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Black Friday Nvidia Deals in 2023

Last Updated on November 14, 2023
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If you’re in the market for graphics cards and streaming equipment then these Black Friday Nvidia deals should have you covered. We’re at a bit of a crossroads between GPU generations, with the Ampere series in the twilight of the limelight, and Ada cards taking over. This could mean some of the deepest-ever discounts on some coveted hardware from the manufacturer.

That’s what’s particularly exciting about the Black Friday Nvidia deals because we’re expecting some extensive discounts on RTX hardware. So whether it’s an RTX 3050 or an RTX 4090, we’ve got you covered with Black Friday GPU deals here at PC Guide.

Today’s best GPU deals 2023

Here are today’s best graphics card deals. They’ve been hand-picked by our deal experts and they represent the best discounts on offer right now. For more bespoke Black Friday deals, please scroll down.

Black Friday Nvidia deals

In this section, you will find a range of Black Friday deals on Nvidia products. If you don’t see something you don’t like then don’t worry, as this will become increasingly populated nearer to Black Friday as more remarkable offers start to come through.

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VIPERA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition Graphic Card

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ASUS Dual GeForce® RTX 4070 OC Edition 12GB GDDR6X

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MSI Gaming RTX 4070 Ti Super 16G AERO Graphics Card

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NVIDIA – GeForce RTX 4080

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ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super White Edition

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ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX™ 4090 White OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card

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MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3080 (Renewed)

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Where to find the best Black Friday Nvidia deals

It’s a bit of a three-horse race when it comes to the Black Friday Nvidia deals. Particular attention can be paid to Newegg, Best Buy, and Amazon as, when it comes to graphics card sales in the US, these retailers have the biggest coverage. In the UK, it’s the same story with Ebuyer, Overclockers UK, and Scan.

When will Black Friday Nvidia deals start in 2023?

The Black Friday Nvidia deals will have their deepest day of discounts on November 24th, but there are still offers coming in now. This is because the winter sales events realistically take place a little earlier than this date.

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How to get the best Black Friday Nvidia deals in 2023

Finding the best Black Friday Nvidia deals in 2023 can be achieved by taking your business to multiple retailers at once if you’ve got a particular Nvidia product in mind. It always pays to keep your options open, and generally speaking, you can find the most competitive offers by comparing what’s available at one storefront to another.

If you want to be completely in the know, then the price histories of each product should give you insight. Using tools such as CamelCamelCamel, for Amazon, and Honey for the most popular retailers will help you to get the best and most extensive offers available. The former of which gives you an all-time lowest rate, with the latter monitoring 120 days in the past, too.

What to consider when looking for Black Friday Nvidia deals

GTX and RTX

The two different graphics card generations available from Nvidia are GTX and RTX. The former is reserved for older technology and the latter utilizes the company’s latest innovations such as ray tracing and DLSS. GTX GPUs, in their modern form exist in the 1650 and 1660 lines. The current generation of RTX cards is the 30-series, but that’s soon to be replaced.

Price

The cheapest Nvidia graphics cards available are the GTX 1630, 1650, and 1660. These video cards are targeting wallet-friendly PC gamers wanting the best bang for their buck. Prices generally hover around the $150 – $250 mark. RTX, by comparison, starts at around the $300 price range for the weakest of the Ampere hardware.

GPU size

The size of a video card is something to consider. Less powerful cards have a small presence inside your machine. Consequently, they require less power from your PSU than some other video cards. Larger cards, such as the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090, need three slots, and are heavier, needing much more power by comparison. Something to keep in mind with your PC case.

Does Nvidia make the best graphics cards?

Nvidia definitely makes some of the best graphics cards, but there’s definitely an argument to be made as to if they are the absolute best overall. Some of the entry-level, mid-range and high-end video cards allow for gaming in 1080p, 1440p, and 4K respectively while utilizing ray tracing and the company’s DLSS A.I. upscaling technology.

What else does Nvidia make?

Nvidia also makes the Shield line of streaming devices as well as G-Sync which you’ll find baked into many of the best gaming monitors and laptop screens. There’s also the Shield controller, too, for those wanting an alternative to your everyday Xbox and PlayStation remote.

Aleksha McLoughlin is Hardware and News Editor for PC Guide and she oversees buying guides, reviews, news, and features on site. She was previously Hardware and Affiliates Editor at VideoGamer.