EVGA GTX 970: $99, 1060/3: $129, 980Ti:$199 (B-Stock)
Also available: 1060, 3GB for $129 [evga.com]
GTX 970, 4GB [evga.com] for $99 + Free shipping..
Also have 980Ti for $199 [evga.com]+ Free shipping.
Some RTX as well
This is my first deal post go easy, i have been in the market for a EVGA 2060, and ran across this today. An EVGA RTX 2060 XC Ultra Card, these usually retail for 379.99 but are 299.99 today on bstock.
They only have a 1 year warranty but usually when i have purhcased these before in the past they work great!
Deal is good until 4/3/2019 11:59PM FYI https://www.evga.com/products/pro...spx?type=8
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Not as good as the deal for the Hyprid which looks like went back up to its normal price, but this is still pretty good in my opinion if you are needing a card asap. Like mentioned by NeatCrowd731 "If you buy it all up at these prices they will keep selling the back stock at these prices.These are not good prices. Wait it out people."
Monster Hunter World
I was browsing the EVGA B-Stock items and found two versions of their GTX 970 for $129.99 with free shipping and no tax (in NY, at least). Used 970's are going for $150+ on ebay, and this has a 1 year warranty.
EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SSC GAMING, 04G-P4-6255-RX, 4GB GDDR5, ACX 3.0
It's a refurbished card but all I have got so far look 100% new, no dust or scratches or anything. They have 1Y warranty I believe.
While 20x series comes out next week it will not bring anything new to the low end price level selection, so if you want to run most games comfortably at 1080p and you only have a bit over $100 - this is still a good option. Especially since it goes for less that what a regular GTX 1050 2GB cost now in most places.
$109.99 free shipping. Usually there is a limit 1-2 cards and a very short stock.
First 5 checkout tries gave me an error and I had to start over, finally I have got a couple of cards.
If you need it, there is also a refurb 850W BQ: https://www.evga.com/products/pro...=850+Watts
First one on the list. I have used more than a dozen of these for SLI builds and all are working to this day. All were like new, sans packaging.