AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT is sold out, but you can still buy one in a prebuilt PC

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What you need to know

  • The AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT is already sold out as a standalone card.
  • You can still purchase the RX 6900 XT in a prebuilt PC.
  • Prebuilt PCs with the RX 6900 XT inside start at $2,449.

The AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT sold out before most people had a chance to see it in stock, but that doesn't mean you can't grab one. The beastly GPU has sold out as a standalone card, but vendors that sell prebuilt PCs often have stock set aside of the latest and greatest PC parts. That's the case with the RX 6900 XT, which you can purchase inside several prebuilt PCs.

The RX 6900 is the last of AMD's 6000-series GPUs to ship. It has some incredible specs and comes in at $500 less than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090. In ten games tested, the RX 6900 XT outperformed the RTX 3090 in six of them. Even when outperformed by the RTX 3090, the RX 6900 XT was close.

Like most high-end GPUs that launch these days, the RX 6900 sold out pretty much instantly as a standalone card. If you're looking to buy one to place inside your PC build, you'll likely have to wait. We'll update our post on where to buy the latest RX 6000 series graphics cards to help you find one as a standalone card, but if you want one right now, you still have options.

Both CyberPowerPC and iBuyPower have prebuilt PCs with the RX 6900 XT inside for purchase. At the time of publication, they're the only vendors we've found to have RX 6900 XT builds available.

CyberPowerPC has a couple of prebuilt options, one with an Intel processor, and one with AMD processor. Those builds start at $2,449 and $2,645, respectively.

Similarly, iBuyPower has an Intel build, and an AMD build listed, though both of them state that they're available for preorder. These builds start at $2,849 and $3,099, respectively.

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