Tracking down where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 is stupidly hard, even though the $499 graphics card was released in 2020.
Chip shortages, massive demand, and scalpers have made it very difficult to find the cared or others in the GeForce RTX 30-series in stock at U.S. and U.K. retailers alike.
Sadly, as of January 17, there are no GeForce RTX 3070 graphics cards in stock at U.S. or U.K. retailers at reasonable prices.
Furthermore, it's not looking likely that the stock situation will improve in the coming months, though we are hopeful that come the second half of the year the chip shortages will have reduced somewhat.
To help in what way we can, we've listed the main U.S. retailers, and some U.K. stores, offering the graphics card below for your inspection. These are worth checking out and signing up for restock notifications so you can maximize your chance of getting the graphics card as and when it's restocked.
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RTX 3070: from $499 @ Best Buy
Best Buy offers the Gigabyte and EVGA RTX 3070 cards. Both are sold out, but inventory is expected to be replenished soon.
RTX 3070: from $499 @ Amazon
Although Amazon is out of stock of the PNY GeForce RTX 3070 Triple Fan and the PNY RTX 3070 Dual Fan cards, the retailer will email you when stock is replenished.
RTX 3070: from $499 @ Newegg
From Asus to Zotac, Newegg offers the widest range of RTX 3070 cards with prices that run the gamut from $499 to $629. They are all out of stock, but you can have Newegg auto-notify you when stock is back.
RTX 3070: from $499 @ Nvidia
Nvidia's website is your RTX 3070 headquarters with links to all versions of its new graphics card. Not surprisingly, they're all sold out.