We found several listings on B&H for people in the US! Most are still sitting in “Notify When Available” status, but some have switched to available pre-order. Check out all the features B&H has to offer here.
- ASUS GeForce RTX 4090 ROG Strix OC – $2,000
- ASUS GeForce RTX 4090 TUF Gaming OC – $1,800
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming OC – $1,700
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4090 Windows – $1,599
- MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming Trio – $1,600
- MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio – $1,650
- MSI GeForce RTX 4090 SUPRIM LIQUID X – $1,750
- MSI GeForce RTX 4090 SUPRIM X – $1,700
- PNY GeForce RTX 4090 XLR8 Gaming Green Epic-X – 1,6
- ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4090 AMP Extreme AIR – $1,700
- ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4090 Trinity – $1,600
- ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4090 Trinity OC – $1,650
If you’re in the UK, there are two retailers currently stocking the RTX 4090:
Next up is Best Buy! Here are all the listings for the mighty RTX 4090:
Some are already sold out, so act fast if you want to secure an RTX 4090!
The NVIDIA RTX 4090 is now officially available! Nvidia announced on Twitter Availability of the flagship RTX 40 graphics card. To kick things off, we’ve found countless direct NVIDIA RTX 4090 graphics card listings on Newegg:
So now we expect the stock to come online within 90 minutes but it is not confirmed yet. Our advice is if you are happy to buy from any of the above stores, get everything ready.
If you can get the RTX 4090, make sure your payment and delivery details are already entered into your account to make the transaction quick and easy.
We’ve seen plenty of retailer sites struggle and crash during launch events like this, so the less time you spend entering information and loading new screens, the better. If you’ve picked up a GPU or a next-gen console in recent times, you’re probably familiar with what we’re talking about here.
Either that or it would be easy because nobody can afford a $1600 GPU right now!
Nvidia today introduces the mighty GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card. Bigger than the Xbox Series. The price, which starts at $1,599 MSRP, may also be considered steep, but NVIDIA’s performance suggests this graphics card can be used for stable (and enjoyable) 8K gaming.
We’ve had some serious issues with graphics cards in recent years, but this new flagship GPU gets even better since its late launch. Here, in this live blog, you’ll find contributions from senior editors Gale Hunt and Richard Edmonds and other Windows Central staff as we cover the release.