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Where to buy RTX 3090: the best prices on the 8K monster

RTX 3090
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Knowing where to buy RTX 3090 graphics cards is still as hard as ever - but it's not impossible; finding a true RTX 3090 price - just like the rest of the 30-series line - is elusive but stock does pop up every now and then.

As a result, it's still very much worth digging deep to find those rare listings - and even deals - in the right places. And if you're interested in taking a journey to search for RTX 3090 stock and one of the best graphics cards ever made (on sheer power, anyway), then this page is here to help.

RTX 3090 price

Featuring 24GB of GDDR6X memory that runs at 19.5Gbps with a boost clock of 1755MHz and 10496 CUDA cores, there's little surprise that this VR-ready and Ray Tracing-beast of a graphics card carries a staggering MSRP of $1,499 and RRP of £1,399 for its base model. 

We use no hyperbole when we say that the RTX 3090 graphics card is an absolute monolith in the making for any dream PC build. Just with that tetrahedral presence, this GPU has an aura entirely its own that makes it virtually otherworldly for so many of us - that's all thanks to the sheer insanity of the space-age specs powering it. 

RTX 3090

(Image credit: Nvidia)

Where to buy RTX 3090 - US

Where to buy RTX 3090 - UK


If you want to try your hand at picking up other GPUs from the 30-series line, we're here to help with the best prices on standalone cards as well as configurations found in gaming laptops and prebuilt tower. 

Graphics card stock
RTX 3060 prices | RTX 3060 Ti prices | RTX 3070 prices | RTX 3080 prices

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


If your rig is a little slow these days, keep it up to date with the best CPU for gaming and be sure that there's no signs of slowing down with the best RAM for gaming you can get. 

Aleksha McLoughlin

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.