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Where to buy RTX 3070 Ti graphics cards - these stores are your best chance

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Knowing where to buy RTX 3070 Ti graphics cards is now the latest in the entry of the game of trying to find PC hardware in 2021. The card's launch yesterday was just like the others: quick, luck-filled, but mainly barren-feeling. 

But as we've seen before, the days after launch can reveal more stock - perhaps from canceled orders from launch day being relisted, or just from plain luck. Either way, we're here for you and have gathered up all the stock links and retailers' hot links we can find on both sides of the Atlantic to help you get a new card. Below are some quick links for both US and UK readers who are trying to find the card at their favorite retailers, and below those we've got some direct-to-card links that should get you to actual hits - be quick, be persistent, and good luck!

As a word of warning, these pages will likely hang around well later launch; you might see 'sold out' or 'price TBC' messages or listings regularly but these are still worth a try as folks have been known to just get plain lucky. Be it 'out of stock' or 'TBC price' listings, you may as well keep trying and try it out.

Where to buy RTX 3070 Ti cards - check these retailers

US Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti retailers

UK Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti retailers

  • Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti: check stock at Amazon UK
  • Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti: check stock at Ebuyer
  • Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti: check stock at Overlockers UK
  • Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti: check stock at Currys
  • Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti: check stock at Box
  • Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti: check stock at Novatech

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Where to buy RTX 3070 Ti in the USA

Where to buy RTX 3070 Ti in the UK

UK Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti - Pre-built PCs for pre-order

AlphaSync RTX 3070 Ti pre-built PC | Intel CPU | £2,049.99 at ebuyer
If you want your new RTX 3070 Ti to be in the guts of a quality pre-built PC instead of DIY-ing it then this - and the below - is a fine gaming PC to go for. Also offering a dual 500GB SSD and 2TB HDD storage combo, and 16GB of RAM, along with an intel i7-10700K CPU, this is a quality config.View Deal

AlphaSync RTX 3070 Ti pre-built PC | Ryzen CPU | £2,099.99 at ebuyer
Changing to an AMD-centred build with that Ryzen CPU, this RTX 3070 Ti PC comes in a little dearer, but will offer the power, performance, and ability to match that. A quality looking PC build, and a neat way to get a 3070 Ti card in your life.View Deal

The latest Ti card, and newest card of any strip, to join the 30-series family, the RTX 3070 Ti gets upgraded RAM and a boost in performance over its namesake-brethren and is going to be hot stuff.

The RTX 3070 Ti will come in at a tantalizing MSRP of $599 / £529, making it one of the most desirable cards in the range - though, as expected, only a handful of actual cards and listings stuck to this price, with many nearing double it straight away at launch o'clock. As a result of this MSRP price, anyway, the RTX 3070 Ti may well leave a slightly sour taste in the mouth of anyone who managed to buy an RTX 3070 or even 3080 in the last six months or so.

As a refresher, the RTX 3070 Ti receives a boost in its very core, so to speak, with its VRAM being compromised of the new GDDR6X RAM, and there being 8GB of the stuff. This results in the Ti having 6,144 CUDA cores, a neat increase on the regular 3070's 5,888 cores. In terms of generation-on-generation performance measures, the RTX 3070 Ti will offer 1.5x that of the RTX 2070 Super, and it's going to be an ideal candidate for those looking to nail 1440p gaming, and maybe bridging to 4K.

The RTX 3070 has been the most popular 30-series card according to Nvidia, and that's no surprise as we really like its positioning in the range. The 3070 Ti, however, means that it has taken the biscuit in terms of attractiveness, for us, and is likely to make a charge up the internet's best graphics card lists.

Best Buy
The big online and bricks-and-mortar retailer has been one of the most reliable stockers - or at least, listers - of the newest cards regularly throughout these trying times. They should be at the top of your pile for bookmarking and camping.
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The online mega-retailer has managed to stock everything under the sun but has been somewhat quiet on the RTX cards front. But, you never know, and it's definitely worth a try and always worth trying and having open in case stock pops. The retailer is known to do it with random PS5 stock or Xbox Series X stock drops, so why not for graphics cards?
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The stalwart PC components seller will definitely have RTX 3070 Ti listings as it has done for every other card thus far. Whether you can buy them is another thing, of course, but the listings should be live, examinable, and thus worth a pop.
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Like Amazon, this big retailer has been a little quiet on the graphics card stock too, but, like Amazon, it's always worth having open and searching within.
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RTX 3070 Ti retailer list

And if you're interested in seeing what the latest stock situation is with the other Team Green graphics cards - and machines powered by them - then these pages are going to be of interest:

Graphics card stock
RTX 3060 prices | RTX 3060 Ti prices | RTX 3070 prices | RTX 3080 prices | Where to buy RTX 3080 Ti | RTX 3090 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

And if you're on the hunt for the cheapest graphics cards going right now, no matter their 'colour' or spec, then our self-populating deal finder below will show you the cheapest and best prices going no matter where you are.

Remember that if you fancy re-speccing your PC to complement a new graphics card then check out our takes on the best CPU for gaming you can get, not to mention the best RAM for gaming.

Or if you're getting weary of the chase for components, take a look at our best gaming PC and best gaming laptops guides for a great pre-built option.

I'm one of the Hardware Editors for GamesRadar+, and have been for nearly three years; before that I was a freelance games writer for years too for the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. Day to day, I take care of a whole host of gaming tech reviews, buying guides, and news and deals content that pops up across GamesRadar+. I'm also a qualified landscape and garden designer so do that in my spare time, and use it to write about games' landscapes and environments too, including an upcoming book on the topic!