EVGA Stories August 16

expiredB&H has a GTX 1080 Ti graphics card bundle w/ 750W Gold PSU for $680 ($840 value)

B&H offers the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING 11GB Graphics Card + EVGA 750W 80+Gold Fully Modular Power Supply for $679.99 shipped. Separately, Amazon charges $750 for the graphics card and $90 for the power supply. If you’re still running integrated graphics or an older/lower power GPU, the 1080 Ti is one of the highest-end available on the consumer market. The GPU is rated 4.6/5 stars from hundreds and customers gave the PSU a 4.5/5 star review.

EVGA Stories August 13

expiredUpgrade your computer w/ EVGA’s GTX 1070 8GB GPU: $380 (Reg. $500)

Amazon offers the EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC GAMING ACX 3.0 Black Edition for $379.99 shipped. Also at B&H. Regularly up to $500, this is the lowest we’ve tracked in over a year and beast Best Buy’s Black Friday in July sales by at least $40. The GTX 1070 is a fantastic graphics card for mid- to high-end gaming and would be a great upgrade to any system. Rated 4.5/5 stars from over 1,200 shoppers.

EVGA Stories August 7

expiredEVGA’s GTX 1080 Graphics Card drops back to $400 shipped (Reg. $460)

EVGA’s official eBay storefront offers its GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING ACX 3.0 8GB GPU for $399.99 shipped. Normally around $460 at Amazon, this matches our last mention and is the best available. The GTX 1080 is a fantastic graphics card for high-end gaming or video editing due to its high core count and 8GB of VRAM. Rated 4.5/5 stars.

EVGA Stories August 6

expiredEVGA’s GeForce 1080 Ti Gaming Graphics Card is great in high-end PCs: $660 (Reg. up to $950)

Amazon offers the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING 11GB Graphics Card for $659.99 shippedNote: There is a limited stock remaining, but more on the way. Purchasing now will lock in the discounted price. Regularly up to $950, this is one of the best prices we’ve tracked for a 1080 Ti and the lowest ever on Amazon for this specific card. The 1080 Ti is great for high-end gamers who want nothing less than the absolute best performance possible. Rated 4.6/5 stars.

EVGA Stories August 3

expiredUpgrade to EVGA’s GTX 1080 GPU for $400 and enjoy high-end gaming (Reg. $460+)

EVGA’s official eBay storefront offers its GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING ACX 3.0 8GB GPU for $399.99 shipped. Normally, this graphics card is closer to $600, though it just dropped to $460 at Amazon where its currently at its lowest ever. Well, except for this sale. We generally don’t see GTX 1080’s drop below $450, so $400 is especially notable. Rated 4.5/5 stars from hundreds at Amazon.

EVGA Stories August 2

expiredEVGA’s GTX 1080 graphics card has never been cheaper on Amazon: $460 (Reg. $550)

Amazon offers the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC GAMING ACX 3.0 8GB Graphics Card for $469.99 shipped. Regularly closer to $550, this is a new all-time low on Amazon and is the best available right now. If you’ve been looking for a way to upgrade your gaming computer to play at higher resolutions and settings, the GTX 1080 is a great choice. I have one and absolutely love it for gaming. Rated 4.5/5 stars from over 1,000 Amazon shoppers.

EVGA Stories July 25

expiredEVGA’s TORQ X10 Carbon Fiber Gaming Mouse drops to just $15 (Reg. $45)

EVGA’s official eBay storefront offers its TORQ X10 Carbon Gaming Mouse for $14.99 shipped. Regularly $45 at retailers like B&H, this is the lowest that we’ve tracked and the best available. Third-party Amazon sellers also charge $45, where it’s never sold below $25. With 8,200 DPI, 9 buttons, and more, this is a great gaming mouse for any budget setup. Rated 3.8/5 stars at Amazon.

EVGA Stories June 22

expiredB&H bundles EVGA PC gear: GTX 1080Ti, 650W Gold PSU, case, more for $900 ($1,200+ value)

B&H Photo offers a intriguing bundle with nearly everything you need to start building a computer for $899.99 shipped. Highlighted by a EVGA GTX 1080Ti FTW3 Elite 11GB GPU, you’ll also receive a 650W Gold PSU, case, and more, this is a great way to get started with building a high-end gaming PC. Purchased separately at Amazon, the GPU is over $900 alone, with the power supply adding $83, with the case adding another $110. The cooler brings another $90 to the table, and the PowerLink is generally included with EVGA GPUs. You’re getting over $1,200 worth of PC components here. This graphics card is rated 4.6/5 stars at Amazon.

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