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The Kingpin queue is Elite Member only and people who order December 21 are still waiting for a Kingpin. So what was the need to expand Elite Membership when they know they won't have enough cards? 

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/04/30 23:55:49 (permalink)
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 00:23:39 (permalink)
    glenn37216
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...
    Let’s hope
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 00:28:09 (permalink)
    They made it too easy.... who know how many new accounts got made in the last couple days that are now elite........
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 00:29:44 (permalink)
    faith730
    They made it too easy.... who know how many new accounts got made in the last couple days that are now elite........
    I wish they didn’t people get elite just by posting
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 00:30:37 (permalink)
    glenn37216
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 00:58:23 (permalink)
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    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....

    Agreed, I mean for EVGA sorting customers from customers is impossible. If people cant or don't want to try to post then they just buy Elite. For them this program is going to look like a massive success in both sales and membership. I mean it would be cool for EVGA to reward people who have been members for over a year or at the least before the 24hr announcement. The 100 posts is a catch 22 tho, a lot of people like myself who have had accounts for several years are in the same push for 100 posts. I made my account when I bought a PSU and was trying to get an EVGA card near the end of the last mining boom, I joined the forum to read learn about EVGA cards/programs and choose the best. I just ended up getting the first card I could (ASUS) so I didnt get Elite.

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 01:15:07 (permalink)
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    glenn37216
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....

    Agreed, I mean for EVGA sorting customers from customers is impossible. If people cant or don't want to try to post then they just buy Elite. For them this program is going to look like a massive success in both sales and membership. I mean it would be cool for EVGA to reward people who have been members for over a year or at the least before the 24hr announcement. The 100 posts is a catch 22 tho, a lot of people like myself who have had accounts for several years are in the same push for 100 posts. I made my account when I bought a PSU and was trying to get an EVGA card near the end of the last mining boom, I joined the forum to read learn about EVGA cards/programs and choose the best. I just ended up getting the first card I could (ASUS) so I didnt get Elite.


    I've been a member since 2012 and have evga products but under a 100 post as well. For those like you and I, at least we didn't just make an account in the last 72 hours to try to get to elite.

    EVGA should have made it where you need at least 3 months account age or make it a certain number of quality threads and not posts.
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 01:20:50 (permalink)
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    They made it too easy.... who know how many new accounts got made in the last couple days that are now elite........
    I wish they didn’t people get elite just by posting



    I know there's a lot of hate on the 100 post elite access but as a new customer I appreciate it and will likely become a new loyal customer because of this, rather than make other sites my primary search... that will keep me coming back for other products as well, when needed in the future. It's an effective strategy.
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 01:23:04 (permalink)
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    glenn37216
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....

    Agreed, I mean for EVGA sorting customers from customers is impossible. If people cant or don't want to try to post then they just buy Elite. For them this program is going to look like a massive success in both sales and membership. I mean it would be cool for EVGA to reward people who have been members for over a year or at the least before the 24hr announcement. The 100 posts is a catch 22 tho, a lot of people like myself who have had accounts for several years are in the same push for 100 posts. I made my account when I bought a PSU and was trying to get an EVGA card near the end of the last mining boom, I joined the forum to read learn about EVGA cards/programs and choose the best. I just ended up getting the first card I could (ASUS) so I didnt get Elite.


    I've been a member since 2012 and have evga products but under a 100 post as well. For those like you and I, at least we didn't just make an account in the last 72 hours to try to get to elite.

    EVGA should have made it where you need at least 3 months account age or make it a certain number of quality threads and not posts.
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 01:27:39 (permalink)
    Yet another thread where I immediately counter with "Why is this thread not in general discussions"
     
    And the reason why is simple: If the only way to get Elite Membership would be buying qualifying eVGA products & registering them, then they also had products that were Elite only, they would literally be locking people out of being able to buy their higher end products (which are typically in a lot of cases, the highest profit margin products as well) - so it literally doesn't make business sense to have more restrictive measures in place for the Elite program, especially now.

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 01:33:25 (permalink)
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    glenn37216
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....

    Agreed, I mean for EVGA sorting customers from customers is impossible. If people cant or don't want to try to post then they just buy Elite. For them this program is going to look like a massive success in both sales and membership. I mean it would be cool for EVGA to reward people who have been members for over a year or at the least before the 24hr announcement. The 100 posts is a catch 22 tho, a lot of people like myself who have had accounts for several years are in the same push for 100 posts. I made my account when I bought a PSU and was trying to get an EVGA card near the end of the last mining boom, I joined the forum to read learn about EVGA cards/programs and choose the best. I just ended up getting the first card I could (ASUS) so I didnt get Elite.


    I've been a member since 2012 and have evga products but under a 100 post as well. For those like you and I, at least we didn't just make an account in the last 72 hours to try to get to elite.

    EVGA should have made it where you need at least 3 months account age or make it a certain number of quality threads and not posts.

    I mean EVGA will go through and review posts for people applying for the buy sell forums to make sure their legit. Maybe we will get lucky and they will do the save for the Elite queue. Plus sort of those people who suddenly had a need for 2 of the cheapest Elite qualified items EVGA sells the day they announced the 24hr pre-queue

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 01:36:29 (permalink)
    At least that would sort of people doing spam posts for the 100 instead of actually engaging in conversation and contributing the the forum.
     

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 02:23:34 (permalink)
    Seriously this post count membership is kinda counterproductive for the forums and maybe even unfair to OG members who've either a) been here for much longer or  b) are existing EVGA customers.
     
    Even though I barely made any posts on this forum I did get more active in lurking in these strange times of high demand and long queues.
    I'm already an Elite member so I don't feel the need to spam low quality posts, but I have to say this 100 post requirement really resulted in a big drop of quality discussion on these forums.
     
    If EVGA wants to go this route they should at least require certain age of the account since I doubt they will go over user's 100 posts to evaluate them because some people are really pushing it with making dozens of posts a day that bring nothing to the conversation...
     
     
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 02:25:50 (permalink)
    glenn37216
    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...



    A lot of people are counting on the queue for the 3080 TI because many have not been able to get a 3080 or the 3090 they want. Many have eleet status and don't even post. I give this as a warning: **Sign up for the Queue for 3080 TI in the first hour or be left in the dust.** the 3080 TI will replace the 30080 as the unicorn to get.
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 02:27:57 (permalink)
    Blackcyd
    Seriously this post count membership is kinda counterproductive for the forums and maybe even unfair to OG members who've either a) been here for much longer or  b) are existing EVGA customers.
     
    Even though I barely made any posts on this forum I did get more active in lurking in these strange times of high demand and long queues.
    I'm already an Elite member so I don't feel the need to spam low quality posts, but I have to say this 100 post requirement really resulted in a big drop of quality discussion on these forums.
     
    If EVGA wants to go this route they should at least require certain age of the account since I doubt they will go over user's 100 posts to evaluate them because some people are really pushing it with making dozens of posts a day that bring nothing to the conversation...
     
     




    Because these types of whiney posts are definitely much higher quality... you're crying over your entitled spilled milk, here... yes, there will be more new people posting and probably a lot of spammy type posts but it's short-lived and the end result is a larger community and more loyal customers... 
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 02:47:39 (permalink)
    Even if it's easy to get to 100 posts at least it takes an effort which can prevent the bulk of people who are interested in reselling a card from doing it. That along with the limit of one card should help.

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 02:59:19 (permalink)
    I'd be interested to see how many new elite members were created in the last 3 days that have an account age of a week or less. That would at least give a gauge of what kind of hammering the que system will get on day 1 of the 3080ti going live
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 04:21:50 (permalink)
    getting elite membership from 100 posts isn't new, I'd have to double check, but it might go back to when elite first appeared. In any case, they have been beefing up what elite membership offers in the past... 6 months? for the longest time it didn't really offer all that much.
    One good thing, is that you can now get elite from watching the twitch stream, so those that might be inclined to spam their way to 100 posts have another option that in theory should reduce it a bit.
    Granted, a new surge of people posting for elite membership when it starts to offer something new isn't suprising, and if the past is any indication, it won't be too bad for too long. (in fact I could imagine it be super-horrible, which as never happened.)


     
     
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 05:49:46 (permalink)
    Why are so many people complaining about the new people being drawn to the brand? This only helps us as evga will be encouraged to offer even more benefits when there is a large enough base
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 06:01:35 (permalink)
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    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....

    Agreed, I mean for EVGA sorting customers from customers is impossible. If people cant or don't want to try to post then they just buy Elite. For them this program is going to look like a massive success in both sales and membership. I mean it would be cool for EVGA to reward people who have been members for over a year or at the least before the 24hr announcement. The 100 posts is a catch 22 tho, a lot of people like myself who have had accounts for several years are in the same push for 100 posts. I made my account when I bought a PSU and was trying to get an EVGA card near the end of the last mining boom, I joined the forum to read learn about EVGA cards/programs and choose the best. I just ended up getting the first card I could (ASUS) so I didnt get Elite.


    I've been a member since 2012 and have evga products but under a 100 post as well. For those like you and I, at least we didn't just make an account in the last 72 hours to try to get to elite.

    EVGA should have made it where you need at least 3 months account age or make it a certain number of quality threads and not posts.

    When everyone has Elite (because of spamming for 100 posts), Elite will be meaningless, will be the same as if no one has Elite....
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 06:05:06 (permalink)
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    ...its to keep thousands of people from crashing store and to help keep the bulk buying non gamers away. Dont be paranoid.. Not as many will try for this card as the other 3000 series...


    The sheer amount of new accounts says otherwise....

    Agreed, I mean for EVGA sorting customers from customers is impossible. If people cant or don't want to try to post then they just buy Elite. For them this program is going to look like a massive success in both sales and membership. I mean it would be cool for EVGA to reward people who have been members for over a year or at the least before the 24hr announcement. The 100 posts is a catch 22 tho, a lot of people like myself who have had accounts for several years are in the same push for 100 posts. I made my account when I bought a PSU and was trying to get an EVGA card near the end of the last mining boom, I joined the forum to read learn about EVGA cards/programs and choose the best. I just ended up getting the first card I could (ASUS) so I didnt get Elite.


    I've been a member since 2012 and have evga products but under a 100 post as well. For those like you and I, at least we didn't just make an account in the last 72 hours to try to get to elite.

    EVGA should have made it where you need at least 3 months account age or make it a certain number of quality threads and not posts.

    When everyone has Elite (because of spamming for 100 posts), Elite will be meaningless, will be the same as if no one has Elite....




    Already is ... meaningless, that is.
     
    "Hey people, get in line for all our wonderful, but unavailable, products!"
     
    Frankly, I believe it is no more than data mining, i.e. building larger user database.
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 06:10:11 (permalink)
    The scalpers will pay a kid $15 to sit there and post 100 posts per account all day to score 3080tis they can resell for 100% markup.
     
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 06:20:47 (permalink)
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    The scalpers will pay a kid $15 to sit there and post 100 posts per account all day to score 3080tis they can resell for 100% markup.
     




    Heh, I do not doubt that.
     
    The more I think about this, the more I wonder if something is wrong at evga.
     
    I could make a quasi-political analogy, but that is not permitted.
     
    Anyway, evga makes the rules. If we do not agree, I am sure 'don't let the door hit you ...' is their attitude.
     
     

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 06:40:41 (permalink)
    MowTin
    The Kingpin queue is Elite Member only and people who order December 21 are still waiting for a Kingpin. So what was the need to expand Elite Membership when they know they won't have enough cards? 


    EVGA never expanded the Elite Membership, if you are referring to the 100 post requirement.  It was one of the options of becoming an Elite Member, prior to EVGA offering the 24 hr Elite Member auto notify advantage.  Like I said, even before this new offer, being an Elite Member is very easy to get.

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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 07:25:48 (permalink)
    Besides the 100 posts there are many other ways to become elite. Try to be happy for others instead of being selfish yo
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 08:53:45 (permalink)
    The other ways have a much higher barrier to entry, though
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 09:39:48 (permalink)
    MowTin
    The Kingpin queue is Elite Member only and people who order December 21 are still waiting for a Kingpin. So what was the need to expand Elite Membership when they know they won't have enough cards? 



    Most people can't afford a $2000.00 USD GPU so I wouldn't worry too much about it. The miners also may shy away from it due to the fact the cost to profit ratio is significantly less than the lesser GPU. Dude, just be happy you are in the queue for any GPU at this point.



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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 09:42:05 (permalink)
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    The Kingpin queue is Elite Member only and people who order December 21 are still waiting for a Kingpin. So what was the need to expand Elite Membership when they know they won't have enough cards? 


    EVGA never expanded the Elite Membership, if you are referring to the 100 post requirement.  It was one of the options of becoming an Elite Member, prior to EVGA offering the 24 hr Elite Member auto notify advantage.  Like I said, even before this new offer, being an Elite Member is very easy to get.

    Exactly, there are a ton of members who have been registered for months that previously had no incentive to post here, yet used the forum to keep up with queues and such, and only now do people have a problem with the 100 posts provision.
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    Re: Why did EVGA introduce post count into Elite membership? 2021/05/01 10:02:55 (permalink)
    The weird thing is that the forums really have no impact for EVGA. Twitch streams at least make sense for the viewership
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