AMD Radeon RX 590 prices nosedive following NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 SUPER series announcement
The AMD Radeon RX 590 may be a two-generations old GPU, but it remains powerful enough for some decent 1080p gaming. The card launched at US$279 last year but has steadily been dropping in price since. Now, AMD partners have gone even further, aligning with the announcement of the GTX 16 SUPER series.
Irrespective of whether the timing is coincidental or deliberate, the deals that AMD is offering with RX 590 purchases effectively make it a US$100 card. As Hot Hardware originally reported, add-in board (AIB) RX 590 GPUs are currently going for between US$189.99 and US$209.99 on Amazon and Newegg. The cards at thees prices are as follows:
AMD is currently running its Raise the Game bundle too, which rewards RX 590 purchases with three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC and a choice between Borderlands 3 or Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The bundle is available for other Radeon purchases too, while AMD is also running an identical Equipped to Win offer for Ryzen purchases. You can find the full list of eligible devices and terms here.