NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super now on sale

NVIDIA RTX 2080 (Image credit: NVIDIA)

What you need to know

  • The NVIDIA 2080 Super is now available for purchase.
  • The card has a 15Gbps memory bandwidth.
  • Partner editions of the card start at $720 while NVIDIA's base model goes for $700.

One of NVIDIA's most powerful RTX cards and our top pick for best graphics cards, the NVIDIA 2080 Super, is now available for purchase. The card is the last of the RTX 20 Super series to become available. The RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super became available earlier this month. Several partner editions of the card are available on NewEgg starting at $720. NVIDIA's base model is also available for $700.

The NVIDIA 2080 Super features a 15Gbps memory bandwidth, outmatching the RTX 2080 Ti and Titan RTX. It is based on the TU104 GPU and comes with 3072 CUDA cores, along with 8GB of GDDR6 memory.

Newegg has several partner editions of the NVIDIA 2080 Super including Zotac, EVGA, and Gigabyte. The site lists an ASUS partner card, but at the time of publication, it is listed as out of stock.

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