Comments had been disabled on the articles. At least on PC. I didn't checked in mobile. I used many different browsers.Here is a resource to help you judge if a graphics card is a reasonable value: The gaming GPU hierarchy chart groups GPUs by performance.
Desktop GPU Performance Hierarchy Table : Read more
I believe those prices are automated through their referral link system, based on the current price of a particular model of card on Amazon. Being a previous-gen card that is no longer manufactured and now in short supply, the price of buying one new will have a lot of variance. Even the link up top currently showing $855 is grossly overpriced. There is little point in buying a GTX 1080 that has its price marked up higher than an RX 2080, especially since even an RX 2070 would be a bit faster. At this point, they should just remove the referral links for anything but the current generation of cards.On the legacy GPU Hierarchy list the 1080 has a price next to it that is too high (999) -- it is different than the price up top.
I kind of doubt that, considering how far Intel's integrated graphics perform below even the lowest-end current-generation dedicated cards from AMD or Nvidia. If anything, including Intel's graphics chipsets would encourage people to upgrade to a better card from AMD or Nvidia. : PI bet Nvidia (and possibly Amd) pays a good money not ot mention Intel graphics...