RTX 3080 ti is a product used by NVIDIA to suppress its rival RX 6900 XT, and it is also the longest rumored graphics card of RTX 30 series. Yesterday, Australian e-commerce launched several models of RTX 3080 Ti from AIC, which are expected to start shipping next Thursday, May 13.
The first is Gigabyte RTX 3080 Ti gaming OC, which is on sale in New Zealand. The price is 3142nzd (about US $2257), but to indicate the delivery date.
MSI RTX 3080 Ti Ventus, which is on sale in Australia, sells for a $2543 (about US $1970) and is expected to ship on May 13.
Whether it's $1970 or $2257, it's far from Lao Huang's official suggested retail price of $999. However, according to the current information, RTX 3080 ti will limit mining, and it is a trinity of hardware, driver and BIOS, so there is little possibility of cracking (previously, RTX 3060 only limited mining power at the driver level).
It is estimated that the price of RTX 3080 ti will return to the official price of about US $999, which may be the first n card worth buying in the near future.
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