Black Friday graphics card deals 2022

Black Friday graphics card deals 2022
Ben Borthwick Updated on by

Get your games looking their best with the best GPU deals for your money this Black Friday.

Savvy shoppers will no doubt be hoping for some good deals on GPUs this year. After a couple of tough years thanks to stock supply issues, it seems the global supply shortage is finally coming to an end. The RTX 4090 has launched, and the RTX 4080 will have launched before Black Friday.

The upshot for us is that means there should be plenty of potential bargains up for grabs this Black Friday as retailers look to get rid of older stock.

Best Black Friday GPU deals US 2022

Black Friday is mere weeks away, meaning retailers are getting warmed up with their GPU deals. Here are some of the best GPU deals we’ve found so far this Black Friday.

  1. ZOTAC Twin Edge OC GeForce RTX 3060 12GB GDDR6 GPU – was $420 now $399
  2. ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3070 Ti OC Edition 8GB GDDR6X GPU – was $799 now $749
  3. ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3070 Tiu AMP Holo 8GB GDDR6X GPU – was $749 now $645
  4. GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC 12G GPU – was $1549 now $1249
  5. MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB GDRR6X – was $2269 now $1669

Best Black Friday graphics card deals UK 2022

We haven’t forgotten about you, UK reader which is why we’ve got a whole section dedicated to the best Black Friday deals for GPUs from the UK. We’ve included a number of NVIDIA’s top graphics cards ranging from RTX 3060 through to RTX 3090 Ti.

  1. MSI GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Gaming X 8GB GDDR6 – was £549 now £509
  2. EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 25GB GDDR6X – was £2369 now £1683
  3. EVGA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 8GB GDDR6X – was £876 now £799
  4. GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming OC 24GB GDDR6X – was £1772 now £1395
  5. GIGABYTE GeForce 3060 Gaming OC 12GB – was £436 now £423

Where to find the best GPU Black Friday deals?

Picking up a new GPU hasn’t been easy of late, but it’s been getting easier. If you want a good Black Friday deal on GPUs, the usual suspects have a lot to offer. Best Buy and Amazon are usually a first port of call.

The specialist retailers too, are worth checking out for their wider ranges: Overclockers, Newegg, Ebuyer and the like. The high street still has a few things to offer too for savvy shoppers – Currys will throw in a decent deal or two for those willing to look.

When will Black Friday graphics card deals start in 2022?

Traditionally Black Friday falls the Friday after Thanksgiving (November 25) with Cyber Monday close behind a few days later on Monday November 28.

However, retailers often start offering their sales and discounts anything up to a couple of weeks in advance to build up the excitement for the big day itself. Best keep us close to hand – we’ll update you on any spectacular deals we spot.

How to get the best Black Friday GPU deals in 2022?

Let’s be honest, most of us don’t have time to be scrolling through pages of items from hundreds of retailers. Luckily, that’s where we come in.

We’ve been hard at work digging diligently through the best deals we can find to pass the savings opportunities over to you. Check out our Deals hub for all our latest tips, and rest in the knowledge you can call yourself a savvy shopper.

Will there be RTX 40-series deals this Black Friday?

If you’re wondering about Black Friday RTX 4090 & RTX 4080 deals, you find specific discounts for them by heading over to their respective pages:

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It’s unlikely that we’ll see huge discounts for the RTX 4090 & 4080 due to their infantility in the graphics card world. That being said, their releases do invite discounts and deals on older graphics cards such as the RTX 3080 & 3080 Ti, and on other cards such as the AMD Radeon series:

Features to consider when looking for a Black Friday GPU deal

There’s a few things you’ll want to be aware of when going for a new GPU this Black Friday. They include – but aren’t necessarily limited to – memory/performance, space/form factor and benchmarking.

Let’s cover those three in more detail:


We won’t go too technical here, but generally speaking, having plenty of VRAM (video random access memory) is a good thing. It’s the part of the card that helps ease the strain between the GPU and the CPU.

A nice amount of VRAM will mean your card can process the information faster, with the upshot allowing you to run things at higher quality and at a higher resolution.

Space/Form Factor

First and foremost, you’ll want to make sure your new card fits in your PC. It’s all well and good having a monster – but a monster that won’t go in its kennel is just a fancy circuit board with lights.

Then you have to consider cooling – graphics cards often use a lot of power, which in turn generates a lot of heat. Make sure you’ve got enough space to provide adequate cooling, or your new purchase could burn out very quickly and literally.


It can be daunting with all the different models and types – but benchmarking should help you determine the wheat from the chaff.

Things like clock speed, number of cores, VRAM and more can all impact your graphics card’s performance in different ways; so be sure to do your research before you commit.

A good graphics card purchase could last you years, if you make a smart purchase.

Black Friday GPU FAQs

Are there any good GPU Deals on Black Friday on 2022?

Though it’s been a couple of rough years for the graphics card market, things do seem to have turned a corner with stocks coming back, and prices settling.

We’re hoping then that this Black Friday will be plentiful for good GPU deals. And with new cards from NVIDIA and AMD on the way, the older stock will surely come down in price to make way.

When is Black Friday 2022?

Black Friday this year falls on Friday, November 25 2022.

Will graphics cards stay in stock for Black Friday?

GPU stock levels are definitely the most stable we’ve seen for years, but then again the recent release of NVIDIA’s RTX 4090 will mean lots more people are looking for cheaper GPUs which could put pressure on supplies.

Black Friday Deals Pages

GPUs aren’t the only thing we’re keeping our eyes on when it comes to Black Friday deals this year. Check out our other Black Friday pages below: