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2021/09/01 13:00:16 (permalink)
I entered the EU queue for the Rtx 3060 XC on 3/21/2021 and I haven't received any email yet. My friend who signed up in the USA queue on 4/24/2021 has just received the email. Has anyone in the EU queue received this card? If the answer is yes, when did you enter the queue?
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/01 13:20:42 (permalink)
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 08:53:41 (permalink)
    Last entry on the tracking sheet for the EU queue is | 3060 XC Gaming  3657  2/25/2021 09:01:08 AM PT |
     
    US and EU queues are completely seperate and can not be compared.
     
    Sheet is here but Bovinegamer whom keeps it updated is currently MIA thus it could've possibly moved more
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 10:15:59 (permalink)
    The 3060 was released on 2/25/2021 so the EU queue is completely stuck. I love how they are ignoring the European market, maybe when the rtx 4000 series come out we will be able to receive our cards. 
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 10:31:13 (permalink)
    The problem is the worldwide chip shortage. EVGA is making cards only as quick as supply dictates.
     
    The EVGA RTX 3060 and RTX 3060ti are available at many EU retail webstores but no where near the MSRP. 

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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 10:44:52 (permalink)
    I know, but the shortage is all over the world not only in Europe. I do not agree with their choiche to prioritize the American market so much. I mean, if at the moment they want to sell only in the USA at least don't make fun of us with this useless queue.   
     
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 12:41:33 (permalink)
    On another thread was reported this
    Queue time: 2/25/2021 9:02:13 AM PT
     
    It is moving albeit slowly
     
    Although us EU peeps are a little displeased at the seeming disparity between US and rest of world movement there is very little we can do, if you want to pay a reasonable price then the odd shop stock does show up but it's only the EVGA queue, if all retail was the same prices (or very close) the queue wouldn't be an issue.
     
    I guess we are just passionate about it because we prefer EVGA over other brands. But the current shortage is what it is and as EVGA is a US based company (regardless of where the cards are manufactured) then they can offer full support there and will focus there first and foremost.
    They have said in the past that the EU side of things will be sorted but as they've not offered much info onto why it's the way it is right now, then we just have to bear with them.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 13:19:37 (permalink)
    Today there was a 3080 Ti FTW3 drop but checkout was broken so it was wasted.
     
    https://docs.google.com/s...ALPU9xAUW1w/edit#gid=0

     
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/03 13:51:35 (permalink)
    According to the community tracker:
    NA
    3060 XC : 4/28/2021 (3:02:34 AM)
    3060 XC Black : 2/25/2021 (9:08:50 AM)
    EU
    3060 XC : 2/25/2021 (9:01:49 AM)
    What is laughable is even the infamous Black sku, known for not moving at all is ahead in NA compared to the normal sku in EU.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/04 09:34:52 (permalink)
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    The problem is the worldwide chip shortage. EVGA is making cards only as quick as supply dictates.




    The bottleneck of card supply is unavoidable at the moment. What is a problem is that 99% of EVGA's cards go to the American queue.
    Lets break down these queue numbers a bit and let the inequality sink in:
     
    NA
    3060 XC : 4/28/2021 (3:02:34 AM) - 5,335,354 seconds into the queue

    EU
    3060 XC : 2/25/2021 (9:01:49 AM) - 109 seconds into the queue
     
    That means that the NA queue has moved 48,948 times farther in seconds then the EU queue. These are headline grabbing differences that show EVGA's complete lack of respect towards EU customers. What does the EU need to do to get some fair treatment from EVGA?
     
     edit: correction
    post edited by mercIE - 2021/09/04 09:49:26
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/04 11:24:14 (permalink)
    Why wait? Allways you can buy gpu from some retailer!
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/05 02:33:06 (permalink)
    Jusiz
    Why wait? Allways you can buy gpu from some retailer!



    Of course! Why didn't we think of that? We'll just go to Amazon and order a 3080 for 2000 euro (~2374 USD in current exchange rate), or even better, my local brick&mortar store that only has cards for online order at scalper prices. The only physical part is the in-store pick-up of your online order, if you chose that instead of delivery or such.
    The absolute cheapest, bottom barrel 3080 I can find locally is currently at 1517 Euro (~1800 USD), ain't that a steal gentlemen?
     
    In other words, why wait for the next Spiderman movie to come out? You can always just buy Disney itself!
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/05 03:41:26 (permalink)
    Just bought 3080Ti FTW3 from germany 1666€ and from evga with 24% taxes and postages...~1550€. Only 100-150€ price difference.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/05 06:00:21 (permalink)
    mercIE
     
     
    The bottleneck of card supply is unavoidable at the moment. What is a problem is that 99% of EVGA's cards go to the American queue.
    Lets break down these queue numbers a bit and let the inequality sink in:
     
    NA
    3060 XC : 4/28/2021 (3:02:34 AM) - 5,335,354 seconds into the queue

    EU
    3060 XC : 2/25/2021 (9:01:49 AM) - 109 seconds into the queue
     
    That means that the NA queue has moved 48,948 times farther in seconds then the EU queue. These are headline grabbing differences that show EVGA's complete lack of respect towards EU customers. What does the EU need to do to get some fair treatment from EVGA?
     
     edit: correction


    The simple fact is.. we won't. EVGA has promised, on multiple occasions, to improve EU supply specifically, with first promises being December/January or so, and the only thing that has happened is a growing gap between EU and NA :D
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/05 06:53:09 (permalink)
    Jusiz
    Just bought 3080Ti FTW3 from germany 1666€ and from evga with 24% taxes and postages...~1550€. Only 100-150€ price difference.



    I find that hard to believe, but I'll bite. Would you care to tell us where exactly you got it from?
     
    Edit: I too have found a 3080Ti for 1660 Eur around here, although it's just a Palit. Still, the fact that it is less scalped hardly makes it worth it imo. Minimal performance upgrades for a lot more cash. It's only current redeeming quality is higher stock and a smaller feeling of being ripped off. The point stands for 3060/3070/3080 imo. Especially the 3080s which are the most demanded at the moment.
    Call me stubborn but I'm not gonna pay more than 1k for a 3080, or any other card for that matter, all charges included (vat, shipping, etc).
     
    Edit2: Don't get me wrong, I'm glad you've got the card you wanted and are happy with it, and more power to you for that, but it's hardly comparable to what we're trying to achieve. It's like saying cars didn't get more expensive because you've got a Ferrari at MSRP. My point is, the more expensive something is, the less scalping potential it has, due to diminishing returns (the fps gain is not proportional to extra cost) and the fact that it's in a price range that few people are willing to go into in the first place, so there's not that many people to scalp it to. When the 3080Ti launched I tracked it for a while, as price goes, and it was generally cheaper than a 3080... Not because it was cheap, but because 3080s were expensive AF.
    post edited by McAztec - 2021/09/05 07:29:23
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/05 07:27:32 (permalink)
    Bought from http://www.equippr.de/ last week. On stock couple of days. de price is 1599€. Im from Finland so pay more taxes and postages. I know 3080 is hard to find near msrp and newer stocks seems go automatic to early buyers.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/05 07:33:39 (permalink)
    Jusiz
    Bought from http://www.equippr.de/ last week. On stock couple of days. de price is 1599€. Im from Finland so pay more taxes and postages. I know 3080 is hard to find near msrp and newer stocks seems go automatic to early buyers.



    Ah, I see. I actually checked a few shops from across multiple borders tbh. Including Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and even Finish. I'd rather pay for shipping than for scalping. Sadly the only fairly-ish priced 3080s were out of stock, and even then, they said they didn't deliver outside their country of operation for some reason (I literally called them, lemme tell you it's really weird being on the phone with a robot you cannot understand before being taken by an operator, I had no idea if it was saying "be patient, all lines busy" or "we're closed today, call tomorrow").
     
    Thanks for the help anyway, and enjoy your card :P
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/06 13:35:20 (permalink)
    Nonsense. The chip crisis is like an excuse. EVGA cards can be found at high prices in most European stores. Shops buy cards from EVGA. For this reason, EVGA does not ship to European members and prefers to sell to stores at higher prices. It gives privileges and sends cards to its members only in America. This is my thought.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/06 13:53:13 (permalink)
    I entered the queue for an rtx 3080 September 25, 2020.....still no notification. I just signed up for the elite today so we will see if that makes a difference. Forgot I had a gtx 1080 and power supply I bought from them
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/06 14:40:47 (permalink)
    Reapert
    Nonsense. The chip crisis is like an excuse. EVGA cards can be found at high prices in most European stores. Shops buy cards from EVGA. For this reason, EVGA does not ship to European members and prefers to sell to stores at higher prices. It gives privileges and sends cards to its members only in America. This is my thought.



    I thought so too, but on the other hand US stores must also be buying them up like crazy when they can so I would think it'd happen there as well. It may just be that their main concern is US because they are from the US or such.
     
    In any case it would be nice to finally get some GPUs over here as well. I found a 3080 FTW3 the other day at a major local retailer, at 2021 Euro (VAT and other taxes included, shipping may be extra, because why not). While it has been said there are contractual obligations and so on, I have a hard time believing that it's the retailers that have the upper hand here. Correct me if I'm wrong but EVGA is making the GPUs after all, they should have the retailers by their corporate cojones imo... You scalped our cards? You get lower priority for orders. You didn't implement any anti-bot measures (at least a simple manual order review ffs)? Down the priority queue and have fun selling 1060s instead.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/06 21:46:40 (permalink)
    mercIE
    The bottleneck of card supply is unavoidable at the moment. What is a problem is that 99% of EVGA's cards go to the American queue.
    Lets break down these queue numbers a bit and let the inequality sink in:
     
    NA
    3060 XC : 4/28/2021 (3:02:34 AM) - 5,335,354 seconds into the queue

    EU
    3060 XC : 2/25/2021 (9:01:49 AM) - 109 seconds into the queue
     
    That means that the NA queue has moved 48,948 times farther in seconds then the EU queue. These are headline grabbing differences that show EVGA's complete lack of respect towards EU customers. What does the EU need to do to get some fair treatment from EVGA?



    Is not changing the facts too much but I filled again the forms, I posted on forum, I updated my signature and I see that EU: 3060 XC: is still at 09:01:49 ... when I've got my notification on 27 of august and I was in at 09:01:57
     
    Just saying...

     
    EU:  12G-P5-3657-KR    |   02/25/2021   09:01:57 AM PT  |   YES   
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/06 23:16:37 (permalink)
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    I entered the queue for an rtx 3080 September 25, 2020.....still no notification. I just signed up for the elite today so we will see if that makes a difference. Forgot I had a gtx 1080 and power supply I bought from them



    September 22 here... Elite for 5 years. Still no notification. It will be a whole year in a few weeks. They abandoned EU completely :(
    That is how they treat loyal customers... I was with EVGA since GTX 260, changing GPUs almost every generation, all EVGA cards. They cant ship single card for almost a year, but they have plenty of them to sell for EU retailers, so they can sell us this cards 3x the price. 

    10G-P5-3897-KR 9/22/2020 5:17:11 AM PT No
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/06 23:43:39 (permalink)
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    I entered the queue for an rtx 3080 September 25, 2020.....still no notification. I just signed up for the elite today so we will see if that makes a difference. Forgot I had a gtx 1080 and power supply I bought from them



    September 22 here... Elite for 5 years. Still no notification. It will be a whole year in a few weeks. They abandoned EU completely :(
    That is how they treat loyal customers... I was with EVGA since GTX 260, changing GPUs almost every generation, all EVGA cards. They cant ship single card for almost a year, but they have plenty of them to sell for EU retailers, so they can sell us this cards 3x the price. 


    Well, it's all about the money. Except the queue line and a somewhat affordable price for gpus, they still need to make profit somehow at the end of the day. Europe is long forgotten and I for one lost all hope to get a notify mail.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 06:00:15 (permalink)
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     they said they didn't deliver outside their country of operation for some reason



    Use parcel forwarding services.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 06:10:34 (permalink)
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    Use parcel forwarding services.




    A great idea, however the GPU was out of stock and pending arrival as it were, so I doubt the price would've remained as reasonable as it seemed. Not sure how those services work, but I will take a look, thanks for the tip.
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 12:59:42 (permalink)
    Most of my friends bought evga 2060 for 399€ from amazon europe stores last month. I didn't get it because I wanted to buy it from Evga. Now I regret it because Evga will never send it to me. Maybe after 3 years they will send it. But after 3 years there will be many new and more powerful cards in stores. Do I want to buy after 3 years?
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 13:36:04 (permalink)
    Reapert
    Most of my friends bought evga 2060 for 399€ from amazon europe stores last month. I didn't get it because I wanted to buy it from Evga. Now I regret it because Evga will never send it to me. Maybe after 3 years they will send it. But after 3 years there will be many new and more powerful cards in stores. Do I want to buy after 3 years?
    depending where you are in the EU you may be able to find cards like the 6600xt at a reasonable price. The evga que on cheaper cards alot of times just dies out and especially for EU que
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 13:40:19 (permalink)
    I got my EU Notification
    12G-P5-3657-KR 2/25/2021 9:01:56 AM PT Yes
    on 08/27/2021 at 10:08.
     
    I also registered on the US site (mistake by me) for the same card, at 9:37 2/25/2021 and got the notification on 4/20/2021.
     
     
     
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 13:43:11 (permalink)
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    depending where you are in the EU you may be able to find cards like the 6600xt at a reasonable price. The evga que on cheaper cards alot of times just dies out and especially for EU que



    I've been following Amazon for 2 days. If I can find a suitable card, I'll take it. The 6600xt is a very nice option. If I don't use Evga, I guess I won't die :)
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    Re: EU queue 2021/09/07 13:46:02 (permalink)
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    I got my EU Notification
    12G-P5-3657-KR 2/25/2021 9:01:56 AM PT Yes
    on 08/27/2021 at 10:08.
     
    I also registered on the US site (mistake by me) for the same card, at 9:37 2/25/2021 and got the notification on 4/20/2021.
     

    Great disgrace :(
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