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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 11:49:28 (permalink)
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2080 ti black.

 
 Or 

mbdash
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Pick one...
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 12:08:56 (permalink)
@AtilG LoL yeah kinda, it is a question of perspective I guess.

When what you really need is a V100S, but can only afford a 2080 ti...
Then you are on a "limited budget". 

I have been training a Machine Learning Model for a month now and am only half way through the 1.5M step target.
And since virtualization is not avail on a 2080 ti, I haven't been able to work on other smaller models while waiting.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 12:52:34 (permalink)
You cannot. I am in the same boat and I called EVGA support, and they told me that there is no queue until NVidia releases the 3000 series cards and EVGA adds it to the Step-Up program list.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 13:41:27 (permalink)
A few question for people who have experience with the step up program in the past because we wont have information on the 30 series step up options.
If you've used the step up program what product did you step up from and to?
Which cards were made available in the past through the step up program?
Was your purchase of an EVGA video card influenced by the step up program?
have there been backlogged step ups in the past where a card is not currently available but you submit a form to step up and it may be filled outside of the given 90 window due to manufacturing being unable to keep up with the initial demand (e.g. 3080 sold Sep. 17th out of stock immediately but still able to select it for step up to when Sep. 17th is within 90 days of the initial purchase)?
 
to answer my own questions I haven't used the program before but looking at my available options from my 2070s hybrid it shows one option from the 1650 up to the 2070s xc ultra. when I bought my card 2 months ago I had originally intended it as a security purchase as GPU availability at the time was rough and I knew we would probably be seeing  a new release from Nvidia in September based on leaks. Looking only at the numbers Nvidia has given us so far it looks like banking on EVGA's step up program was a good choice but now I'm worried about availability through the step up program. both by selection of cards that are made available from the drop down menu as well as by no confirmation being given if there will be a queue for step ups if you register even if stock is not available due to scalpers/bots/insane demand.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 15:04:59 (permalink)
I sympathize with the plight of anyone who made the mistake of upgrading this past summer, fearful of gpu stock drying up, unable to see this launch on the horizon. I did the exact same thing. I considered hanging onto my card for the step-up program. Granted, I only really used it to install windows on a new pc, and I knew that was a hot potato about to plummet in value after doing some digging on leaked info available. Fortunately, I returned mine 2 days ago with 1 day left on my 30 day return period.  Sorry guys. Not tryna rub it in.

I don't know anything but I can speculate. There's going to be great demand. Going with Samsung for a fab with this generation is going to be different. It's unclear at this point how this new arrangement is going to cope with supply and demand. Hopefully, the 3080 is widely available. The 3090 is most certainly going to have very limited die yields. Very limited availability. Period. They kept it at the end of the event for a reason. That's not meant to be for just gaming enthusiasts. That's going to suck down 400 watts on board partner cards easy.

As far as the step-up program, I suspect the 30 series cards are only going to be made available after they actually come out, and probably sometime after the initial feeding frenzy of each respective card's launch day(/week). I'll be surprised if stock isn't wiped out in the first day - if not minutes. I have no idea.

The bottom line is that we're all just going to have to wait and see.



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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 17:57:24 (permalink)
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 18:11:37 (permalink)
Custom PCB’s have never really been on the step up list, unless there was a good reason for it.

I would assume the XC models will make the step up list, and no other model.

Hydrocoppers, FTW3’s, and Kingpins will not make the list, as they are all custom and modified PCB or coolers. EVGA could release a base mode card under the XC, and add it to the list with no extra boost clock, but they have not listed that on their own lineup yet, so there is no way to know until the release them.

Anything that folks list in these threads are strictly assumptions and best guesses unless the post has EVGATECH_ in their user name. Take everyone’s posts as a grain of salt until the list is updated.

The 3080 will be the first card on the list, based on NVidia launch date, so that will be your first chance to see what is listed. Keep your eyes peeled for Sept 17th to see if it goes up that day. Until then, wait for EVGA to announce it.

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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/02 19:56:09 (permalink)
I missed my register date for my 2070 super black the step up so I'd need pay the $30 bucks to get the step up which would start july 18th. Should I do it and hope to step up to the 3080? Got a Ryzon 3700x, 8gb ram and 750w psu.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/03 13:07:35 (permalink)
Hej Guys!  Will watercool my card so EVGA is grand cos as you keep your warranty as long as you reassemble your card.. Never used step up program. SO i read that the only models offered for step up program are the XC models? Was thinking of going 3070 to the 3080 hydrocopper or just the XC and a EK waterblock.? Is this true? Also im guessing the XC is a referens pcb thus easy to get a 3rd party waterblock for? There is no info at EK, guess they are under NDA till the 17th as well.  Thanks for your help
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/03 16:23:10 (permalink)
I missed my register date for my 2070 super black the step up so I'd need pay the $30 bucks to get the step up which would start july 18th. Should I do it and hope to step up to the 3080? Got a Ryzon 3700x, 8gb ram and 750w psu.

I'm in the exact same situation- same date, GPU, CPU and PSU- and I went for it
post edited by nrblank2B - 2020/09/04 10:42:52
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/03 17:24:09 (permalink)
I registered my 2070 XC 2 months after my initial purchase date.  Will I have to purchase the extended warranty to qualify for the step up program?  I just want to make sure I am reading the requirements correctly.  Thank you.
post edited by Konzeza - 2020/09/03 17:25:17
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/03 20:25:56 (permalink)
Yes you will have to purchase the extended warranty.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 09:20:19 (permalink)
 

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I want to second that I would greatly appreciate the chance to enter the Step Up Queue now for an RTX 3080. I just purchased an RTX 2070 Super from Walmart, it is brand-new and unopened, and I would much rather enter the queue and wait as long as necessary for the Step-Up option to ship to me than have to try and beat scalpers at their own game. I only buy eVGA video cards because of your tremendous support programs and excellent warranties.


Am the same down to source - eVGA RTX 2070 Super Black Gaming from Walmart . Bought a eVGA Geforce GTX 1660 Super SC Ultra Gaming for daughter last year & she is so happy . I have been brand loyal to eVGA because of them standing behind the warranty & having a Step-Up option available .
 
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 09:31:06 (permalink)
They couldn't care less.

They are laughing at us for buying a 20 series knowing a new generation was coming "eventually".
The variable that wasn't expected by late buying, in my case, was a launch at half the price completely destroying the resale value of the 20 series.
I was expecting to loose a few hundred of dollars, not a 1000$.
This launch is a total disrespect of the clients.
At least they could have hinted at the reduced prices by reducing the 20 series prices in the months coming up to the 30 series release.

All you are is a number. No one cares about your pain in this messed up world where evil prevail.
All they want is your money.
No one cares about how much time of your life you spent working and saving.
Trolls will just troll you and mock you without knowing the context of your decision because this is how the world is.
Evil prevails. (for the moment)
post edited by mbdash - 2020/09/04 09:35:33
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 10:15:51 (permalink)
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They couldn't care less.

They are laughing at us for buying a 20 series knowing a new generation was coming "eventually".
The variable that wasn't expected by late buying, in my case, was a launch at half the price completely destroying the resale value of the 20 series.
I was expecting to loose a few hundred of dollars, not a 1000$.
This launch is a total disrespect of the clients.
At least they could have hinted at the reduced prices by reducing the 20 series prices in the months coming up to the 30 series release.

All you are is a number. No one cares about your pain in this messed up world where evil prevail.
All they want is your money.
No one cares about how much time of your life you spent working and saving.
Trolls will just troll you and mock you without knowing the context of your decision because this is how the world is.
Evil prevails. (for the moment)




Did you purchase recently from an EVGA partner? If so you won't be losing out on all that money, you can Step Up and you get full credit for your subtotal which is a great program. If you didn't purchase recently, well you got to enjoy the highest GPU performance for a period of time. This is tech and there is always something better coming along that will completely devalue your current hardware. Just something you need to accept as we continue to move forward. 
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 10:43:35 (permalink)
Konzeza
I registered my 2070 XC 2 months after my initial purchase date.  Will I have to purchase the extended warranty to qualify for the step up program?  I just want to make sure I am reading the requirements correctly.  Thank you.


 Yes, I registered at 16 days and had to get the extended warranty to qualify for step-up
post edited by nrblank2B - 2020/09/04 10:46:06
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 13:37:28 (permalink)
Any ideas when theyre being added to the step up list? My last step up date is Oct. 1. and I have a 2080 Super. Thinking of stepping up to the 3080.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 16:16:03 (permalink)
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Any ideas when theyre being added to the step up list? My last step up date is Oct. 1. and I have a 2080 Super. Thinking of stepping up to the 3080.



All signs point to October 2nd at the moment.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 16:26:41 (permalink)
Why October 2? Thought 3080 releases on September 17
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 16:36:28 (permalink)
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Why October 2? Thought 3080 releases on September 17



Yes, Inquiring minds want to know !
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 16:41:39 (permalink)
There was some sarcasm in my post if you read what I quoted.
 
Bottom line is, we don't know.
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 16:49:45 (permalink)
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1 day left for my step up on a 2080 ti black.
It cost me an arm and a leg on my limited budget.

Please, allow us to get on a waiting list from the date of the announcement.
This hurts so much... I am in not so bad shape.


Wow! Thats really gotta hurt. Especially when all reports say a RTX 3070 ($500-$700) will ****kick a RTX 2080ti. I kinda feel for ya. I am in not so bad shape. I bought a RTX 2070 Super (bad ass) Sept/19. It replaced a pair of antique GTX680+ in SLI. I will drop the 2070 in my X58 build, and throw a RTX 3080 in my X79 for the cost of the RTX 2070. I almost was going to pick up another RTX 2070 for the X58. Glad I didnt. It is currently running the pair of GTX680+'s. X58 and GTX60+ in SLI still games hard at 1080. Will be interesting to see if X58 bottlenecks a RTX 2070. Anyone know?
 
As far as supply and demand go, I think I will be alright there. I havent built an air cooled system since before 2010. All 3 systems I currently have are custom water cooled, including my X79 system. So I will have to wait for Watercool to release a Heatkiller block for the RTX 3080 anyways. LOL, built the X79 in 2011. 3960K (6 cores, 4.7GHZ all day long gaming) still crushes tons of high end late gen CPU's. S2011 and S1366 were brutes. In my opinion, the X58 being the best 'bang for buck' platform Intel has released to date. X58 is still very relevant today.
 
Anyways, hope EVGA comes thru with the step up option if thats the route you go. My 2070 doesn't qualify. And in my case, my RTX 2070 has a home to go to.

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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/04 21:08:11 (permalink)
He’s trolling lol
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/05 05:10:24 (permalink)
SO if you do the stepup program and go to choose your "new" card. As far as i can tell you can only choose the XC card right? You cannot choose the FTW3 model? 
 
Second question; if the card is unavailable due to stock issues, will that card be sent once available? Thus not leaving you high and dry
 
Third question; Here in sweden i cannot find any EVGA cards listed with any retailer. Who is going to be selling them at launch? EVGAs store? If i want a 3080 XC at launch where do i look? I want to prepare and just click BUY  
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/07 07:54:50 (permalink)
It's pretty disappointing that EVGA isn't taking into consideration that Covid will impact the number of cards released and that they won't extend or begin the step-up program to the 3000 series right now. They really should open the queue for the cards for those who figured the 3000 series would be delayed till next year because of the virus. I purchased a 2070 Super in July figuring the 3000 would be delayed. I've stuck with EVGA since they have great customer support and their product is top notch. This situation however is pretty disappointing.
 
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/07 21:47:15 (permalink)
So on the 17th the stepup for the 3080 IXC will be available? 
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/07 22:34:36 (permalink)
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So on the 17th the stepup for the 3080 IXC will be available? 


You will have to wait and see because as of right now there is no information.

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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/08 01:29:01 (permalink)
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It's pretty disappointing that EVGA isn't taking into consideration that Covid will impact the number of cards released and that they won't extend or begin the step-up program to the 3000 series right now. They really should open the queue for the cards for those who figured the 3000 series would be delayed till next year because of the virus. I purchased a 2070 Super in July figuring the 3000 would be delayed. I've stuck with EVGA since they have great customer support and their product is top notch. This situation however is pretty disappointing.
 




 
True. Ultimately it is what it is, but it would be disappointing if they did not open their step up program for upgrades upon release...considering that is what their advertisement is ultimately all about.
 
Quoted directly off their website 
 
"The EVGA Step-Up program helps you have the peace of mind to purchase your favorite product now, knowing you can upgrade to the latest parts that come out within the first 90 days from your purchase.
 
There ultimately shouldn't be any gray area here. They advertise the program as hey buy this now and if its "released" within the first 90 days, boom you can upgrade! As they say "It's really that simple!" 
 
Reading furthermore into it, the selling continues...

Why do I have to wait in queue?

We have a queue for our Step-Up process so you can keep your current EVGA product until we have your new product ready and waiting for you in our warehouse. Sometimes, very high demand will necessitate a longer than usual queue, but once you have made your request and you are in queue the 90 day limit no longer applies - you are considered in the Step-Up process.
 
Again...this is a great selling point. The only thing so far referenced in this program is "latest parts that come out within the 90 days from your purchase" and "enter a que" which references strong demand and something that could take many weeks. 
 
Lets continue.. 
 
STEP-UP INVENTORY - WHAT CAN I STEP-UP TO?
EVGA maintains a list of current graphics cards as well as motherboards available to Step-Up to. Products listed are mostly stock (not factory overclocked, or water cooled) due to stock limitations.
 
Okay...nothing about it not being able to step up, just that I might not be able to get a fancy FTW3 Ultra+. Oh well...from what I understand, the performance of the new cards means this wont really matter. 
 
Now things change..
 
  • Products known to have a limited availability will not be made available to the Step-Up program. (Limited availability determined by EVGA.)
Does this mean that EVGA can say that these new freshly released cards that already has a years worth of demand ready to be gobbled up are determined to have limited availability? 
 
And you also have your typical - 
 
EVGA reserves the right to cancel the Step-Up program at any time.
 
EVGA reserves the right to change the terms of the Step-Up program at any time without notice.
 
Typical company - lawyer policy. 
 
I apologize for the long post, but from what I see here - I don't why they wouldn't make the new product releases available for everyone to step up too *assuming they qualify upon official release of the product*. I bought my 2070 two weeks ago solely because I knew I would be well within the range to upgrade with the release being so soon around the corner. Grill that with a side of EVGA well bragged about customer service and top notch products, they made a nice chunk of change from me. 
 
Am I a sucker? 
 
Can I Step-Up to something not on the Step-Up list?
Due to limited quantities, only select cards are available via Step-Up. Cards not on the list will not be available to Step-Up to.
 

 
Well...thanks for reading!
post edited by mindsage25 - 2020/09/08 01:41:50
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/09 05:53:42 (permalink)
If we cannot upgrade from a 2080 to a 3080 or better while still in my 90 day step up window... then I have NO clue what the point of the program is even for or the purpose of it. I mean this is the EXACT situation it sells me on. In what situation would a step up work if not for when a new generation of video cards is released.
 
Having just forked out $1500+taxes on a 2080 then right after finding out about the new 3080 which is miles better and cheaper irks me to no end, I feel terrible about my purchase :(
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Re: Stepup for RTX 3000 Series 2020/09/09 08:17:31 (permalink)
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If we cannot upgrade from a 2080 to a 3080 or better while still in my 90 day step up window... then I have NO clue what the point of the program is even for or the purpose of it. I mean this is the EXACT situation it sells me on. In what situation would a step up work if not for when a new generation of video cards is released.
 
Having just forked out $1500+taxes on a 2080 then right after finding out about the new 3080 which is miles better and cheaper irks me to no end, I feel terrible about my purchase :(




The purpose of the program is to allow customers an option to upgrade if they are wanting a more powerful card after their purchase.
 
In ways it is more expensive to Set-Up than to buy what you want .... original shipping, return shipping, second card shipping ....
 
Availability of any one product in not guaranteed .... only what is listed
 
The rules of the program are clear -  EVGA Step-Up

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