The only ones this kind of MSRP pricing juggle affects are the bots buying them up from BB on the 10th.To me this really seems like a non-issue....you're not gonna find one to buy anyway so who cares?!?!?!
Every one of those prices would be more than the RTX 3090 prices... which would make no sense. Too high to be actual MSRP, too low to be scalper's price.
NVIDIA knows exactly what they are doing. They would be retarded to not adjust their prices with the economy. Complaining about it being a poor value to the previous release is basically delusional and doesn't tell anybody anything that they don't already know. Of course, I'm sure it's healthier for GamerNexus' wallet to sympathize with their audience and piss in the wind about the economy.Tech Jesus has spoken...so be it.
Go home Nvidia....You're drunk!
Well the MSRP is unreasonable for the performance, that is the point. I skipped the Turing generation because the price to performance ratio was getting ridiculous. Thanks to all the people that skipped that generation Nvidia came out with the 3080 at MSRP $699. What will this buying frenzy tell them?To me this really seems like a non-issue. If you're already paying $1000 for a graphics card, are you really going to quibble over $200?