EVGA RTX 3090 Ti currently available for 1900 USD
It’s not even two months since NVIDIA introduced its new flagship gaming card. Yet, EVGA decided it is time to (temporarily) lower the price for its RTX 3090 Ti to 1899.99 USD, so 100 USD less than original listing.
EVGA FTW3 RTX 3090 Ti Black is the non-overclocked model, but it ships with the same board and cooling design as FTW3 and FTW3 Ultra. It’s a massive 3.5-slot design with 30 cm length, equipped with three fans and support for ARGB lighting.
RTX 3090 Ti price, Source: EVGA
Unfortunately this is not a widespread promo or rebate. A quick glance at Newegg shows that RTX 3090 Ti is still selling at MSRP there, as it was for 7 weeks now. The RTX 3090 Ti has generally seen good availability since launch. The 2K USD price point is just too much for the vast majority of gamers, who would rather pick up much cheaper mid-range/high-end models instead.
RTX 3090 Ti price, Source: Newegg
Given how quickly we heard the rumors about next-gen dropping in mid-July, the incentive to invest so much money on soon-to-be-succeeded generation may not necessarily make sense at this point.
But what do you think, is 1900 USD still too much for RTX 3090 Ti? Would RTX 3090 or Radeon RX 6950XT be a better choice here?