ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4080 drops to $990, RTX 4070 Ti to $770 for Amazon Prime Day

Published: Oct 10th 2023, 11:26 GMT   Comments

ZOTAC lowers the price for GeForce RTX 40 GPUs

The Trinity and AIRO series get some major discounts, with RTX 4080 leading the pack with over $200 lower price. 

The RTX 4080 isn’t NVIDIA’s top-selling GPU; it falls between the $799 RTX 4070 Ti and the $1599 RTX 4090. Enthusiast gamers tend to lean toward the RTX 4090. This trend has been noticed by retailers in Japan. The primary reason for the RTX 4080’s lack of popularity is its price, which remains at $1099-$1199 range since its launch.

However, a new Prime Day offer from ZOTAC has brought a significant discount to the TRINITY OC model. This card is now available for less than $990, marking the lowest price ever for this GPU.

ZOTAC Amazon Prime Days offers (affiliate links)

RTX 4080 Trinity OC Price, Source: VideoCardz

In addition to the RTX 4080, there are also the RTX 4070 Ti and RTX 4070 models available with discounts ranging from 13% to 16%. While these discounts are noteworthy, they aren’t as substantial as the discount on the RTX 4080. It’s worth noting that this discount on the RTX 4080 may be one of the last major discounts before the rumored release of the RTX 4080 Ti in January. However, similar price reductions are expected to be seen during Black Friday.

Source: Amazon

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