markuaw1how about going old school and just taking phone orders
DarkTAOHELLO, HUMAN UNIT 11111100100 HERE. I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE 10(10100) videos cards.
eschiverElite member status was a nice touch.
inteljoe02How about making more cards?
jaketeckGate sales by making 3080 stock initially only available to purchasers with an EVGA account created prior to September 16th, 2020.
KamioDjaketeckGate sales by making 3080 stock initially only available to purchasers with an EVGA account created prior to September 16th, 2020. Here is the problem I see with this solution. I bought a Gigabyte 2070 super last December. The card just crapped out on me like 2 weeks ago. Little did I know, Gigabyte apparently has the worst customer service/RMA process in the entire industry. There are horror stories of people sending in cards and being sent back the same card unfixed or another broken card. Stories of people sending in cards, and waiting like 3-4 months with no correspondence. I started the RMA to Gigabyte and it took them like 3 business days just to give me the RMA # and paperwork. I've already been without a gaming PC for the past 2 weeks and could be for much longer time. Hearing all those stories, I am going to follow through on the RMA, but I finally resolved that I am most likely out the $500 I gave to Gigabyte 9 months ago. Trust me, I'll never buy Gigabyte again. A couple of days ago... I did some research and EVGA apparently has some of the best customer service/RMA. So, I decided to look into getting a 2070 Super from EVGA. None available on the EVGA website. The ones I do find on Amazon or other 3rd party sites are $500. Why would I spend $500 on a 2070 Super, when I can spend probably $700 on a 3080? So, here I am... brand new account, no gaming PC, F5'in like the rest of you guys. I don't know if I am for gating new accounts.