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Where to buy AMD RX 6800 graphics cards - stock updates for the new RX 6000 series

Where to buy an AMD RX Ryzen 6000 GPU
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Competition for the best graphics card is intense this year and finding where to buy AMD RX 6800 cards is already super tough. Most stock sold out as soon as it appeared online last week, but as we've seen with the Xbox Series X and PS5 stock situation, it's very much worth checking the below stores on a regular basis as you may well get lucky with temporary replenishments.  

The new cards are proving worthy contenders for anyone who has been waiting to upgrade their machines with a next-generation leap. AMD 6800XT and 6800 stock will be hard to find for the rest of the year, but don't give in to scalpers on eBay just yet.

With that in mind, you'll find AMD RX 6000 series links below that will take you straight to the retailers so you can get your hands on one. It's also worth checking out the pre-built market, with the likes of iBUYPOWER (opens in new tab) already offering builds centered around the 6800 cards - and with decent lead times too.

While you're waiting for stock, perhaps you might be interested in the latest Black Friday gaming PC deals or Black Friday gaming laptop deals. After more storage? We've got you covered with the latest Black Friday SSD deals.

Where to buy AMD RX 6000 cards: 6800 and 6800 XT

AMD RX 6000 retailer links

US - RX 6800 and RX 6800XT card links

Please note: As with all the hardware launches this year, the above links will get you in the right direction but traffic might cause them to stutter or fall over. Keep persevering, as there have been plenty of examples of people being successful when they don't expect it.

AMD RX 6000 GPUs

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November saw the release of the first two cards: the RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT. However, the card that really epitomizes Big Navi, the 6900XT, will release later, on December 8, 2020. Anyone who's been holding out to upgrade will find that this is the time to strike. For reference, the two cards out now will be the cheaper of the series with the 6800 cards starting around $579, and the 6800 XT going for around $649. In essence, these two are the direct competitors to the RTX 3070 and RTX 3090. 

However, what the previous launches have taught us is that, despite stock flying off virtual shelves as soon as it appears, links to retailers and products still occasionally work after the initial rush. As such, perseverance is vital and might see you pull off a coup when you least expect it. So, a page like this is always worth keeping in your armory. Or your bookmarks, at the least.

All the cards have 16GB of GDDR6 RAM, but the scale of compute units is where you can quickly tell the difference; the 6800 has 60 CUs, the 6800 XT has 72, and the 6900 XT has 80. What this all translates to is performance that'll go toe-to-toe with Nvidia's cards and offer excellently priced competitors that'll nicely round out the year's new graphics cards line up. 

No matter which one you intend to buy, we've rounded up AMD RX 6000 retailers below who are likely to be your best bets for stock. Just move fast. Much like the launch of the RTX 3080 prices, the RTX 3090 stock, and the RTX 3070 prices, stock will appear and disappear quickly. Be prepared to be ultra-fast in your F5-ing and equally so at checkout.

An update as we hit launch time: B & H Photo (opens in new tab) has confirmed they will not be accepting orders as they cannot guarantee any stock, nor do they know when it will be coming in. It really is 2020 hardware launches all over.

Away from direct links to retailers here, our price-finding tech is constantly scouring the internet for the latest prices, so here are some latest prices on graphics cards to whet the appetite.

If you're in the mood for re-evaluating your PC in line with the arrival of the AMD RX 6000 GPUs, then check out our takes on the best CPU for gaming you can get, not to mention the best RAM for gaming.

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