It's safe to say that PC builders have had a tough time getting their hands on an NVIDIA RTX 3080, with stock for the graphics card being incredibly limited.
Both low production numbers from NVIDIA and the swell in Cryptocurrency miners mean that catching one of these cards is a real rarity.
Nevertheless, we're here to keep you updated with all the latest news and insight, which could give you the edge when it comes to bagging the high demand graphics card.
Here's all the latest RTX 3080 stocks news, and where you should be checking!
RTX 3080 Stock Updates
UPDATE 5 May: Currently, the best option to get your hands on an RTX 3080 is to enter into Newegg's Shuffle, as no retailers have come forward with any restocking date for the RTX 3080 graphics card.
UPDATE 4 May: Sadly, no retailer has stated that they'll be restocking the RTX 3080 anytime soon, but if you need to get this graphics card as soon as possible, buying from a third-party seller may be your only option.
These third-party sellers often sell the RTX 3080 graphics cards significantly higher than MSRP; the only other option would be the Newegg Shuffle.
UPDATE 30 April: We're still keeping an eye out for any new RTX 3080 stock updates, but no major retailers have come forward with any new announcements.
UPDATE 29 April:No major retailer has come out to state when the RTX 3080 will be in stock; for many, this has caused some to be discouraged when trying to plan out their next PC build.
Many are advising new PC gamers to buy a pre-built gaming PC from a reputable system integrator or wait to build their PC until the GPU shortage is resolved!
UPDATE 28 April: Currently, the best way to get an RTX 3080 graphics card is through Newegg's Shuffle and possibly EVGA's Elite membership.
The Newegg Shuffle is a raffle that has slowly been getting new graphics cards in the hands of gamers for the last few months. Sadly, no retailers have stated when they'll have more RTX 3080 graphics cards.
UPDATE 27 April: While many online retailers still have little-to-no stock of the RTX 3080. EVGA, a manufacturer of graphics cards, sought has created an Elite Membership that can get their graphics cards to gamers more efficiently, but at an additional cost.
If you're looking to become an Elite member through community involvement, you'll need to watch EVGA's Twitch live streams often enough to accumulate 5,000 E-points, or you'll need to post 100 times on the EVGA forum.
UPDATE 20 April: The best place to try and get your hands on an RTX 3080 may just be the Newegg shuffle. Which is a raffle that has been reliably getting RTX 3000 series graphics cards into the hands of gamers.
This raffle doesn't give you a discount but will give you a small window of time, roughly about two hours, to purchase the new graphics card at the MSRP price, rather than needing to buy it from a third-party seller or scalper.
The current shuffle features a few RTX 3080, although they come in a bundle (Usually with a motherboard or a power supply). Amazon, Walmart, and Best buy yet to release any information on their next RTX 3080 stock drops, but we'll be keeping an eye out.
Where To Buy RTX 3080?
Most major retailers don't have the RTX 3080 available unless the listings are through third-party sellers with a much higher than MSRP price.
This higher price has many PC builders looking at older graphics cards for their next build or needing to allocate substantially more of their PC budget to the graphics card.
Here are a few retailers worth taking a look at, both in the UK and US.