RTX 3070 stock continues to be just as evasive from the hands of many would-be PC builders now as when it launched a full year ago.
Unfortunately, this trend shows little to no signs of bucking, with restocks at MSRP/RRP still up in the air from many of the major players of the online retail world.
- US RTX 3070 stock most likely at: Amazon | Best Buy | Newegg | Walmart
- UK RTX 3070 stock most likely at: Amazon | Overclockers UK | Currys | Ebuyer | Box
It's a familiar story for those also hunting down members of the RTX 30-series family such as the RTX 3060 Ti and RTX 3080 yet, unfortunately, the best case scenario to get your hands on this particular GPU is to go for an RTX 3070 PC or RTX 3070 laptop as opposed to splashing out on unnecessarily when the RTX 3070 price becomes overly inflated after the fact.
RTX 3070 price
Nvidia RTX 3070 launched with an MSRP of $599 and an RRP of £529. It offers very capable performance for its price tag, with its 5,888 CUDA cores and 8GB VRAM clocked at 1.73GHz. There's little mistake that it's an extremely powerful GPU for Full HD, 1440p and 4K with little to no compromises - hence why its been so heavily sought after.
Unfortunately, you are unlikely to find the RTX 3070 for its asking price even a year after release; keep that in mind when weighing up your options as far as getting the standalone card goes, and only buy from trusted, reputable brands if you are going to invest in one at a little extra than anticipated.
Where to buy RTX 3070
Where to buy RTX 3070 - US
Where to buy RTX 3070 - UK
If you've wanted to try your hand at picking up some other cards in the RTX 30-series line, this is the best way to do it, with prices and availability on the individual cards as well as laptop and desktop configurations available, too.
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.