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NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti sold out? You can still buy one in a pre-built gaming PC.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 review
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 review (Image credit: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • The NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti launched today and immediately sold out.
  • You can still purchase an RTX 3070 Ti inside a pre-built PC.
  • Pre-built PCs with the RTX 3070 Ti inside start at $2,329.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti was only unveiled at the beginning of this month, but it's already available for purchase. Unfortunately, like all of the best graphics cards that launch these days, the RTX 3070 Ti sold out immediately. While you can't purchase an RTX 3070 Ti on its own right now, you can still purchase it in a pre-built PC.

Makers of pre-built PCs, such as CyperPowerPC, often get separate stock of high-end graphics cards to put in their PCs. There are several options available right now, including configurations with AMD or Intel processors.

The RTX 3070 Ti has double the raw performance of the GTX 1070 Ti and is 1.5 times as fast as the RTX 2070 Super. Since it's an RTX card, it supports RTX features, such as ray tracing and DLSS.

CategoryRTX 3080 TiRTX 3080RTX 3070 TiRTX 3070
GPUGA102-225GA102-200GA-104-400GA104-300
Memory12GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X8GB GDDR6X8GB GDDR6
Bus384-bit320-bit256-bit256-bit
CUDA cores10,2408,7046,1445,888
RT cores80684846
Tensor cores320272192184
ROPs112969696
TDP350W320W290W220W
Power connector12-pin12-pin12-pin12-pin
List price$1,199$699$599$499

Pre-built PCs with the RTX 3070 Ti start at $2,329 for the GAMER INFINITY 8800 PRO with an Intel Core i7-11700KF processor. If you prefer an AMD processor, the GAMER MASTER 9000 with a Ryzen 5900X CPU starts at $2,335.

If you want to try your luck on getting a standalone RTX 3070 Ti instead, check out our guide on where to buy NVIDIA RTX 30-series graphics cards.

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1 Comment
  • Buying a pre-built to get hold of a GPU when a person has a perfectly fine rig is I'm sorry to say extremely ludicrous and asinine. It only makes sense if some one wanted to build a PC to upgrade from an extremely old PC but can't get hold of a GPU and can't hold out anymore or they need one asap for work / studying etc.