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RTX 4080 price – US & UK MSRP

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Updated: Apr 17, 2023 9:39 am
RTX 4080 price –  US & UK MSRP

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If you’re in the market for the new RTX 4080, then you also will want to know how much it will cost you. So we bring you the RTX 4080 price in the US & UK along with other regions. Remember, if the 4080 is a tiny bit out of your price range, do not worry. The Nvidia RTX 4070 is finally here, and with a much more reasonable price tag, not to mention plenty of horsepower for 1440p and 4K gaming, t could well be a great choice for those after cutting-edge performance on a budget.

The pricing changes across regions and may depend on any taxation imposed on it. Therefore you may be eager to find. However, there is another factor. As for now we only have the MSRP that Nvidia gives us for the Founder’s Edition.

Check for RTX 4080 stock & prices here

Nvidia Founder’s EditionCustom AIBs
USAmazon, Best Buy, NeweggAmazon, Best Buy, Newegg
CanadaAmazon, NeweggAmazon, Newegg
UKAmazon, Scan, Ebuyer, Novatech, Overclockers, CCL, BOXAmazon, Scan, Ebuyer, Novatech, Overclockers, CCL, BOX

So if you go for any other option you may end up paying a bit more for it. But for now, we look at the RTX 4080 price, and in particular the US and UK MSRPs as well other regions on offer.

  • UK MSRP – £1,269
  • US MSRP – $1,199
  • Canadian MSRP – $1,199
  • European MSRP – €1,469
  • Italian MSRP – €1,479
  • Czech MSRP – 36.100 Kč
  • Danish MSRP – 11.299 kr
  • Norwegian MSRP – kr 15.399
  • Polish MSRP – 7.049 zł
  • Romanian MSRP – 7.129 RON
  • Finnish MSRP – €1,509
  • Swedish MSRP – 16 199 kr
  • Turkish MSRP – 26.200 TL’den
  • Australian MSRP – 2,219 AUD
  • Chinese MSRP – ¥9,499
  • Indian MSRP – Rs.116,000
  • Indonesian MSRP – Rp. 22,300,000
  • Japanese MSRP – ¥ 219,800
  • Korean MSRP – KRW 1,920,000
  • Singapore MSRP – S$2,030
  • Taiwanese MSRP – NT$ 42,990
  • Thailand MSRP – 51,300 THB
  • Malaysian MSRP – RM 6,300
  • Philippines MSRP – PhP 84,200
  • Vietnamese MSRP – 35,000,000 VND
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RTX 4080 price compared to previous generations

Looking back at the cost of the previous generation, we see a great increase from what the cards have cost previously. In the same RTX 4000 series release, there is the RTX 4090, which itself has an MSRP of $1,599.

Neither cost as much last the RTX 3090 Ti which came out for $1,999. Whilst the RTX 3090 had an MSRP of $1,499. So the new RTX 4080 still at least is cheaper than that, although you might find the older card even cheaper now.

Whereas it is more closely priced to what the RTX 3080 Ti came out for. Which had an MSRP of $1,199 which is extra on top of the initial 3080 pricing. As the 3080 10 GB was $699 and the 12GB was $799.

Which shows an uptick in the performance expected of the new card. Although we have to wait and see the performance of it to see if it’s worth the extra cost.

RTX 4080 price FAQ

What is the RTX 4080 price in the UK?

The RTX 4080 has a UK price of £1,269. However, with scalping and custom models, this may not be the price you pay for your card. As there are both opportunities for scalping with limitations as the 4090 stock has seen. Also, custom models will ask for a higher price than the FE model due to cost margins so another factor that will change the price.

What is the RTX 4080 price in the US?

For the Founder’s Edition, the US price or MSRP comes in at $1,199. That’s the price for the Nvidia model of the card, as the rest of the custom AIBs will likely go for more. They offer more than the base model and have more margins to deal with and so with lack of stock it will also inflate prices.

With a background in engineering and PC gaming, Seb is a staff writer with a focus on GPU, storage, and power supplies. Also one of tech supports in the office he likes helping and solving problems.

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