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RTX 30 Series Stock Checker

Geforce RTX 30 Series

Launched September 2020, the RTX 30 series is the most recent selection of Geforce graphics cards, built on Nvidia's Ampere RTX architecture.
Cards range from the RTX 3060 - RTX 3090.

RTX 20 Series Stock Checker

Geforce RTX 20 Series

Released September 2018, the RTX 20 series was the first generation of cards to be equipped with ray-tracing hardware. Production of 20 series cards has now been discontinued.
Cards range from the RTX 2060 - RTX 2080 Ti.

GTX 10 and 16 Series Stock Checker

Geforce GTX 16 and 10 Series

The GTX 10 series was launched in May 2016, and has provded the benchmark for both entry level and high end GPU's ever since. The 16 series builds and improves upon select cards from within the 10 series.
Cards from the GTX 1050 TI - GTX 1660 Super.


The crème de la crème of Nvidia's RTX 30 series. Quite simply offers an unbeatable gaming experience.

The second most powerful 30 series card. Capable of delivering satin smooth frame rates at resolutions of up to 8k.

The flagship card of the RTX 30 series, offering staggering performance at an affordable price.

The 3070 Ti is a powerful graphics card, ideal for playing games at the highest graphical settings in 1440p. 

The 3070 gives users the power to run even the most graphically demanding games at buttery smooth frame rates.

This GPU offers itself as a worthy upgrade to most 10 and 20 series cards at incredible value.

Don't be fooled by the entry level tag associated with this card. The 3060 will still be able to offer a fantastic experience on your favourite games.


Built for speed and realism, the 2080 Ti was used by Nvidia to showcase the pinnacle of its RTX 20 series' ray tracing capabilities.

Take the already outstanding RTX 2080, add faster memory, more cores and higher clocks and you've got the 2080 super.

The 2070 Super builds on the superfast GPU of the 2070, with faster clocks and more cores. Regarded as a worthy upgrade to most high-end 10 series cards.

The RTX 2060 Super features 2176 cores and 8GB of GDDR6 memory. A powerful graphics card that can comfortably run games at 1440p.

It shows how far the GPU market has come, by the fact that a card like the 2060 is considered entry level. A cheaper option that is capable of running most games smoothly.


The GTX 1660 super is up to 1.5x faster than the previous generation 1060 6GB, and can deliver up to 20% more raw performance than the GTX 1660.

Capable of rivalling powerful GPU's such as the GTX 1070, the 1660 represents an affordable, and widely available option for many looking to upgrade previous gen systems.

The GTX 1650 is up to 2x faster than the previous generation GTX 1050, and offers up to a staggering 50% more performance than the original 1650.

The 1650 represents a reliable option for gaming in 1080p, as it provides a substantial performance poost on the previous generation GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti.

The iconic 1080 Ti has been a mainstay in the graphics card market. To this day it is still able to rival its successors with its price to performance.

The 1070 Ti performs on par with the GTX 1080, and as such it still remains an affordable option for those looking for what would now be considered a mid-entry level card.

The 1050 Ti has been a very popular card since its release in 2016, mainly because of its affordability and performance. There are still refurbished cards being produced that remain competitive in todays market.