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2021/10/12 13:18:28 (permalink)
If I have a notify request for a gpu that is not currently being produced by EVGA, why should it count as one of the two products EVGA is using to sort buyers when another batch of GPUs is dropped on the market?

How can I know which notify requests to remove if they are still listed as bait?
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    Re: New queue rules 2021/10/12 13:32:56 (permalink)
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    If I have a notify request for a gpu that is not currently being produced by EVGA, why should it count as one of the two products EVGA is using to sort buyers when another batch of GPUs is dropped on the market?

    How can I know which notify requests to remove if they are still listed as bait?


    Jacob from EVGA suggested this:  "EVGA strongly suggests to keep the FTW3 ULTRA or XC3 ULTRA models due to consistent supply compared to limited supply on K|NGP|N, HYDRO COPPER and HYBRID due to supply constraints."  This was from the announcement that instituted the new policies: https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3108092.
     
    Since that time, 5 Oct 21, the choice issue has been a large topic of discussion.  If you had not removed those notifies you did not want by 11 Oct 21, then EVGA will go by the two oldest.
     
    Your notifies are not "bait" since you put them there.  Hopefully your two oldest are cards you want.


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    Re: New queue rules 2021/10/12 14:00:54 (permalink)
    I'm not sure what you mean by GPUs no longer being made by EVGA, do you 20 series and older, or do you mean the non LHR cards. the changes to the queue only mention 30 series cards, so I don't know that queues for the 20 series or older would be considered part of the change and not be a factor. If you mean the older non-LHR cards, queues were automatically changed to the LHR, and unless you chose to ignore the warning to not switch back, the card should still be in production.
     
    What cards do you have in your queue that aren't being made any more?
     
    from message that was linked in the post above:
    Going forward, the queue system will only allow for two 30 Series notifies on the current lineup.
     
    link again for clarity: https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3108092
     
    post edited by z999z3mystorys - 2021/10/12 14:05:39

     
     
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    Re: New queue rules 2021/10/12 21:09:40 (permalink)
    P/N: 12G-P5-3655-KR Is a 3060 that has been in the queue since February. It is my oldest place in line.

    Ought I give up my place in line? Is it still in production? Is production stalled due to no parts? Is another gpu farther down my list likely to be available sooner?
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    Re: New queue rules 2021/10/13 00:27:25 (permalink)
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    P/N: 12G-P5-3655-KR Is a 3060 that has been in the queue since February. It is my oldest place in line.

    Ought I give up my place in line? Is it still in production? Is production stalled due to no parts? Is another gpu farther down my list likely to be available sooner?

    That really depends what you want. If a part number hasn't been removed by EVGA then it should still be in production.

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    Re: New queue rules 2021/10/13 04:26:06 (permalink)
    check the latest posts by enewt in this topic: https://forums.evga.com/EVGAcom-30-Series-Queue-System-m3108092-p1783.aspx
    They're tracking how the queue is progressing and being filled, you may be able to use that to get a feel as to what card's may be progressing fast and what aren't, and compare that to your list.
     
    Generally the "ultra" versions will be progressing faster, and even EVGA is recommending the XC3 Ultra and FTW3 Ultra as the cards most likely to get the best production and movement at the time, due to supply limits, but as linked above, watching the queue progress may give you a better idea of what to keep and what to drop.

     
     
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