ZOTAC’s Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 is on sale through Amazon Prime Early Access.

For a limited time, you can get 62% off the market price of one of NVIDIA’s most powerful ray tracing-capable graphics cards on Amazon.

For the first time in years, PC gamers have a chance to buy the highly sought-after RTX 3090 at a record-low price. For a restricted time only, Amazon is selling the ZOTAC Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 at a steep discount.

The RTX 3090 is NVIDIA’s flagship graphics card in the RTX 30 series, built on the Ampere architecture, and it can provide outstanding images in games that make use of real-time ray tracing, such as Cyberpunk 2077 and Control. The RTX 3090 is capable of running every game now available and those that will be released in the near future at their maximum settings, and it is optimized for delivering fluid framerates on 4K monitors with ray tracing and performance-enhancing DLSS sharpening enabled. Since their release, it has been extremely difficult for PC gamers to purchase these cards at reasonable costs due to a variety of causes including a global pandemic, supply problems, and strong demand.

NVIDIA’s RTX 3090 GPU is the foundation for ZOTAC’s RTX 3090 Trinity, which has a unique three-fan IceStorm 2.0 cooling system and Spectra 2 ARGB lighting. It has a single connector for the brand new high-bandwidth HDMI 2.1 connection and three DisplayPort 1.4a connections that can power 4K monitors at 120 Hz and 8K monitors at 60 Hz. The RTX 3090 also has SLI support, albeit this is more of a feature for game developers and 3D artists than for regular gamers. The card’s massive 24 GB of GDDR6X memory and 940 GB/s memory bandwidth makes it extremely future-proof in terms of memory, as even half that amount is suitable for most workloads.

The ZOTAC RTX 3090 Trinity, which originally retailed for $2,399, is now available for purchase at a 62% discounted price of $909.99. Many PC gamers have delayed purchasing new gear in anticipation of a return to normalcy, so the recent price drops on high-end NVIDIA and AMD GPUs are encouraging.

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