Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti Could Cost Around $4000

A new retail listing has suggested that the Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti could cost around $4000, more than most full computers.

A global tech shortage is still ongoing, leaving the industry in a rough state for much of 2020 and 2021. However, the main GPU companies Nvidia and AMD have continued putting out new products.

That includes the upcoming Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti. This is a beefier version of the 3090, a card that is extremely expensive and typically unavailable thanks to the shortage.

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Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti In Stores?

According to a report from Tom’s Hardware, the Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti has been spied on an Estonian store with a price of €4,332, or just over $3,900. However, at its highest end, it could be up to $4200. Regardless of which end of the spectrum it lands at, it’s still an extremely pricey card – more than a lot of people’s entire PCs.

We should take this with a grain of salt, as this isn’t technically an official source. However, it matches a similar price found in Switzerland, which was $4000 for the same card.

Currently we don’t know when the 3090 Ti will be released. Now that we have some initial prices showing up in different countries, it could be a hint that the card is coming soon. But whether the average buyer will be able to get their hands on one is a different question. And at that potential price point I’m not sure many PC gamers will even want one, regardless of how powerful it is.


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