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Review: Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti is a powerhouse—but good luck finding it at $1,199 MSRP

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Nearly nine months ago, the RTX 3000 series of Nvidia graphics cards launched in a beleaguered world as a seeming ray of hope. The series' first two GPUs, the RTX 3080 and 3070, were nearly all things to all graphics hounds. Nvidia built these cards upon the proprietary successes of the RTX 2000 seriesand added sheer, every-API-imaginable rasterization power on top.

An "RTX"-optimized game ran great on the line's opening salvo of the RTX 3080, sure, but even without streamlined ray tracing or the impressive upsampling of DLSS, it tera'ed a lot of FLOPs. Talk about a fun potential purchase for nerds trapped in the house.

Even better, that power came along with more modest MSRPs compared to what we saw in the RTX 2000 series. As I wrote in September 2020:

RTX 3080's impact on the market will hopefully push the average GPU value proposition into reasonable territory. Its $699 price may not be your cup of tea, but if prices for everything beneath the RTX 3080 (and its sibling, the RTX 3070, slated to launch in October at $499) adjust according to the below benchmarks, that means a rock-solid 1080p or 1440p GPU may finally land within your budgetary reach.

...so, yeah. About that...

At the time, I was too busy running benchmarks to ask my crystal ball about an imminent future of exploding crypto values and diminishing chip and silicon supplies. The graphics card market went kablooie, and that left me holding the bag of a ridiculous claim about future GPU prices. Anyone who's been paying attention has witnessed many instant GPU sell-outs and staggering eBay listings.

Yet somehow, even though the series' existing cards are already difficult to track down, Nvidia's RTX 3000 series continues to expand—as seen in the recent announcement of two new models, the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti, which start at MSRPs of $1,199 and $599, respectively. (When fans asked you to make more graphics cards, Nvidia, I'm not sure this is what they meant.)

If you're surprised by that news, you're not alone. Last week, I learned about the new models via an unannounced knock at the door and an 11-pound box, packed with one of each new GPU as provided by Nvidia. This is the first time I can recall getting a graphics card sample from a supplier without an email letting me know that I should prep my front porch's netting to catch eager cryptomining package thieves.

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An asteroid-sized asterisk, as usual

Today, the embargo has lifted on reviews of the 3080 Ti. And as has become increasingly common at Ars, this review comes with an asterisk the size of an asteroid that will likely smash your hopes of buying this card in the near future. Nvidia didn't offer any briefings about company efforts to stabilize supply, nor did the company try to guarantee that actual humans will be able to buy the RTX 3080 Ti beginning tomorrow, June 3, "starting at" $1,199. It remains anyone's guess if, when, or how a mild-mannered tech enthusiast like yourself will get a fair shake in the current market.

Should a genuine opportunity to buy this card surface, I can say that the RTX 3080 Ti finishes what the RTX 3080 started, at least for this GPU generation. Its gains over the 3080 are interesting: They're substantial, yet they aren't necessarily worth another $400 in MSRP. But on a pure gaming basis, this week's new card renders the RTX 3090, and its $1,499 MSRP, absolutely moot.

Specs for the RTX 3080 Ti land closer to the 3090 than the 3080, with the biggest difference being a gulf in VRAM. This card has 2GB more than the 3080, yet a whopping 12GB less than the 3090. That's a big VRAM differential, yet between the spec table above and the performance results below, the 3080 Ti is clearly a better choice than the 3090 if high-res gaming is your GPU priority.

That makes sense, as the 3090 was a showcase VRAM card, perfect as either an entry-level option for high-end video editing or something to attach to an 8K display. If you don't fall into either of those camps, rest assured that the 3080 Ti is a better option for GPU overspending, especially when your system is tuned to rev games at 4K resolutions and solid frame rates with very few compromises. Meanwhile, if "only 12GB of GDDR6X VRAM" is a sentence that you might say out loud with a tear falling out of your video-processing tear duct, the RTX 3080 Ti likely won't charm you.

Identical build, with one notable difference

3DMark's testing suite, including the RT-intensive Port Royal benchmark, is a good starting point to make comparisons, although AMD's latest cards get bigger wins in certain use cases than these might imply. At the very least, they show the narrow gap between the 3080 Ti and the 3090.

Last year's RTX 3080 certainly isn't chopped liver. If you find anything between the 3080 and 3090 priced near MSRP and are eager to fill your favorite 4K display with as many pixels as possible, buy first and ask model-number questions later. Depending on your ideal use case, you may want to add AMD's RX 6800XT to that list of ideal high-end GPUs, as it still has significant victories in our battery of tests. But the newer 3080 Ti does face off remarkably well against every high-end option listed in this paragraph (especially if price for you is a wholly arbitrary concept; in this marketplace, that's sadly likely).

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I received the Nvidia-produced "Founders Edition" of the 3080 Ti, and its physical case and fan build look identical to the 3080 right down to its twin-fan build and "blow-through" cooling process. But one thing is definitely different this time around—the noise.

I've tested every RTX 3000-series Founders Edition up until this point, and most have done a tremendous job balancing heat, airflow, and fan speed to perform efficiently and quietly. These things rarely rev their fans to extremes. But the 3080 Ti's physical structure accommodates a more densely packed board of chips, with default power draw jumping from 320 W to 350 W. That means push has come to decibel shove in terms of keeping this GPU performant and cool.

To clarify, the 3080 Ti's decibel level does not exceed its non-Ti sibling. Rather, the 3080 Ti's gains come at the cost of the increased likelihood that its fans will rev up at default tunings, triggered by what appears to be an 81°C-ish threshold.

Average gains over 3080: 10-12%

For this review, my benchmarking tests compare the 3080 Ti against two of its nearest neighbors: the 3080 and AMD's RX 6800XT (MSRP: $649). I enlisted Ars' Senior Technology Editor Lee Hutchinson to chip in a few GPU-specific tests of the RTX 3090 FE, but these were on a different rig. As such, those RTX 3090 FE results only appear in selective tests.

Any weaker cards in my tables were tested on the same rig, which has an Intel i7-8700K CPU overclocked to 4.6 GHz, 32 GB of DDR4-3000 RAM, an 850 W power supply, and SSD storage. These tests were done in older reviews on older drivers, so their counts come with a mild margin-of-error warning.

The easy part of the review is confirming that the 3080 Ti outperforms the 3080 across the board. In rare cases, the gain over the 3080 is mild, with Gears 5 4K performance looking nearly identical between the two cards and lower gains when resolutions drop from 4K to 1440p (as is to be expected in less CPU-limited scenarios). But usually, the gains approach 10-12 percent.

Additionally, the 3080 Ti's beefy stats don't come at the cost of frame rate volatility. I've tracked most benchmarks with MSI Afterburner's "one percent lowest" frame rate count, and this time-intensive double-check answers a crucial question: whether the reported frame rate average comes with hidden frame time spikes. As the above stats show, this card holds up. (My testing rig's CPU is getting a bit long in the tooth, so your one percent stats using any of these GPUs may look even better than mine.)

Sours: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2021/06/nvidia-rtx-3080-ti-review-3090s-power-for-300-less-theoretically/

Where to buy RTX 3080 Ti: the best prices on the mighty refresh now

Knowing where to buy RTX 3080 Ti stock isn't really the problem, it's the prices that some retailers are charging due to demand which means that finding the video card for its MSRP is nearly impossible. 

RTX 3080 Ti price

This high-end GPU retails with an MSRP of $1,199 and an RRP of £1,049 making it one of the more expensive ways to get into 4K gaming, but the sheer force on display (10,240 CUDA cores and 12GB VRAM) that's of little surprise that there's a steep barrier to entry. 

On that subject, given that this card launched on June 3rd 2021, only a few months ago, it's highly unlikely that you'll be able to find it for its release price set by Nvidia, even from the trusted big name retailers. Worth mentioning that some GPU makers have modified the stock cards which can sometimes alter the asking price, too.

Where to buy RTX 3080 Ti

Where to buy RTX 3080 Ti - US

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From $1,199 (Check Amazon)
The cheapest price that the RTX 3080 Ti can currently be found for on the world's largest online retailer is $1,999. For context, you can currently get a SkyTech Prism II RTX 3080 Ti PC for $3,449.99. In our opinion, we would recommend prioritizing prebuilt systems instead of standalone GPUs as a better value-for-money. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From $1,199 (Check Best Buy)
Best Buy held a massive multi-state RTX 30 series restock event at participating stores across the country on October 1. It should be noted that RTX 3080 Ti GPUs were in a little more limited supply than some other video cards (with some stores carrying less than 15 copies in some instances). We think that Best Buy is one of the better stores to keep an eye on going forward. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From $1,199 (Check Newegg)
The cheapest RTX 3080 Ti GPU on Newegg right now will run you $1,883.65 for a Gigabyte gaming model. With that information in mind, we would personally recommend getting yourself a prebuilt system instead, such as the ABS Legend RTX 3080 Ti PC which currently retails for $2,799.99 for not much more than the standalone component. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From $1,199 (Check Walmart)
Walmart isn't really the best place to find RTX 3080 Ti deals right now, as the cheapest GPU available from the online retailer is $1,955.42. However, there's a whole host of RTX 3080 Ti PCs from $3,499.99 which we feel is a much better value overall.  View Deal

Where to buy RTX 3080 Ti - UK

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From £1,049 (Check Amazon)
The cheapest price that we've been able to find on the RTX 3080 TI GPU in the UK on Amazon is £1,449 - which isn't the most egregious markup we've seen but is understandably fairly high. If you have the extra money to spend, then it might be worth investing in. However, we think that the prebuilt route is definitely preferable, the CyberPowerPC Luxe, for example, retails for £2,414.40. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From £1,049 (Check Currys)
Currys is a little lighter on RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards than some other GPU models. Right now, you can pick up a Gigabyte Aorus Extreme Waterforce RTX 3080 Ti video card for £1,700 - which is one of the lower rates available online at the moment. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From £1,049 (Check EBuyer)
EBuyer is currently extremely light on RTX 3080 Ti stock of any kind, with the cheapest option available from the site retailing for £1,549.98 for an MSI-made video card. More encouragingly, however, is the 'coming soon' text which hovers over several listings, implying that possible RTX 3080 Ti restocks could be on the way. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti | From £1,049 (Check Overclockers UK)
At Overclockers, the cheapest going rate for an RTX 3080 Ti GPU is £1,589.99 for a Zotac Amp Holo RGB model. It's not currently yet known when or if an RTX 3080 Ti restock will appear at this particular online retailer, but we will update you if anything changes. View Deal


Looking to try your luck with other RTX 30-series GPUs or configurations built into gaming laptops and gaming PCs? This is your best shot at finding them: 

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Why settle for anything less than the best CPU for gaming on the market? Be sure to keep that speed flowing with the best RAM for gaming. And if you're burnt out on chasing components, take a look at our picks for the best gaming PC and best gaming laptops guides. 

If you're unsuccessful in finding the GPU today, you may have more luck in November when the Black Friday graphics card deals and Cyber Monday GPU deals begin. 

I’ve recently graduated with a BA Hons degree in Journalism after what feels like an eternity. In that time, roughly seven years, I’ve written for the likes of Expert Reviews and Tech Spark, with my passion for all things tech and gaming related leading me here as Hardware Editor of GamesRadar+. This past year alone I’ve helped produce a documentary series for the BBC, and been active in the field of music journalism through my escapades seen in No Clean Singing and Vinyl Chapters.

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Where to buy Nvidia RTX 3080: find stock here

When you want a computer with a ton of graphics muscle, you want the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. This graphics card has a stunning amount of power thanks to its combination of ample CUDA cores combined with plenty of Tensor and RT cores. It’s enough to drive games at 4K without suffering from abysmal framerates. Unfortunately, all this power drew way too much attention to the RTX 3080, especially from cryptominers, and has made it incredibly hard to find.

Even when retailers do get big restocks, the RTX 3080 can be scarce. That’s not to say it’s impossible to find, as we’ve seen a number of retailers with cards on hand. However, if you were hoping to get a model for anything close to the suggested retail price of the RTX 3080 Founders Edition cards, get ready for disappointment. We see options available from Newegg in the US, Scan and Ebuyer in the UK, and Mwave in Australia, but all of the options cost more than double the price of the Founders Edition card. 

Paying so much for the RTX 3080 makes it a much harder proposition, but pre-built gaming PCs provide an alternative option to buying the card alone. When you can buy an entire computer with an RTX 3080 inside for just a little bit more than sellers are charging for the card on its own, the value is clear. We’ll keep this page updated with any stock we can find, but for now, you’ll be looking at elevated prices. 

Nvidia RTX 3080 stock: try these retailers

If you want to try your luck at the more powerful card, we show you where to buy the RTX 3090 as well - but it looks like stock is just as scarce with that GPU as well at the moment.

The latest Nvidia RTX 3080 deals available now

We'll list all the latest Nvidia RTX 3080 stock below as soon as it's available. Keep returning to this page because we're going to see inventory come and go from retailers constantly. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 in the US

The RTX 3080 stock situation in the US remains tough, with many retailers unable to meet demand months after the GPU went on sale. Here's the RTX 3080 stock situation for the major retailers:

Nvidia RTX 3080 deals at Nvidia
Think going direct to the source, Nvidia itself, will get you an RTX 3080? While the company sells the founders edition of the RTX 3080 for $699, it's currently out of stock.
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Nvidia RTX 3080 deals at Amazon
Amazon's RTX 3080 page shows a variety of third party models from the likes of MSI and PNY, but most are 'Currently unavailable'. There are a few models in stock, but they are very over-priced, such as the Asus TUF RTX 3080 for $1,999. We'd recommend waiting.
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Sours: https://www.techradar.com/deals/where-to-buy-nvidia-rtx-3080-the-best-deals-and-prices-live-now
Things Just Went From Bad to WORSE

Nvidia is unveiling its latest flagship gaming GPU today, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. Based on Nvidia’s latest Ampere architecture, the RTX 3080 Ti will succeed the RTX 3080 and promises to deliver 1.5x more performance over the previous generation RTX 2080 Ti. Nvidia is making the RTX 3080 Ti available worldwide on June 3rd, priced from $1,199.

The RTX 3080 Ti looks very much like the RTX 3080, with an identical design and ports. The main difference is a jump in power and VRAM. The RTX 3080 Ti ships with more VRAM than the RTX 3080, with 12GB of GDDR6X in total. This new GPU is essentially as close as you can get to an RTX 3090 on paper, with half the VRAM. The $1,199 price matches the same pricing Nvidia used for the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition cards, and it’s $300 less than the giant RTX 3090.

RTX 3080 Ti specs

RTX 3090RTX 3080 TiRTX 3080
GPU clusters828068
CUDAs10496102408704
RTs828068
Tensor328320272
ROPs11211296
Boost clock1695MHz1665Mhz1710Mhz
Memory24GB G6X12GB G6X10GB G6X
Bus384-bit384-bit320-bit
Bandwidth936 GB/s912 GB/s760 GB/s
TDP350W350W320W
Price$1,499$1,199$699

You’re obviously losing out on an extra 12GB of VRAM if you opt for the RTX 3080 Ti over the 3090, and what will likely be a small improvement in performance for that $300 difference. But the RTX 3090 is giant because it has a far bigger cooler, and the RTX 3080 Ti has the same hardware design as the RTX 3080. That may prompt concerns around how hot the RTX 3080 Ti will run, but we’ll have to wait on reviews to find out if it’s really an issue.

Nvidia is also including its cryptocurrency nerf on the RTX 3080 Ti, much like new RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 cards. Nvidia offers a separate Cryptocurrency Mining Processor (CMP) for Ethereum miners instead. These cards include the best performance for mining and efficiency, but they’re not designed to handle games.

Elsewhere, the RTX 3080 Ti has the same power requirements as the RTX 3090. You’ll need a 750-watt power supply, and the card can draw up to 350 watts of power. That’s the same as the RTX 3090, but the RTX 3080 draws less at up to 320 watts. Just like the RTX 3080 before it, the 3080 Ti also uses Nvidia’s new 12-pin connector. Nvidia will include an adapter that’s compatible with eight-pin cables.

Nvidia is also launching a second GPU next week, the RTX 3070 Ti. The $599 RTX 3070 Ti will be available on June 10th, and is designed to offer 1.5x more performance over the previous RTX 2070 Super. It will include 8GB of GDDR6X memory.

Both new RTX cards will support all of Nvidia’s ray-tracing, DLSS, and Reflex technologies. More than 50 games now support Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), offering AI-powered performance boosts to games.

While both of Nvidia’s new GPUs will be available this month, actual availability and pricing is obviously going to differ. Everyone has had a hard time getting hold of new RTX 30-series GPUs since their launch last year, and a flagship RTX 3080 Ti and more affordable RTX 3070 Ti isn’t going to help improve that.

A global chip shortage has pushed GPU prices up, and demand is still incredibly high during ongoing supply constraints. Nvidia has already warned these supply issues will continue throughout 2021, so don’t expect to easily be able to get hold of an RTX 3080 Ti or RTX 3070 Ti any time soon.

Sours: https://www.theverge.com/2021/6/1/22461660/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3080-ti-specs-price-release-date-features

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 price, restock, specs and more

Its been over a year since the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 made its debut, and the $699 is as desirable as ever, So much so that finding where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 is almost an exercise in futility. 

However, our own Tony Polanco manged to get an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti without waiting months, the more powerful sibling to the GeForce RTX 3080, and you can too if you're willing to follow his lead. 

In the meantime, we've a rundown of the core information to give you all the important things you need to know about the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. 

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 price and restocks

Available now, but very short on stock, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 starts at $699. The higher-end RTX 3090 starts at $1,499, while the RTX 3070 costs $499. 

That price is notably cheaper than its predecessor, the GeForce RTX 2080, but only at MSRP. Currently, a lot of the GeForce RTX 3080 cards that are available to buy are prices well above the recommended retail price . 

This lack of GeForce RTX 30-series cards could pave the way for Intel's Arc graphics, starting with its Alchemist graphics cards slated for early 2022. As it stands, Intel’s first Alchemist graphics card could battle Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 and potentially steal some of Nvidia's gaming customers. But we'll have to wait and see on that side of things. 

We hope this overall graphics card shortage will change as 2021 gives way to 2022, but we're not expecting the dire stock situation to change any time soon. Take a look below for any potential GeForce RTX 3080 deals that may have popped up. 

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 specs

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070
Starting Price$1,499$699$499
Nvidia CUDA Cores10,4968,7045,888
Boost Clock (GHz)1.701.711.73
Standard Memory Config24GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X8GB GDDR6
Memory Interface Width384-bit320-bit256-bit
Maximum Resolution7680x43207680x43207680x4320
PortsHDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a (3x)HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a (3x)HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a (3x)

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 packs 30 shader-teraflops (TFLOPS), 58 ray-tracing TFLops and 239 Tensor-TFLOPS. You'll also get 10GB of G6X graphics RAM, which Nvidia says is the fastest you'll find in a GPU.

If that all sounds like a second language to you, know that the RTX 3080 promises to deliver twice the performance as the RTX 2080. And if you're upgrading from an older card such as the RTX 980 Ti, you can look forward to performance gains as high as five times as what your current card is outputting. The RTX 3080 offers consistent 4K gaming at 60 frames per second, similar to the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

The RTX 3080 features what Nvidia calls the "world's fastest graphics memory," with GDDR6X VRAM that can perform at a whopping 760 GB/s. There's also new dedicated ray-tracing hardware for even more immersive lighting and shadows in your favorite PC games.

The RTX 3080 also introduces a new thermal-optimized design that promises 55% more airflow, 30% more efficiency, and the ability to be up to three times quieter during heating gaming sessions.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 performance

Nvidia has claimed the GeForce RTX 3080 is up to twice as fast as the GeForce RTX 2080 it replaces and how it will stomp the RTX 2080 Ti. It's a bold claim indeed. 

Nvidia pitted the RTX 3080 against the RTX 2080 Ti when running Doom Eternal at 4K on Ultra settings. The RTX 3080 is some 50 percent faster than the last top-end Nvidia graphics card, delivering frame rates well above 100fps. And that's likely before a lot of optimization has been done. 

Our sibling publication Tom's Hardware put the GeForce RTX 3080 to the test and declared that it delivered a "generational leap in performance." And true to its claims, the RTX 3080 offers significant gains in performance over the RTX 2080 Ti. 

"The bottom line, if you don't mind spoilers, is that the RTX 3080 FE is 33% faster than the RTX 2080 Ti, on average. Or, if you prefer other points of comparison, it's 57% faster than the RTX 2080 Super, 69% faster than the RTX 2080 FE — heck, it's even 26% faster than the Titan RTX!" Jarred Walton said in his review. 

"But there's a catch: We measured all of those 'percent faster' results across our test suite running at 4K ultra settings. The lead narrows if you drop down to 1440p, and it decreases even more at 1080p. It's still 42% faster than a 2080 FE at 1080p ultra, but this is very much a card made for higher resolutions." 

Suffice to say, the GeForce RT 3080 is one impressive graphics card, though you'll need an equally impressive overall PC to get the most out of it. 

Sours: https://www.tomsguide.com/news/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3080-revealed-release-date-price-specs-and-pre-order
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Where to buy RTX 3080: how to get the best prices now

Knowing where to buy RTX 3080 graphics cards is the easy part, securing them for your rig at their respective MSRPs, however, that's nearly impossible even a full year after the GPU's original September 2020 launch date. 

Due to the elusive nature of RTX 3080 graphics cards, there won't be any 'deals' to speak of, and this is due to the fact that just finding the GPU for its actual retail price through an endless sea of scalped/inflated rates is the best deal that we can really hope for. 

As PC builders and gamers ourselves, we know that putting the rig together yourself is the optimal way for many of us, but turning your attention to RTX 3080 PCs and RTX 3080 laptops might be the best way to beat the resellers, at least for right now in our honest opinion. 

RTX 3080 price 

Cutting through the confusion, it's worth reiterating that the Nvidia RTX 3080 carries an MSRP of $699 and RRP of £649 respectively. That's, unfortunately, the going rate in an ideal world, though - sadly - that's just not reflective of the current market for PC gaming tech. When online retailers have stock of these cards, it's always above the MSRP/RPP the vast majority of the time; at least right now. 

As stated above, the best way to get the best deal on RTX 3080 graphics cards is to get one as part of a gaming laptop or desktop configuration, as often times the cards on their own can rival the cost of an entire system. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 

As stated above, it's currently still really challenging to get a hold of this incredibly elusive graphics card, but these are the most popular online retailers that are most likely to have RTX 3080 stock soon. Keep in mind, this page is updated often, so when stock becomes available for a more reasonable asking price, we'll hook you up with the best deals we can find. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 - US

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Amazon)
We won't mince words, the current stock available from the world's largest online retailer is exorbitant, to say the least, with RTX 3080 GPUs selling for over $1,800 in some instances! At this point in time, considering you could buy an entire rig for that amount of money, it just isn't worth splashing out extra on for a single component. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Best Buy)
Best Buy had an RTX 30 series restock event on October 1 which saw the RTX 3080 - along with other RTX 30 series GPUs - go on sale for their respective MSRPs. We saw similar restocks happen back in August, so we strongly urge those of you looking for the video card to check Best Buy frequently for when/if it happens again. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Newegg)
The cheapest price that you can currently expect on an RTX 3080 GPU from Newegg is far in excess of the original MSRP. With this fact considered, we would strongly recommend the alternative of buying an entire prebuilt system rocking the video card instead, such as the ABS Gladiator RTX 3080 PC for $2,499.99, especially when some standalone graphics card models are more expensive than the entire system!  View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Walmart)
You'll need to be careful when scrolling through the virtual shopping aisles on this digital storefront as what RTX 3080 stock is available is quite expensive. So we would advise purchasing a prebuilt rig instead, such as the MSI Aegis RS RTX 3080 PC for $2,356.99. View Deal

Where to buy RTX 3080 - UK

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Amazon)
Amazon, being the world's largest online retailer, is likely to be one of the first places to have an RTX 3080 restock event, should one happen. At the time of writing, the cheapest price on the standalone GPU listed is £1,287.55. We personally believe that ready-to-go gaming PCs like the Vibox VII-17 for £1,959.95 are a much better value-for-money proposal at the moment. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Currys)
Currys has RTX 3080 GPU stock available for the first time in quite a while, however, what video cards are available are quite pricey. At the moment, a Gigabyte Aorus Extreme V2 will cost you £1,400. We recommend waiting for a restock at RRP, but the option is there for those who want the card sooner rather than later. View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Ebuyer)
Ebuyer doesn't currently have any standalone RTX 3080 GPUs for sale right now, but you can pick up an Alphasync RTX 3080 gaming PC for £2,099.98 (reduced from £2,300). We personally think the prebuilt route is the better proposition at the moment.  View Deal

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Box)
The cheapest that you can currently pick up a standalone RTX 3080 GPU from Box is £1,599.99. With that said, considering that certain gaming laptops, such as the Lenovo Legion 7 RTX 3080 laptop, are retailing for £1,999.97, we personally advise taking the portable route for much better value for money at the moment.
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If you've wanted to try your chances at a different graphics card in the RTX 30-series, be it standalone or as part of a laptop/desktop configuration, then these helpful guides are the best places to point you in the right direction. 

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If you're in the mood for re-evaluating your PC in line with the arrival of the 30-series cards, then check out our takes on the best CPU for gaming you can get, not to mention the best RAM for gaming.

If you're unsuccessful in finding the GPU today, you may have more luck in November when the Black Friday graphics card deals and Cyber Monday GPU deals begin. 

I’ve recently graduated with a BA Hons degree in Journalism after what feels like an eternity. In that time, roughly seven years, I’ve written for the likes of Expert Reviews and Tech Spark, with my passion for all things tech and gaming related leading me here as Hardware Editor of GamesRadar+. This past year alone I’ve helped produce a documentary series for the BBC, and been active in the field of music journalism through my escapades seen in No Clean Singing and Vinyl Chapters.

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