Where to Buy RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070, and RTX 3080 Gaming PCs (Updated)January 16, 2021
The new RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070, and RTX 3080 video cards that were released late last year have been extremely popular, and justifiably so. They offer substantial performance increases over the RTX 20XX video cards without any price bump. Unfortunately, that means that demand has been extraordinary. For those of you who prefer to build your own PC, it’s nigh impossible to score any of these cards at MSRP. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t score these cards at all. PC manufacturers have first dibs on RTX 30XX inventory and thus they’re able to sell prebuilt computers equipped with these video cards. Below are all the configs we’ve found that are orderable. Some ship out within the week while others require a wait time. Check them out below.
Dell and Alienware RTX 30XX Gaming PCs
Alienware gaming PCs are generally more expensive than most other brands, but you get what you pay for in terms of quality and customer support. Unlike most other vendors, Dell designs its own cases and cooling systems. Their desktops (especially the entire Alienware lineup) feature great build quality and brand-name components. Dell’s customer service is also considered one of the best in the business, especially if you opt for the higher tiered packages.
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HP RTX 30XX Gaming PCs
HP OMEN PCs offer high quality construction at a price that usually beats out most other competitors. Like Dell, HP designs their own chassis. The OMEN 30L and 25L gaming PCs are understated yet very well built. They’ve been around for a while and their customer service is reliable.
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RTX 30XX Gaming PCs Sold and Shipped by Amazon
These PCs are sold and shipped by Amazon, not a 3rd party marketplace vendor. Some of these configs show a 1-2 month estimate, although often times you’ll receive it much sooner than expected. That said, Amazon carries very low inventory for the rigs (in some cases less than 10 units) so expect them to sell out very, very quickly. There’s even an ASUS ROG config in here!
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Skytech RTX 30XX Gaming PCs
The Skytech brand isn’t that well known, but their prices and availability are what makes them stand out. You can potentially order an RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070, or RTX 3080 gaming PC from Amazon and receive it by the end of the month. Because Skytech sources its parts depending on what’s cheapest at the time, the brand and model of individual components can differ from system to system. This is a common practice among many boutique vendors and is what allows them to keep prices low. For a prospective buyer who is budget conscious, this is a great way to get a high-end system at a lower price.
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ABS RTX 30XX Gaming PCs
Much of what can be said about Skytech can be said about ABS. Whereas Amazon carries most of Skytech’s RTX 30XX inventory, Newegg is the premier purveyor of ABS computers.
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iBuyPower RTX 30XX Gaming PCs
iBuyPower is a boutique vendor that caters almost exclusively to the gamer. You can pick out one of the preconfigured options like the ones below, but their claim to fame is the almost unlimited amount of customizability. Of course, that freedom comes at a price. The options below ship faster than customized configs and are discounted as well.
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CyberPowerPC RTX 30XX Gaming PCs
CyberPowerPC is another boutique gaming PC vendor. The prices rival that of iBuyPowerPC, especially if you pick one of the preconfigured options.
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