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RTX 3070 Ti Stock Tracker — Where to Buy the Latest GPU

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Nvidia's new Ti model, the RTX 3070 Ti, is the latest Ampere GPU to try to bridge the gap between power and affordability. With an MSRP of $599, it's supposed to be a step closer to the RTX 3080 in terms of power without costing as much, although some partner cards are charging customers as much as $1,000.

Almost double MSRP is eBay levels of markup, and while there are $599 cards out there, stock on the best graphics cards is so low across the board that you'd be lucky to find any RTX 3070 Ti, let alone an affordable one.

With that in mind, we've prepared this guide to help you grab an RTX 3070 Ti from official sources.

Where to buy RTX 3070 Ti — at a glance

US RTX 3070 Ti retailers: Amazon | B&H | Best Buy | Gamestop | Micro Center | Newegg | Nvidia

UK RTX 3080 retailers: Amazon UK | eBuyer | Overclockers | Scan

As of publishing time, almost half of the usual suspects still don't even have listings on their sites. Amazon and B&H are the big culprits here. Best Buy and Newegg do have cards listed, but Best Buy says they're sold out and Newegg says they're out of stock (aside from what you can find in the Newegg Shuffle). Micro Center does have in-store availability, but stock will depend on your location.

Where to buy the RTX 3080 in the US

RTX 3070 Ti deals at Amazon
Amazon hasn't built a landing page for the RTX 3070 Ti yet. A search for the card also only reveals scalped RTX 3070 and 3060 cards.View Deal

RTX 3080 Ti deals at B&H
B&H does have the RTX 3070 Ti listed in its GPU category section, but clicking on it simply redirects you to a search results page for the RTX 3070 Ti. All that's listed here are regular RTX 3070 models.View Deal

RTX 3070 Ti deals at Best Buy
Best Buy has two RTX 3070 Ti models listed on its site, including the $599 Founder's Edition and the much more expensive $949 Asus TUF Gaming version. Both say they're sold out. 

Unlike with the RTX 3080 Ti, Best Buy is not doing a physical launch for the RTX 3070 Ti.View Deal

RTX 3070 Ti deals at Newegg
As usual, Newegg has the widest selection of cards, but they're all out of stock. Keep an eye out for future Newegg Shuffles, since while your chances are small, they're also probably your best bet to actually get one of these cards.View Deal

Where to buy the RTX 3080 in the UK

RTX 3070 Ti deals at eBuyer
eBuyer has almost as many RTX 3070 Ti models listed as Newegg does, but they all say they're coming soon.View Deal

RTX 3070 Ti deals at Overclockers
Overclockers has a lot of RTX 3070 Ti models from makers like Asus, Gigabyte, Zotac and the like listed on its site, although they all say they'll be "available soon."View Deal

RTX 3070 Ti deals at Scan
Scan has 5 RTX 3070 Ti models listed on its site, all from either Gigabyte or Asus, and all of them are sold out. Add some to your wish list and keep your fingers crossed that the site gets more in-stock soon. View Deal

  • peachpuff
    These guides are pointless, the only answer is from a local scalper or one on ebay.
  • DXRick
    When the sites say "OUT OF STOCK" "Sold out" or "Notify me when available", that means they aren't actually available there for sale.
  • dennphill
    Poor drops from Best Buy so far. (WHAT's with the 3070 Ti having an ASUS TUF $950 model?!!) New Egg's Shuffles have been poor - some solo $600 and $750 3070 Tis yesterday, but today back to only pairing with (unneeded and unwanted) MBs. Oh, and today pairing a 3070 Ti (recommended power 750 watt with a PSU of 700 watts! Lousy way to do business.) Few 3070 Tis so far. Where are 3060 and 3060Ti LHR cards?
  • dennphill
    Just looking for a replacement to my (working fine) 1660 Ventus OC from 2019 for a new build - really want only a 3070 or 3060 Ti. Yesterday found a Hot SALE! site on Alibaba for 3080s (GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 VISION OC 10G) for $645...problem is they want to sell 10 pieces minimum. Maybe I should go into the importing business and become a scalper. (
  • Taff11171
    Does somebody actually get paid on Toms Hardware to write these pointless articles? I have never seen any of them mentioning they are in stock somewhere. Stop wasting your research and just say you have no chance of finding one ever unless your a fool and buy off these reckless scalpers and greedy suppliers.