Where to Buy AMD's RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT GPUs

AMD Radeon RX 7900 Series Deep Dive
(Image credit: AMD)

Today marks the day you can finally buy AMD's all-new Radeon RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT (opens in new tab) graphics cards. Reference models and AMD's AIB partner models are now available to purchase from the usual retailers like Newegg, Micro Center, and even AMD's own store — assuming you can find any still in stock.

From what we're seeing online, there's plenty of demand for AMD's new cards, and Newegg has already sold out of almost all RX 7900 XTX models and some RX 7900 XTs. AMD's store is also taking a big hit, with a queue time of around 45 minutes at the time of this writing. But AMD is featuring combo deals, of which some are in stock, so it may be worth the wait.

Update: Most of the cards we've found online are now out of stock, though some are "early listings" with a "Notify" option. We'll update this page as we find additional listings, and in the coming days we expect some of the cards will come back in stock. And on that note, Newegg has four models of the 7900 XT currently in stock, and Amazon shows three XFX cards — though the Amazon listings are all slated to arrive in 2–4 weeks.

In any case if you want a RX 7900 XTX or XT right now, act quickly before stock runs out completely. This launch appears to be different from the RTX 4080 launch, with significantly more demand from consumers. That or AMD just didn't supply enough cards for launch day.

Amazon

XFX RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99
XFX RX 7900 XT Speedster MERC310 Black (opens in new tab) for $949.99
XFX RX 7900 XT Speedster MERC310 Ultra (opens in new tab) for $979.99

PowerColor RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — Out of stock

Newegg

RX 7900 XTX

ASRock RX 7900 XTX Aqua (opens in new tab) for $1449.99 — Out of stock
ASRock RX 7900 XTX Taichi (opens in new tab) for $1199.99 — Out of stock
ASRock RX 7900 XTX Phantom Gaming (opens in new tab) for $1099.99 — Out of stock
ASRock RX 7900 XTX (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
Asus RX 7900 XTX (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX Gaming (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX
(opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
PowerColor RX 7900 XTX Red Devil (opens in new tab) for $1099.99 — Out of stock
PowerColor RX 7900 XTX Hellhound (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
Sapphire RX 7900 XTX Nitro (opens in new tab) for $1099.99 — Out of stock
Sapphire RX 7900 XTX (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
XFX RX 7900 XTX Gaming (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
XFX RX 7900 XTX Speedster MERC310 (opens in new tab) for $1099.99 — Out of stock

RX 7900 XT

PowerColor RX 7900 XT Hellhound (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — In stock
Sapphire RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — In stock
XFX Gaming RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — In stock
XFX RX 7900 XT Speedster MERC310 (opens in new tab) for $979.99 — In stock

Asus RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — Out of stock
ASRock RX 7900 XT Taichi (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
ASRock RX 7900 XT Phantom Gaming (opens in new tab) for $949.99 — Out of stock
ASRock RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — Out of stock
Gigabyte RX 7900 XT Gaming (opens in new tab) for $1,099.99 — Out of stock
Gigabyte RX 7900 XT (opens in new tab) for $899.99 — Out of stock

AMD RX 7900 XTX / XT store queue

(Image credit: AMD.com)

AMD Store (With a Potential Queue)

AMD Store link

RX 7900 XTX and XT Reference Cards

AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX for $999.00 — Out of stock
AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT for $899.00 — Out of stock

RX 7900 Series and Ryzen 7000 Series Combo Deals

AMD RX 7900 XTX + Ryzen 9 7950X Bundle for $1698.00 — Out of stock
AMD RX 7900 XTX + Ryzen 9 7900X Bundle for $1,548.00 — Out of stock

AMD RX 7900 XT + Ryzen 7 7700X Bundle for $1298.00 — Out of stock
AMD RX 7900 XT + Ryzen 5 7600X Bundle for $1198.00 — Out of stock

Best Buy

RX 7900 XTX

Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX Gaming OC (opens in new tab) for $1099.99 — Out of stock
Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
XFX RX 7900 XTX Speedster MERC310 (opens in new tab) for $1099.99 — Out of stock

RX 7900 XT

Gigabyte RX 7900 XT Gaming OC (opens in new tab) for $999.99 — Out of stock
XFX RX 7900 XT Speedster MERC310 (opens in new tab) for $979.99 — Out of stock

B&H Photo

XFX RX 7900 XTX Speedster MERC319 (opens in new tab) for $1,099.99 — Notify when available
XFX RX 7900 XT Speedster MERC310 (opens in new tab) for $979.99 — Notify when available

Micro Center (in store only)

RX 7900 XTX

ASRock RX 7900 XTX for $999.99
Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX Aorus for $1,149.99
Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX Gaming for $1099.99
Gigabyte RX 7900 XTX for $999.99
PowerColor RX 7900 XTX for $999.99
Sapphire RX 7900 XTX for $999.99

RX 7900 XT

ASRock RX 7900 XT for $899.99
Gigabyte RX 7900 XT Gaming OC for $999.99
Gigabyte RX 7900 XT for $899.99
PowerColor RX 7900 XT for $899.99
Sapphire RX 7900 XT for $899.99

Aaron Klotz
Freelance News Writer

Aaron Klotz is a freelance writer for Tom’s Hardware US, covering news topics related to computer hardware such as CPUs, and graphics cards.

  • -Fran-
    Not here in the UK at least...

    The AIB cards are £100+ over MSRP with their custom designs and are bulky, ugly and, probably, unnecessary over the reference design.

    So stupid...

    At least there are plenty at MSRP using the reference design still. I don't think they'll fly off the shelves over here, considering, specially the XT, is such a weird (bad) card at its MSRP.

    Also, personal rant: what the hell was Sapphire thinking with their design. So friggen ugly...

    Regards.
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  • Pablete14
    I was checking Best Buy constantly last night. The card was sold out as soon as they published it on the website at 1am EST. I doubt any cards were there for sale.....
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  • RedOctober4545
    It is incredibly disappointing that nothing was learned since 2020. Same poor stock, poor communication, bad websites managing stock allowing bots. This was another paper launch imo.
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  • blacknemesist
    Damn either people did not get the memo, pre-orders were most of sales or scalpers bought them all.
    Last I checked they had bad value since the 50% uplift was not there and was trading blows with the bad value 4080 :/ guess AMD got done in both in CPUs and GPUs this year.
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  • neojack
    the last article mentions 200 000 units made worldwide. hardly a paper launch
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  • Jaxstarke9977
    This is why I went ahead and pulled the trigger on a 4080 when I had the opportunity. Yes, I spent more money but I'm not playing the waiting and hoping game any more.
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  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    Reviews published a day earlier claiming 4080 levels of performance, scalpers turned their bots on.
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  • Sleepy_Hollowed
    RedOctober4545 said:
    It is incredibly disappointing that nothing was learned since 2020. Same poor stock, poor communication, bad websites managing stock allowing bots. This was another paper launch imo.


    Listen there, companies can't invest in supply or tracking systems to sell even more and/or lower sale margins, they're only allowed to artificially pump stock value and invest in stock buybacks.

    What do you think this is, fair business?
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  • colossusrage
    Jaxstarke9977 said:
    This is why I went ahead and pulled the trigger on a 4080 when I had the opportunity. Yes, I spent more money but I'm not playing the waiting and hoping game any more.
    Everyone quickly forgot that a RTX 3070 was going for $1,500 for about a year. I had to buy a prebuilt just to get moderately scalped. Although the 4080 is 'bad' in terms of value right now, you never know what the situation will be. It's your money, enjoy your purchase.
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  • digitalgriffin
    Give it a month or two. They will be sitting on the shelves like the 4080s.

    If 60% of the shipments are the 7900XT and not the XTX, they will sit. The 7900XT is universally panned as a horrible buy similar to the 4080. Mfg's adding a leading edge tax on top, will only hurt things more. The 7900 series is not what AMD promised.
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