Several of the listings for RTX 4090-equipped pre-built gaming PCs at US retailers we found earlier in the day have now gone live, and the PCs can be ordered now. While a few of them have sold out quickly, many of them are surprisingly still available and in stock.
If you’re having trouble finding a standalone RTX 4090 GPU, going with a pre-built system is a fantastic alternative. While they’re generally more expensive than what it would cost to buy PC parts separately and put a rig together yourself, you won’t have to worry about the hassle of building your PC and can get gaming as soon as the computer arrives at your doorstep.
Below, you’ll find a list of all the pre-built RTX 4090 gaming PCs still in stock at the time of writing, including some that will ship with Intel’s upcoming 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs. Get them before they’re gone! —Brendan Lowry
We’re well into the RTX 4090’s launch period now, and as a result, it’s getting harder and harder to find available stock of the beastly GPU. With that said, you shouldn’t give up, as many retailers are making their inventory available in incremental waves. Even if a storefront says it’s sold out or out of stock now, a fresh batch of cards could become available soon. Keep refreshing, and make sure that you have all of your payment and shipping information saved so you can checkout as fast as possible if you’re able to snag an RTX 4090 from a new wave.
Notably, the ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4090 Trinity OC variant of the card remains available for preorder at B&H at the time of writing. If you’ve yet to secure a GPU, this preorder opportunity might just be exactly what you need to seal the deal. —Brendan Lowry
Pair the RTX 4090 with these powerful PC parts, all on sale for Prime Day
The launch of the RTX 4090 is an incredibly exciting time for PC gamers all over the world, as the power of NVIDIA’s latest flagship GPU is unlike anything we’ve ever seen on the market. With that said, it’s also important to keep in mind that you need more than just a graphics card to put together a killer gaming rig.
Thankfully, plenty of excellent and powerful PC parts are on sale for the final 24 hours of Amazon Prime Day. Whether you’re in need of a new CPU, a large and spacious case, a high-capacity PSU, DDR5 RAM, or something else, there are deals available that will be perfect for you.
We’ve rounded up all the best Prime Day deals on powerful PC parts to pair with the RTX 4090 in a separate post, but you’ll find links to the individual deals in the list below as well. —Brendan Lowry, Windows Central Contributor
We’re now starting to see some pre-built desktop gaming PCs with RTX 4090 GPUs get listings at various US retailers. They’re also getting snapped up quickly, while others are still listed as “Coming Soon.” Neverthless, these pre-builts are worth keeping an eye on, especially if you’re not looking to upgrade an old PC or build something new.
- Best Buy – MSI Infinite RS – Core i9-13900KF, RTX 4090
- Best Buy – CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme – Ryzen 9 7950X, RTX 4090
- Newegg – Cobratype Levant Immortal – Core i9-11900F, RTX 4090
- Newegg – Cobratype Sharptail Legend – Core i7-12700F, RTX 4090
- Newegg – Cobratype Hydra Immortal – Ryzen 5 7600X, RTX 4090
- Newegg – Cobratype Wutu Legend – Ryzen 7 7700X, RTX 4090
- Newegg – Cobratype King Cobra – Core i9-12900KF, RTX 4090
- B&H – MSI Infinite RS – Core i7-13700KF, RTX 4090
- B&H – MSI Infinite RS – Core i9-13900KF, RTX 4090
- B&H – MSI MEG Trident X2 – Core i9-13900KF, RTX 4090
A bunch of US retailers have already sent out all of (or most of) their pre-orders, while others are still waiting to release everything they have. Here’s a look at what you can buy at the time of writing.
Those in the UK should check out ebuyer for a wide variety of RTX 4090 models. They’re currently listed as “Coming Soon,” but that’s expected to change as the day progresses. Here’s what ebuyer has to offer.
We’ve spotted a bunch of listings at B&H for those in the US! Most are still sitting at a “Notify when available” status, but some have swapped over to available preorder. Here’s a look at all B&H has to offer.
- 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 WINDFORCE – $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 VERTO EPIC-X – 1,600
- ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4090 AMP Extreme AIRO – $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 currently two retailers so far who have RTX 4090 stock available to buy:
Next up is Best Buy! Here are all the listings for the mighty RTX 4090:
Some are sold out already so act fast if you want to secure an RTX 4090!
The NVIDIA RTX 4090 is officially available right now! NVIDIA announced on Twitter the availability of the flagship RTX 40 graphics card. To kick things off, we’ve spotted countless live NVIDIA RTX 4090 graphics cards listings on Newegg:
So we’re expecting stock to come online in just under 90 minutes’ time now, but that’s still far from confirmed. Our advice though, if you’d be happy buying from any of the stores above, is get everything else ready.
Get yourself signed in, make sure your payment and delivery details are already entered on your account to make the transaction as quick and as smooth as possible if you’re able to get an RTX 4090 into your basket.
We’ve seen plenty of retailer sites struggle and crash during launch events like this, so the less time you have to spend entering information and loading new screens, the better. If you picked up a GPU or next-gen console in recent times, you may well be aware of what we’re talking about here.
That, or it’ll be easy because nobody can afford a damn $1600 GPU right now!
NVIDIA is launching the mighty GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card today and it’s quite literally larger than the Xbox Series S. The price could also be considered colossal, starting at an MSRP of $1,599, but so too is the performance with NVIDIA claiming this graphics card could be used for stable (and enjoyable) 8K gaming.
We’ve had some serious issues with the supply of graphics cards in recent years, but there should be better availability of this new flagship GPU from launch later today. Here, on this live blog, you’ll see contributions from Senior Editors Cale Hunt and Richard Edmonds, as well as other Windows Central staff, as we cover the launch.