
XFX Merc 310
: $799
XFX Reference
: $809
Sapphire Pulse
: $819
ASRock Taichi
: $849
PowerColor Hellhound
: $849
GeForce RTX 4090 (MSRP: $1599)MSI Gaming Trio: $1599
GeForce RTX 4080 (MSRP: $1199)Gigabyte Gaming OC: $1169
MSI Ventus 3X
: $1189
ZOTAC Trinity: $1199
ASUS TUF Gaming: $1199
PNY Verto: $1199
Gigabyte Eagle: $1149
Gigabyte Gaming:
MSI Ventus 3X:
Gigabyte Eagle:
PNY Verto
: $1189
GeForce RTX 4070 Ti (MSRP: $799)PNY Verto: $799
GeForce RTX 4070 (MSRP: $599)Too many to listToo many to list

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