Finding RTX 3060 stock is, arguably, the most difficult out of the lot due to its low cost point and high price-to-performance ratio. Because of this, it's become one of the most sought after cards since release.
That's an impressive metric to measure for sure, so it's no surprise that many would-be PC builders have sought after it since launch and continue to pine for it in their collections the world over.
- US RTX 3060 stock most likely at: Amazon | Newegg | Best Buy
- UK RTX 3060 stock most likely at: Amazon | Currys | Ebuyer | Box | CCL
Sadly, finding RTX 3060 stock is a little more complicated than it would otherwise be, were there not a global pandemic seriously comprising production on electronics; including the RTX 30-series graphics cards.
With this thought in mind, we'll tell it to you straight, you're highly unlikely to find RTX 3060 stock at its asking price from even the largest retailers. As a result, don't expect massive savings or bundle deals here, just having the cards for an acceptable price is deal enough in this context, we're saddened to report.
RTX 3060 price
We've thrown around words like 'budget' for a good reason; the RTX 3060 has an MSRP of $329 and an RRP of £300, meaning that its price-to-performance ratio is simply exemplary - in the unlikely event that you can find one for its retail price.
Where to buy RTX 3060 - US
Where to buy RTX 3060 - UK
Hope isn't lost completely for the rest of the RTX 30-series range; stock has been appearing sporadically throughout both the US and UK, but it could cost more than anticipated for the cards on their own.
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. We've got you covered for an audio upgrade too with our best PC headsets for gaming.