If some needs a 3080 Ti directly mailed to them from evga at cost, lmk, always hate to waste a notify (long term members with good rep).
Well, if you don't want it, I will be happy to take it off your hands.3060 ti xc i got yesterday.
08G-P5-3663-KL 12/1/2020 10:33:19 PM PT
Well, if you don't want it, I will be happy to take it off your hands.
I just checked the overall wait list for this model. I signed up on 12/10 and I'm now about 550 in the list. When I first signed up, it was like 1600 guys before me.
Great news for guys like me. Another reason to prefer EVGA to the other brands.Well this sucks if you're a miner and have been getting cards from the queue on a regular basis:
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In an effort to expedite those in queue who are still waiting for a EVGA GeForce RTX 30 Series Card, and to be fair to all EVGA customers, we are making a running change:
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- Accounts that have NOT purchased an EVGA 30 series card yet as part of the queue will be prioritized.
- Accounts that have already purchased an EVGA 30 series card in the queue system, will be behind those who have not.
Notes: B-Stock (RX) or Step-Up 30 Series products will not affect queue positions.
We hope that this update will allow more gamers to get their hands on an EVGA GeForce RTX 30 series card. If there are any questions please contact our support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
But if you are new to the game and have yet to score a card one year into the launch, I guess this is a good thing.
A lot of folks purchased cards for other family members and friends, at no profit, while waiting for the cards they really wanted to become available. They are all now getting shafted.
I mean if you really wanted an EVGA 3000 series card, you could have gotten one by now with just a little bit of effort, and not just from the EVGA queue.
I dunno. I read the rules. I followed them. I’m guessing most people who are in the Ti queues did the same. There’s not a lot of margin in scalping the Ti cards on fleabay so I doubt most of the Ti cards are winding up on there. It is what it is and happy I have a card and a card for a friend, but rules were rules and while always subject to change, we all had an agreement. At this point my step up card will be a 4000 series set to arrive in 2023 so I won’t complain too much.Gonna bite on this:
1. How do you know that all people that have gotten multiple cards have bought them in good faith? Via forum posts? If so, i've got a bridge to sell to you.
2. On the second line you are already solving the issue for all of those waiting for other cards to drop besides the initial(s) one that they bought. So why is there so much crying?
No system is 100% bulletproof, however in this particular period one 30s card per customer/account is better overall.
The irony is that with this change, a lot of scalpers that signed up with a ton of fake accounts, will now get cards.
Odd, which one? I entered the queue in December for a 3090 FTW3U and got my notification a month ago. Already had the same card as I snagged one at MicroCenter, but bought the queue one and sold to a buddy for cost.Aaand servers are crashed... I've been in the queue for a 3090 since Oct 25th of 2020.
So I got an e-mail from EVGA to ask me to pick and choose my top 2 cards I really want to free up queue space, they recommended that I keep the more popular cards ie 3090 FTW3 3080TI FTW3 3070FTW3 in general as they produce more of those cards than the more rare stuff, but I'm actually in the market for the rare stuff at the moment.