Chasing down where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 is simply a painful mission, despite it being months after the GPU's release. That's all thanks to the $499 graphics card being completely sold out in many parts of the world and restocks seem thin on the ground.
At least there's action being taken to curtail the demand for such graphics cards for cryptocurrency mining; one graphics card maker is bringing back the old GeForce RTX 1060 to attract the attention of miners, who'll hopefully leave RTX 3080 stock alone. And the new AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT could provide a new burst of graphics cards to the market if you fancy going down the Team Red route.
We've rounded up the retailers that have the GeForce RTX 3070 listed and could have stock back in as February marches on. So now is a good time to sign up for stock alerts and to check availability.
Or you could follow the example of our audio editor James Archer and simply buy a GeForce RTX 3090 as the great graphics card shortage carries on. The dire situation could get a minor respite as AMD will soon launch a new Radeon RX 6000 GPU. That could help reduce some of the impact the huge graphics card shortage is having on PC gaming.
We've listed the main U.S. retailers offering the GeForce RTX 3070 below for your inspection.
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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. View Deal
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.View Deal