I'm hoping with Bitcoin's drop to below 19K, a lot of people are going to give up on it. I'm sure there will be some, but with crypto prices so low and energy prices so high, it will be unprofitable and GPU manufacturers can focus on the gamers and producers who need the cards, not miners.And that is the core issue.
Exactly same situation here. Card came out to $909 which is pretty snazzy for CAD pricing. I considered listing it here and see who wanted me login to get it, but I figured everyone who wants one probably has one by now.
Plus used ones are going in the $650-725 range now.Exactly same situation here. Card came out to $909 which is pretty snazzy for CAD pricing. I considered listing it here and see who wanted me login to get it, but I figured everyone who wants one probably has one by now.
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Next time I will buy from a different AIB vendor, not EVGA.
It may not have anything to do with the quality of their product, but rather the quality of their service. Let's assume, for the sake of argument, that EVGA was indeed selling pallets of GPUs to mining operations, while hundreds or thousands of loyal customers waited in the queue. I can completely understand why someone would be upset with them as a vendor.Not really lol. Has nothing to do with the quality of their product. The wait list also did help quite a few people anyway.
I know a lot of people here knock it, and yes it isn't particularly ideal for selling, but buying on eBay isn't a bad option, particularly if you're willing to buy used. For new, I agree with the post above.
My personal preference is just to wait, because chances are when availability improves, prices drop (but not always).
Curious what their interpretation of 'sufficient' is. I think it makes sense that increased supply is valid as crypto has turned somewhat unprofitable over the last few days, and supply chain issues have been resolved to an extent (definitely not in full). Demand could also be going down as folks are anticipating the release of next-gen cards. But I'm a little suspicious if their inventory really has been boosted enough that people no longer need to wait, or if this is EVGA's way out of a long list of people waiting to buy their cards that in practice those folks aren't likely to get.Received this email.
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It wasnt enough for the fan boys when EVGA told me I had to give them a $800 deposit to do a cross swap on a PSU with a fan which failed in less than 2 months. I bought the PSU for $200 from them on sale.