GeForce RTX 4090 custom graphics cards listed in Europe from 1900 EUR, cheaper than NVIDIA MSRP

GeForce RTX 4090 50 EUR cheaper than NVIDIA MSRP

Spanish retailer CoolMod becomes the first retailer to list RTX 4090 graphics cards in Europe, reports El Chapuzas Informatico.

Here is a reminder that the NVIDIA RTX 4090 GPU, the flagship SKU of the new “Ada” series, has an official MSRP in Europe at EUR 1949. NVIDIA no longer matches USD to EUR prices, which used to be the case when the Euro was more highly valued. NVIDIA now adds sales tax (VAT) to European prices, which means around 20% more than the US MSRP.

On the Spanish CoolMod website, the first RTX 4090 GPUs are now listed without a pre-order option. Interestingly, this is the first store to list Euro prices for non-Founders Edition GPUs. The prices correspond to what has been announced that the companies will offer non-overclocked SKUs at NVIDIA’s MSRP, in this case it is the non-OC GALAX/KFA2 SG and ZOTAC Trinity GPUs.

Spanish RTX 4090 pricing, Source: CoolMod

Interestingly, the KFA2 RTX 4090 Serious Gaming ST (lower frequency) is priced even below MSRP at 1900 EUR. This doesn’t seem like a mistake as this store has all the official KFA2 marketing materials. It is also one of the largest Spanish stores selling PC components. That said, it seems like a real price.

The RTX 4090 comes with an AD102-300 GPU with 16384 CUDA cores and 24GB of GDDR6X memory. At 1900 EUR, the RTX 4090 is priced 24% higher than the cheapest RTX 3090 Ti sold by the same store.

Update: It didn’t take long, the price was adjusted to 2100 EUR :

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series Specifications
VideoCardz.com GeForce RTX 4090 24GB GeForce RTX 4080 16GB GeForce RTX 4080 12GB
Board-SKU PG139-SKU330 PG139-SKU360 PG141-SKU331
Architecture Ada (TSMC 4N) Ada (TSMC 4N) Ada (TSMC 4N)
GPUs AD102-300 AD103-300 AD104-400
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CUDA Cores
Boost clock
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Memory bus
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Default TGP
MSRP (US)
MSRP (EU)

Source: CoolMod via ElchapuzasInformatico