RTX 3050 has launched and is available at all major retailers. We’re not sure as of yet as to how many units are available in both the US and UK, though, it’s looking like it will be just as limited with RTX 3050 stock as the rest of the RTX 30 series. If you’ve had your heart set on the newest Ampere GPU today, then you’ll have to act quickly. Below you can find specific models that are on sale in both countries, but they will not be around for long.
The Newegg Shuffle is currently live featuring partner cards from MSI, Zotac, Asus, and more with RTX 3050 cards starting from $249.99 MSRP, though, you must be signed in to enter. Various partner card websites are putting people through queues to access the RTX 3050 stock drops at retailers at the moment, including EVGA’s official page.
We’ll be updating this page often to give you the best chances of finding RTX 3050 stock where you are, so be sure to come back for the latest RTX 3050 model listings and availability options from all major outlets. We can’t stress enough how brief the time window is going to be, so act quickly if you’ve had your eye on the GPU that’s right for you.
RTX 3050 price
The RTX 3050 carries a starting MSRP of $249 / £239, however, as there will be no Founders Edition version, the actual retail rates will largely be dictated by Nvidia’s partners. While we’re expecting some partner cards to sell at this rate, we also wouldn’t be surprised to see higher-end option options coming in at close to double today, as well.
If you’re after one of the best graphics cards for gaming on a strict budget, then the RTX 3050 should fill that role well. If you’re after this hardware in a portable configuration, then we recommend checking out the best RTX 3050 laptop deals once the RTX 3050 launch frenzy has quietened down.
Where to find RTX 3050 stock
Where to buy RTX 3050 – US
Where to buy RTX 3050 – 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.
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