Looking for an RTX 3080? Good luck with that.
Finding best graphics cards in stock at around their list price feels a bit like Mission Impossible at the moment. It seems the only place to pick one up is eBay, and as you can tell from our GPU Pricing Index, that's not such a good idea.
Earning a 4.5-star rating in our Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 review, this is a powerful graphics card capable of true 4K 60+fps gaming while running reasonably cool and quiet.
And with that power, it's no surprise to see the high demand. But we're here to help, pointing you in the right direction to hopefully pick up a first or third party RTX 3080 when stock arrives.
Where to buy RTX 3080 — at a glance
Update April 20 — 3am PST/11am BST
Still quiet on the RTX 3080 stock front. The last places where we saw these GPUs available were either in pre-built PCs with a premium cost attached to them, or via the recent Newegg Shuffle. Keep it locked to Tom's Hardware (and follow us on Twitter), as we will bring you live updates when stock returns.
Where to buy the RTX 3080 in the US
RTX 3080 deals at Amazon
Amazon’s RTX 3080 page lists all the options and, unsurprisingly, they’re all out of stock! Best thing to do on this page is save a select few to your wish list for stock notifications. Plus, we have been seeing higher success rates purchasing via the wish list rather than gambling with the buy now button.
Where to buy the RTX 3080 in the UK
RTX 3080 deals at eBuyer
Surprise! All RTX 3080 models are out of stock on eBuyer — just like everywhere else. You can pre-order PC builds that include the GPU if you’re ok with repurposing or reselling the rest of the components, such as the AlphaSync tower with 10th gen Intel Core i7, 16GB DDR4 and a storage combo of 500GB M.2 SSD and 2TB HDD.
RTX 3080 deals at Overclockers
Of course, when it comes to PC components in the UK, Overclockers is a good go-to brand. You can pick from a selection of pre-built PCs with RTX 3080 too, like the Gallium for £2,199. Unfortunately, you can’t sign up for GPU stock updates, so watch this space to hear about new drops.
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Where to buy an rtx 3080... in your dreams.Reply
Yep this article was just a whet dream.Reply
Im not really sure of the point of this. There is actually ZERO usefull information here. There are tons of youtube and twitch streams that have actual allerts, and where you are probably getting your outdated information. Most of what you posted here is totally a waste of clicks. I guess THG just wants ad revenue.Reply
Today, when I read this article, Amazon has 'available from these sellers' and th eonly listing is for $3,000.00. Yeah, as Hideout says, great news worth printing!Reply
If I beg enough, could we get a Canada version?Reply
/begging very hard