AMD's rounding out its Navi graphics card lineup with a new GPU targeted at 1080p performance, the AMD RX 6600 XT. It's technically out today, coming in at a $379 MSRP, but AIB models and stock shortages mean finding one at that price is going to be difficult.
The best graphics cards go fast these days, although according to our RX 6600 XT review, this GPU is lacking. While it tends to beat the last-gen RX 5700 XT and Nvidia's RTX 3060 on benchmarks, it's still expensive for 1080p and has poor ray-tracing capabilities.
Even so, those faults haven't saved the card from the same low stock issues as its competitors, plus some AIB models are pushing prices up even higher. That's why we're keeping track of the best places to buy an RX 6600 XT, so you can help mitigate these problems and get your hands on one at the best price possible.
Where to buy an RX 6600 XT — at a glance
Update August 11 — 8am PST/4PM BST
On the RX 6600 XT's launch day, most stores don't even have stock listed. Those that do are mostly already sold out. It's the same song and dance of all GPU launches in 2021, but there's a catch. A couple of British stores do actually have live add-to-cart buttons, for now.
Where to buy RX 6600 XT in the US
Where to buy RX 6600 XT in the UK
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