Where to buy Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 — latest restock updates
Tracking down where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 has been a difficult pursuit ever since the $699 graphics card was released.
Huge demand, scalpers and a chip supply shortage have made it nearly impossible to find the powerful graphics card at a fair price. But it's looking a little more promising of late as a few retailers appear to have more GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards in stock, albeit at very high prices.
We've pulled together a list of U.S. and U.K. retailers that have the GeForce RTX 3080 listed on their books. These are all well worth checking out. And keep this page bookmarked and refreshed as you might get lucky and find where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 if a restock suddenly drops.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080: Latest stock updates
As of October 11, there is no Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 restock available, at least not at reasonable prices.
However, there are hints that a new and powerful AMD GPU could be in the works. So if you have not luck with Team Green, then Team Red might offer a compelling alternative in the near-future. Speaking of which, if you wait till next year, new Nvidia and AMD graphics cards could be released, though they're tipped to be very power-hungry.
And there could be a new contender on the block rather soon, as Intel's Arc gaming graphics could be a contender for the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080.
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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080: Where to buy
At the moment the GeForce RTX 3080 is sold out at pretty much every major retailer. As such, you're best bet is to grab an RTX 3080 when you spot one. But also have a bit of patience and it should be back in stock shortly. Make sure to check the retailers using the links below to see if they have the RTX 3080 back in stock.
One trick: Be sure to have all your payment and shipping information saved on the retailer's site, so you don't have to spend precious minutes filling it out — which could mean the difference between picking up Nvidia's newest GPU and walking away empty-handed.
Where to buy Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 in the U.S.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080: from $699 at Nvidia
Nvidia offers a range of RTX 3080 models, including its own base model as well as third-party options from the likes of EVGA and MSI. But they all go fast.View Deal
GeForce RTX 3080: from $699 at Best Buy
Best Buy has a selection of GeForce RTX 3080 cards from Nvidia itself to versions from EVGA , MSI and EVGA. But they're all sold out. You can sign up to be notified of when stocks are back. View Deal
GeForce RTX 3080: from $699 at Newegg
Newegg has a rather comprehensive selection of GeForce RTX 3080 cards. It's just a pity the are all currently sold out. But you can get automatically notified when more are back in stock. View Deal
GeForce RTX 3080: from $699 at Amazon
When Amazon has replenished its stock of the GeForce RTX 3080, you'll have a bountiful selection of card to choose from. However, none are available at the moment. View Deal
GeForce RTX 3080: from $699 at B&H
B&H has a good selection of GeForce RTX 3080 cards. Or at least it will when they are back in stock. Expect standard versions of the RTX 3080 as well as overclocked models. View Deal
GeForce RTX 3080: from $749 @ Office Depot
You probably wouldn't think to get your graphics card from Office Depot, but the retailer had stock of the PNY RTX 3080 10GB card. However, it has since sold out. But check back as inventory may be replenished soon. View Deal
Where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 in the U.K
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 has also sold out at a lot of U.K. hardware retailers. And it looks like the websites for Overclockers and Scan, two major PC component retailers in Britain, are down. We'd hazard a bet that's due to fevered interest in the RTX 3080.
As such, your options are limited to Nvidia and eBuyer at the moment. But we'll keep an eye out to see if the RTX 3080 pops up on other sites.
GeForce RTX 3080: from £699 at eBuyer
There are no GeForce RTX 3080 cards in stock at eBuyer. But it will allow you to pre-order the card from the likes of Asus and Gigabyte. View Deal
GeForce RTX 3080:from £719 at Overclockers
Overclockers has a range of RTX 3080 cards on offer, but most are out of stock and you'll not fine a the cheaper £699 cards on offer. View Deal
Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080: £930 at Currys
Currys has custom GeForce RTX 3080 from Gigabyte in stock. But be prepared to pay a lot for it. View Deal
Where to buy Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 desktops
If you're desperate to get GeForce GTX 3080 power, then you might want to consider getting a pre-built PC with the graphics card in it.
Origin PC will let you configure a desktop with an RTX 3080 in it. The same is true of iBuyPower, with a quartet of PC's with the RTX 3080 sitting alongside powerful AMD and Intel processors.
You can also configure an Alienware Aurora, our pick for the best gaming PC, with an RTX 3080 GPU.
In the U.K. Cyberpower has the Infinity X10 gaming PC with the GeForce RTX 3080. The graphics card comes with a healthy specification but expect to pay over £2,000 for the privilege.
And bear in mind that all the above PCs are pretty expensive with prices around the $2,000 mark. And a lot have already sold out or selling quickly.
The GeForce RTX 3080 is one of the most interesting graphics cards Nvidia has made of late, especially in terms of power and price. So don't be surprised if it's tricky to find for another few weeks yet.
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Review: Scan 3XS Vengeance RTX
It's decision time for gamers as next-generation hardware is officially upon us. Microsoft's Xbox Series S/X and Sony's PlayStation 5 are all up for pre-order, AMD's preparing to unveil its Radeon RX 6000 Series, and Nvidia has fired the first shot with its impressively fast GeForce RTX 3080.
PC vendors and system integrators will be hoping the performance uplift of the Ampere architecture is enough to convince users that now is as good a time as any to consider a new rig, and Scan Computers is putting out a taster in the form of an RTX 3080 base unit dubbed simply the 3XS Vengeance RTX.
We've been intrigued to see how system integrators will incorporate Nvidia's latest GPU, and Scan's first effort has thrown up some surprises. The £2,100 price tag, for starters, is by no means exorbitant for a base unit outfitted with the best that PC graphics currently has to offer - Scan refers to the it as an "affordable premium build," and the entire rig is suitably sleek in appearance.
Corsair's recently reviewed 4000D Airflow chassis is a fine starting point, with tidy looks and USB-C on the I/O panel, and Scan adds extra visual appeal in the form of four Corsair LL120 RGB fans; three attached to the Corsair H150i RGB Pro XT liquid cooler as front intakes; the other a rear exhaust. A neat combination that looks smart without coming across as ostentatious.
What's interesting is that the CPU beneath that 360mm liquid cooler is a modest AMD Ryzen 7 3700X. The eight-core, 16-thread processor can boost to speeds of up to 4.4GHz, but it could be argued the 65W TDP is at odds with the 320W GeForce graphics. We wonder if the CPU will stifle the GPU in our upcoming benchmarks, however Scan's reasoning for this particular choice of processor is that it's own internal sales data reveals the 3700X "outsells the more expensive 3800X by more than a factor of 4:1." Still, popular though the 3700X may be, we're mindful that the hard-hitting GeForce RTX 3080 may demand more.
Speaking of the RTX 3080, Scan chooses to side with an Asus TUF model, which is no bad thing as this particular custom cooler has proven to be highly capable in our own tests. There's no overclock on either CPU or GPU - Scan, like many of us, is still finding the sweet spot for RTX 3080 frequency and voltage - and both sit atop an Asus RoG Strix B550-E Gaming. Surprised to find a B550 chipset over full-fat X570? Don't be, the B550-E Gaming represents good value, has PCIe 4.0 where it counts, and offers both Wi-Fi 6 and 2.5GbE Ethernet right out of the box.
Rounding out the build, we have 16GB (2x8GB) of Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4-3600 memory, a 1TB Corsair MP600 M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD, and a 2TB Seagate Barracuda HDD for secondary storage duties. Little to argue against, though we might prefer the system without the hard disk - a 1TB system drive offers decent capacity, and having become accustomed to SSDs the noise of mechanical drives can be distracting in a quiet room.
One other area of intrigue is the 650W Corsair RMx power supply. Nvidia officially recommends a 750W power supply for systems outfitted with an RTX 3080, albeit with the proviso that "a lower power rating may work depending on system configuration." The high-quality, gold-rated Corsair supply is sufficient for this particular CPU and GPU combo - our tests reveal mains power draw peaks at around 450W when gaming.
Scan's decision to play it safe in key areas helps keep pricing competitive. We estimate building the same rig using off-the-shelf retail components would cost somewhere in the region of £2,000, meaning there's a small five per cent premium for Scan to assemble the PC, install Windows 10 with all the latest drivers, and deliver it to your door with a three-year warranty that includes on-site cover for the first 12 months.
A sensible choice for a next-gen gaming PC? Perhaps, though we are fascinated to see how the wicked-fast RTX 3080 plays alongside a Ryzen 7 3700X. Let's roll the benchmarks and find out.
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The Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti graphics card is shockingly available to purchase in the UK
The Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti is currently available for purchase at its recommended retail price, a headline that would have ludicrous to write a few years ago but now constitutes major news. Scan in the UK have stock of the high-end card at its £1049 RRP, stock that has seemingly persisted for a few hours - one of only a handful of times that an Nvidia RTX graphics card at RRP hasn't sold out immediately. If you're building a high-end rig, I'd say this is a great option - as long as you can't find an RTX 3080, at least.
For the record, Katharine wasn't so keen on the card when she tested it for the official RPS RTX 3080 Ti review - but I have a slightly different opinion. It's my view that pretty much any Founders Edition card sold at RRP is a reasonable value, given that third-party RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3090 cards are selling for anywhere from £1500 to £2000 or more. So, getting a nigh-identical level of performance at a bit over £1000 will make sense for a small subset of people that have a significant PC budget but haven't been able to find stock of a high-end GPU at a sane price before now.
In terms of performance, the card is pretty much identical to the RTX 3090 in all but a handful of games, making it a good value compared to that £1399 flagship. It only really loses out in terms of its VRAM count, which is halved from 24GB to 12GB, but this will only be a limiting factor in professional workloads like video edition. The 3080 Ti is also only around 10% faster than the RTX 3080, making that card the best value high-end option... but one that's been near-impossible to find due to the ongoing silicon shortage and high demand from gamers and cryptocurrency miners alike.
If you're building a high-end rig, do take a look at some reviews and consider the 3080 Ti at RRP. Supply shortages are likely to continue into next year, and this is an extremely quick graphics card - but whether it makes sense for you is something you'll have to decide!
We'll be back with another deal for UK folk later tonight, but for now thanks for reading and take care!
Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti: UK stock updates for Scan, Overclockers, Ebuyer and CCL
The 3080 Ti and the 3070 Ti has been announced after months of speculation and leaks.
With graphics cards being extremely hard to come across at the moment without paying extortionate prices but hope might be on the way with Nvidia's announcement.
The two new graphics cards have been launched in what have been the toughest time for PC gamers with cryptocurrency mining in full swing and a semiconductor shortage.
The demand has overwhelmed the supply and Nvidia hopes to cut off some of the demand from cryptominers with these cards having a lower has rate.
But the real question is: Where will we be able to buy the cards and who will be supplying them? Here's everything we know so far about the cards and who will be supplying them.
Scan has been a Founders Edition supplier for the 30 Series cards since they released and it is expected they will supply them on June 3.
On top of that, it will also be supplying AIB cards to customers on the day of release which are on the website.
However, Scan has remained tightlipped on social media about how and when these will be released or how people will be able to buy them.
Like previous releases, Scan could drop them at 2pm like previous releases but we'll keep you updated.
Overclockers have also been tightlipped about the release but is expecting to be releasing the cards around the same time as Scan.
At the time of writing, no products have been listed.
However, expect larger prices over RRP as we have seen with most 30 Series cards being sold on the website.
Overclockers have yet to announce prices and more news but we'll keep you updated when we know more.
Ebuyer is similar to Overclockers where it has yet to confirm how much or which models will be available for sale.
We'll keep you updated when we know more.
CCL Online has yet to list any 3080 Ti or 3070 Ti models at the time of writing or have confirmed when they will drop.
We'll keep you updated when they do and how much they cost.
Rtx 3080 scan
Overseas retailer Scan Computers made some waves with this week’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti launch. At a time where supply cannot even begin to meet demand, it didn’t price gouge the new GPU. This is a rare practice in recent times, as some retailers have increased prices over MSRP significantly. Scan has also committed to not taking pre-orders for the new GPU to avoid cancellations. It is also one of the few to have informed the public about incoming stock of GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards.
Rather than take pre-orders for unsecured stock, or inflating their prices to ludicrous degrees, Scan has made the bold decision to sell their RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards at MSRP. Yeah, that is what we have to consider a “bold” move these days… In a statement on their “Nvidia 30 Series status” page, Scan UK noted that “We feel it [is] unfair that people are selling the cards in marketplaces at unrealistic prices.”
Sources: SCAN UK, OC3D
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Scan UK slams rival retailers over inflated Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti pricing
While many hardware retailers are taking advantage of the GPU shortage to hike up prices for consumers, Scan UK has taken a stand against "unrealistic" RTX 30-series pricing.
As reported by Overclock3D, the UK retailer has hit out at rival retailers that are selling Nvidia RTX 30-series GPUs, including the new Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti, at inflated prices.
This has been a problem since Nvidia first introduced its RTX 30-series graphics card lineup. For example, the Nvidia RTX 3060, which has an MSRP of €329 (around $400 / £280 / AU$500), is available at a few stores starting at a whopping €999 (around $1,200 / £950 / AU$1,570) and even going as high as €1,122 (around $1,370 / £1,000 / AU$1,800).
Nvidia’s RTX 3080 is perhaps the worst affected by retailers’ price-gouging, so it's no surprise to see the RTX 3080 Ti following suit. While it’s supposed to sell for €719 (around $880 / £620 / AU$1,120), it’s being sold at some retailers for as much as €2,999 (around $3,600 / £2,600 / AU$4,700) - a huge 317% increase over the MRSP.
That won’t be the case if you buy an Nvidia GPU from Scan, however, as the online retailer has pledged than rather than taking pre-orders for unsecured stock, or inflating prices as a result of stock shortages, it will sell the Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards at MSRP.
In a statement on its "Nvidia 30 Series status" page, the it said: "We feel it [is] unfair that people are selling the cards in marketplaces at unrealistic prices."
That’s the good news. While the retailer is taking a bold stance against price-gouging, it’s warned that it expects stock of the RTX 3080 Ti to sell out “extremely quickly”
“We will not be in a position to take pre-orders due to the demand,” it said in a statement posted on Thursday.
“To avoid any ambiguity all products will be marked with ‘sold out accordingly. We will not be getting additional supplies for the remainder of the week.”
If you're looking to pick one up, check out our roundup of where has the Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti in stock.
Carly Page is a Freelance journalist, copywriter and editor specialising in Consumer/B2B technology. She has written for a range of titles including Computer Shopper, Expert Reviews, IT Pro, the Metro, PC Pro, TechRadar and Tes.
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