Yep more came in about 10:05PM EST, maybe there's hope that they'll drop more very 30m or so? Who knows! This wasn't the exact card I wanted but I'll just shutup and take what I was lucky enough to get at this point
Nice! The Aorus wouldn't fit in my case so I was hoping that the ASUS TUF would come back in stock but it doesn't look like it will. If I don't somehow get a 3080 tonight or this weekend I'm throwing in the towel and waiting for more plentiful stock and/or Big Navi.I'm shocked but somehow I was able to get an Aorus on the 2nd drop! woohoo!
I've noticed cards coming into stock specifically around 6:00-6:30PM Pacific. Basically, moments before I get home from work they come in stock and go out of stock. I work the perfect Monday-Friday schedule to ensure I won't get a chance.
Guys, just fyi, when it comes to Newegg, you literally have less than 15 seconds to make that purchase. As soon as I finished completing my order, I immediately refreshed the page again for shits and giggles to see if there were any left, and to no surprise it was literally OOS. Short of using a bot (which appears to being blocked now) or being in front of the computer all day with a notifier, it's pretty much gonna be your routine till November.
Use the Newegg app and configure apple pay all on your phone. You literally can refresh on the card you want in the app, and when it comes in stock you click apple pay and its purchased immediately. Do a few test purchases with it on other items and just cancel the orders.
You will have 10x more success with the app and it stays online longer AND has faster updates/access to the Newegg API.
We talked about this very same thing a couple pages back when I recommended ApplePay through Newegg.I think the android version is samsung pay? i assume there is something similar for android.
We talked about this very same thing a couple pages back when I recommended ApplePay through Newegg.
Essentially Android users don’t have an equivalent payment method in Newegg. Their best bet is probably 1 click buy in Amazon but bots seem to be even more wild over there.
Nah, corporations like money now. Most that can wait will wait for AMD.Knowing Nvidia, there should be good stock of 3080s prior to AMD big Navi announcement on Oct. 28 or slightly after if AMD doesn't release same day. No better way to kill a launch then tie up people's money right before it. It's an easy win for Nvidia because even if announcement is good it won't matter if most people spent money on Nvidia already. Now if that doesn't happen then yeah I'd be very worried about getting a card before CP2077 because then it would really indicate a supply problem that could last until year's end.
Until then I'd look into setting up Distill chrome plugin mentioned in this thread or join an Ampere in-stock discord channel (think there's a link in this thread). Until stock improves, you probably have minutes (or minute) to snatch once when notified.
I'm still sitting on my Amazon order for an Asus 3090 OC Tuf due to arrive Oct 13/Oct 14. Was hoping to grab that Gigabyte Aurous Master, even though I'm not a Gigabyte guy it looked really sweet. The brand manager screwed up the Newegg link and we missed out.
I don't really need a 3090 so paying the extra money seems stupid but it's better than scalping.
Not worried about the cost, just don’t want to pay scalpers, and I’m on the road enough that following discord or distill is proving stupid difficult.I'm guessing I won't be able to get anything else and I'll have to pay the Piper and just use the 3090. If I get something else first then I'll let you know
It was pretty expensive.
I'm guessing I won't be able to get anything else and I'll have to pay the Piper and just use the 3090. If I get something else first then I'll let you know
It was pretty expensive.
To be honest, NowInStock isn't going to work fast enough. You either need a program/bot or notification checker checking every < 1min to be even somewhat competitive it seems.
Nah, it's way too slow. If you believed that site, that vast majority of cards have never actually been in stock at all.