The RTX 4080 will cost anything from $1,199.99 to $1,549.99 in the US, as shown by the list of 13 customized variants. The majority of cards, however, cost more than their suggested retail price. However, ASUS bespoke RTX 40 cards will still remain the most expensive option. The RTX 4090 release confirmed this, and it seems obvious that the AD103-based model won’t be an exception. The retail price of the ROG STRIX OC card is $1,549.99, which is $350 more than the MSRP.
The TUF Gaming series is intriguing since the factory-overclocked model will cost $1499.99 while the non-OC model will cost $300 less, which is quite a difference. We must remind our readers that NVIDIA “kindly requested” that all board partners have at least one model available at MSRP at launch. As a result, this TUF non-OC card will likely follow in the footsteps of past ‘MSRP cards’ and sell out rapidly.
The MSI SUPRIM X and the Gigabyte AORUS Master are examples of premium designs that cost an additional $150–$200. At least four variants will be available for $1,199.99 (NVIDIA MSRP), which is still steep.It’s worth noting that none of these cards will be available online. Users will have to go to stores to purchase them. The RTX 4080 will now be available on November 16th, with only the 16GB variant available.