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Where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 — latest restock updates

Where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090
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Locating where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is a difficult pursuit, with U.S and U.K. retailers pretty much constantly out of stock. This situation isn't likely helped by ultra rare GeForce RTX 3080 cards getting stuffed into pre-built mining rigs further adding to the shortage of GeForce 30-series GPUs.

But, even in the face of a lot of retailers being utterly out of stock, we've still rounded up the retailers that have the $1,499 graphics card on their books. Just don't expect any new GeForce RTX 3090 to arrive in high volumes in the foreseeable future.   

As of July 20, there's no GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards in stock, at reasonable prices at least. And across the GeForce RTX 30-series, it looks like the stock situation isn't going to improve any time soon.

That being said, there could be a flood of new Nvidia GeForce RTX 30-series cards to the likes of eBay.

So, here's a list of retailers selling the monstrously powerful graphics card; most are currently out of stock. Check back regularly to see if RTX 3090 supplies have been replenished. 

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090: Where to buy 

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090: $1,499 at Nvidia
Nvidia offers its own RTX 3090 model, as well as those from a few third-party graphics card makers.View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $1,499 at Best Buy
Best Buy has a selection of GeForce RTX 3090 cards from Nvidia's version to more expensive models from Asus, MSI and Gigabyte. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $1,499 at Newegg
Newegg has a comprehensive selection of GeForce RTX 3090 cards. These include cards from Zotac, EVGA, MSI and Asus. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $2,899 @ Amazon
Amazon now has a selection of RTX 3090 cards from the likes of PNY, Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI. Even better, you can have Amazon notify you when stock is replenished. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $1,499 at B&H
B&H has a good selection of GeForce RTX 3090 cards, from MSI, Gigabyte, and Asus. But you'll need to wait for them to come back in stock. View Deal

Where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 in the U.K

GeForce RTX 3090: from £1,399 at Nvidia
The RTX 3090 is available at Nvidia UK, but it's sold out at the time of writing.View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from £1,529 at Overclockers
Overclockers is only selling third-party models of the GeForce RTX 3090, so be prepared to pay a pretty penny for them. However, you can pre-order the graphics cards from the retailer, hopefully securing one when they are back in stock. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: check stock at Scan
Online PC hardware retailer Scan has a landing page that will tell you what GeForce RX 3000-series cards it has in stock. You can view its range of RTX 3090 cards hereView Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: check stock at eBuyer
There's a suite of GeForce RTX 3090 cards on offer at eBuyer. Last we checked a Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 was in stock. View Deal

There's a good chance that you'll probably struggle to get a GeForce RTX 3090 anytime soon. But if you're really keen on getting the powerful GPU and have other PC parts that need a refresh, then you could simply opt for a new gaming machine altogether. 

Alienware, Cyberpower, Falcon Northwest, iBUYPOWER, Maingear, Origin have desktops on offer with the GeForce RTX 3090 as a graphics card option, including versions of our picks for the best gaming PC. Just bear in mind that these are seriously expensive PCs costing several thousands of dollars. You will, however, end up with a PC that will basically chew through pretty much any game you can throw with ease as the very highest of settings. 

If all this seems a bit much, then bear in mind AMD Big Navi is on it's way on October 28. It's looking set to offer serious power, potentially at prices that undercut Nvidia's new graphics cards. So if you've not managed to secure a new Nvidia GeForce 3000-series GPU, then there's more to come from the graphics world this fall. 

Roland Moore-Colyer

Roland Moore-Colyer is U.K. Editor at Tom’s Guide with a focus on news, features and opinion articles. He often writes about gaming, phones, laptops and other bits of hardware; he’s also got an interest in cars. When not at his desk Roland can be found wandering around London, often with a look of curiosity on his face.