RX 6700 XT prices - here's where to try and find RX 6700 stock right now

AMD RX 6700 XT
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Finding the best AMD RX 6700XT price is now the task for many graphics card shoppers. After last week's release, the card rounds out the bottom end of AMD's new range, offering good next-gen with AMD's RDNA 2 architecture performance for a very promising sub-$500 price tag. However, the launch was much like other hardware releases of recent months: a fast, bitter fight that left a lot of folks who wanted a new card, without one. Availability came and went in the blink of an eye, but we have heard of folks having success after the release of the cards - keep trying your luck at the following retailers, and you may well find yourself trying at a time when a few more get released or some previously made orders are canceled andrelisted. Good luck!

Retailer links

RX 6700 XT prices: retailer list


The RX 6700 XT's balance of performance, next-gen capabilities, RDNA 2 architecture, and a sub-$500 price tag means everyone and their mother is going to be trying to buy AMD RX 6700 XT stock today, so the links above to retailers and individual cards  - when they appear - are going to be excellent ports of call. We'd love to guarantee success in your search for the latest RX 6700 XT prices and stock but we've all seen this movie before. Bookmark, sign in, and camp so you have the best chance.

Just to remind you, the RX 6700 XT comes in at the 'lower' end of the spectrum from Team Red. However, it'll still house the latest AMD RDNA 2 architecture and features, meaning it's very likely to threaten best graphics card lists up and down the internet. If you're after a card that'll serve you at the sweet spot of 1440p gaming and offer a superb companion to a fast-refreshing contender for the best gaming monitors, then this is going to be a good call. In the shape of raw specs, we're looking at 12GB of GDDR6 memory, 40 compute units, 2,560 cores, and a boost clock of 2,424 MHz. This puts the RX 6700 XT up against the RTX 3060 Ti and RTX 3070 cards, or thereabouts. 

The card's affordability is also likely to see a great uptake in the pre-built best gaming PC market as manufacturers make increasingly attractive and competent 'budget' models with the more reasonably priced components.

AMD RX 6700 XT

(Image credit: AMD)

Other AMD graphics cards

If you're hunting down the best places to buy the previously-announced models, then these are the links you're looking for.

US AMD RX 6000 GPU retailers
Best Buy (opens in new tab) | Newegg (opens in new tab)Amazon (opens in new tab) | Micro Center | Walmart (opens in new tab) | Adorama (opens in new tab) | B&H Photo (opens in new tab)

UK AMD RX 6000 GPU retailers
Amazon UK (opens in new tab) | Overclockers UK (opens in new tab) | Ebuyer (opens in new tab) | Box (opens in new tab) | Novatech (opens in new tab)

Canada AMD RX 6000 GPU retailers
Best Buy (opens in new tab) | Amazon CA (opens in new tab)


Nvidia graphics cards

RTX 30-series graphics cards

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If you fancy trying to find one of the latest graphics cards from the green team - or a machine powered by one - then these pages are going to be of interest:

Graphics card stock
Buy RTX 3060 | Buy RTX 3060 Ti | Buy RTX 3070 | Buy RTX 3080 | Buy RTX 3090

Laptop deals and stock
RTX 3060 laptop deals | RTX 3070 laptop | RTX 3080 laptop

PC deals and stock
RTX 3060 PC | RTX 3070 PC | RTX 3080 PC | RTX 3090 PC

And if you're looking for the latest prices and deals on any graphics card then these are the current best prices for GPUs - of any stripe, power or age - near you right now. 


If you're in the mood for re-evaluating your PC in line with the arrival of the AMD RX 6700 XT GPU, 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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