NVIDIA RTX 4080 Gets $140 Off, Plus a Copy of Alan Wake 2 Worth $60 Free, $50 Off on all RTX 40 GPUs

The Black Friday sale is on, and we’ve found some tasty deals for you. The GeForce RTX 4080, which debuted at $1,199 (outrageous, I know), has been discounted by $140 on BestBuy, bringing its selling price down to $1,059. The variant in question is Gigabyte’s GeForce RTX 4080 Eagle with a triple-fan heatsink and a triple-slot width. To top it off, you also get a copy of Alan Wake 2 (worth $60 free).

It comes with (nearly) the same specs as the Founders Edition (reference), including 3 Display ports and 1 HDMI port. The graphics card is 4.18mm high, 150mm wide, and 342mm long, weighing 4.18 pounds. All the lower-end RTX 40 series GPUs (MSI) have gotten a $50 discount on Newegg, courtesy of a $20 rebate and a $30 discount coupon.

The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti debuted at $399 for the 8GB variant. As part of MSI’s Black Friday Sales, the Ventus variant has been discounted by $50, courtesy of a $30 coupon and a $20 rebate. The GeForce RTX 4070 has been trending at $549 ($50 off MSRP) for a while now. MSI’s campaign trims off another $5 off its price tag, bringing it down to $544.99.

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti has been given the treatment as its 60-class sibling. You can get a $20 rebate and combine it with a $30 discount coupon, bringing the effective price down to $749 (-$50 off MSRP). The RTX 4070 and 4070 Ti also get a copy of Alan Wake 2 free. The game looks gorgeous and runs well on the 40 series cards, courtesy of DLSS 3.5. Here’s our review:

Alan Wake 2 PC Performance: NVIDIA RTX 4090 4x Faster than AMD’s RX 7900 XTX [Updated with More GPU Benchmarks]

Areej Syed

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