aka_STEVE_byeah , maybe this will help by the time the 4000x series cards come out,....🤦♂️
transdogmifierNot the governments place.
donta1979As noble as it sounds, the road to hell is paved by good intentions. See this going smashingly... not
Flint 1760donta1979As noble as it sounds, the road to hell is paved by good intentions. See this going smashingly... notThis proposed bill has nothing to do the good intentions, only with trying to get attention. As I previously mentioned, it is basically worthless much like the do not call/spam bill these days. BTW, your car warranty is expiring.
Nereus LOL.. so finally this scalper bot bs has impacted one of the elites in power because they can't get a PlayStation for their spoiled brat kid, so *now* they want to do something about it. Typical. That's my take.
yaymz 100% Agreed that the Gov't should be focusing on bigger problems affecting this country. I really think there needs to be a bigger discussion in what the relationship is between MFG and trusted retail partners is in terms of scalping, and what could be done to improve the situation. I get that the big retailers are EVGA's customers, so there is a delicate dance to be played, but there should be contracts in place to prevent things like bots buying out entire lots the second a card or ps5 drops. We have the technology available to prevent this, but the retailers refuse to deploy these options.. IP spam time-outs/bans, captcha, 2 factor authentication, limits on qty sold per address, etc, are just a handful of options. EVGA (and the others) have leverage that they need to use. If retailer A refuses to put this in place, well I bet retailer B, C, D and E will gladly put them in place to receive inventory.