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2022/01/13 16:03:55 (permalink)
Hello everyone, my apologies if the question has already been addressed, however, I wanted to know, how can I interpret the EVGA score that I have been assigned? What are the criteria which define what each point is worth?
I am aware that there is a very long essay written addressing queue 3.0, but I would appreciate a brief synopsis for this particular question.
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    bill1024
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    Re: Need help interpreting the new point system 2022/01/13 16:16:36 (permalink)
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    Hello everyone, my apologies if the question has already been addressed, however, I wanted to know, how can I interpret the EVGA score that I have been assigned? What are the criteria which define what each point is worth?
    I am aware that there is a very long essay written addressing queue 3.0, but I would appreciate a brief synopsis for this particular question.


    No one but the folks at EVGA who came up with it know those finer details.
    They are not giving out those details to the general public so its anyone's guess.
     

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    Re: Need help interpreting the new point system 2022/05/09 08:09:37 (permalink)
    Their essay is really long. I would hardly write such a paper. When I needed to write an article or a declaration relating to the study and work, I turned to professionals who understand paper writer that would save time. And in general, they do a better job than I do. In general about your question I think that only people from EVGA who invented it know these minute details.
    post edited by Maxxx17 - 2022/05/13 12:30:10
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    Re: Need help interpreting the new point system 2022/05/09 11:33:20 (permalink)
    Mim842
    Hello everyone, my apologies if the question has already been addressed, however, I wanted to know, how can I interpret the EVGA score that I have been assigned? What are the criteria which define what each point is worth?
    I am aware that there is a very long essay written addressing queue 3.0, but I would appreciate a brief synopsis for this particular question.


    https://www.evga.com/support/queue3/
     
    the total points Earned, under your account put you in a group. 
     
    (excerpt)
     
    EVGA Score:The EVGA Score is at the heart of the Queue 3.0 System. This score, in many ways, is designed to reward customer loyalty, customer participation, and customer contribution to EVGA and its Community.
    The EVGA Score is comprised of three main factors – EVGA purchases, EVGA Bucks earned, and EVGA Blue Ribbons earned on the EVGA Forum.

    EVGA Queue 3.0 Order:

    EVGA Queue 3.0 uses many different factors to establish the queue order. This promotes several goals and requests from the EVGA Community, including: Giving greater priority to loyal customers, making more cards available to customers that are hoping to upgrade, yet without closing off the possibility for new customers to obtain a new card.
     
    The order is made up of the following factors:
    EVGA Score and Score Tiers – This score signifies the value of your registered EVGA products, EVGA Bucks earned, and Blue Ribbons from participating on the forums.

    • EVGA Score can be seen on the My EVGA page.
    • Customers will be sorted into multiple tiers, based on EVGA Score.
    • EVGA Scores are updated on the first of every month, which may move some members up or down a tier.
    • Time/Date of your notification – Date of your notification is used as a tie-breaker between customers with the same EVGA Score.30 Series purchase status – Customers who have purchased a 30 Series product from EVGA.com will be deprioritized in the VGA queue, and will become eligible to purchase their VGA notify product(s) after others in their tier purchase a 30 Series product.*
      • Non-VGA notification queues are not affected by this requirement.
      EVGA ELITE Status – Some products will be available only to EVGA ELITE members.
      • Becoming an EVGA ELITE Member will give you access to sign up for a notification for the first 24 hours after a product is released, subject to EVGA’s discretion.
         
         
         
         
       

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    Re: Need help interpreting the new point system 2022/05/09 11:49:07 (permalink)
    I think it's 1 point per $100 in product purchased.  When I added my 3090 my score went up somewhere around 20 points.
     
    The only people with huge scores are stock bot owners who embed their affiliate code in links because each affiliate purchase is worth like 6 points.  If you're buying something from EVGA worth less than $600, you're better off just having an imaginary "friend" buy it for you so you get more points that way.
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