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2020/09/27 17:07:43 (permalink)
when can we expect inventory? i’m looking to buy BOTH the 3080 and 3090 for two separate systems and i find it a little ridiculous that it seems merely dozens are getting out at a time. prove me wrong. when are we getting these cards?
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    vgerik1234
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 17:10:43 (permalink)
    Use the search function or read Jacob's twitter. This question has asked probably 50 times since Thursday by people trying to pad their post count to get elite. 


     

     
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 17:16:25 (permalink)
    i don’t care about a post count. i care about waiting for days and days for some kind of a chance like everyone else to buy a friggin graphics card only to be dragged along. how hard is it to ramp up production for a launch? how impossible is it to conceive the idea that maybe you should stock up inventory because it’s going to go. are you telling me that the people who’s sole job it is to pay attention to the tech news and community have no idea about the demand for a new product?also, if anyone actually cares about their post count, that’s beyond pathetic. get these damn cards in, we’re not friends here, this is business and i’m buying.
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:17:44 (permalink)
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    i don’t care about a post count. i care about waiting for days and days for some kind of a chance like everyone else to buy a friggin graphics card only to be dragged along. how hard is it to ramp up production for a launch? how impossible is it to conceive the idea that maybe you should stock up inventory because it’s going to go. are you telling me that the people who’s sole job it is to pay attention to the tech news and community have no idea about the demand for a new product?also, if anyone actually cares about their post count, that’s beyond pathetic. get these damn cards in, we’re not friends here, this is business and i’m buying.

    To be fair, I think this was a mismanagement on Nvidia's part. The board partners have been scrambling to get stock out there. If Nvidia had waited to closer to AMD Navi release, I think most of this would have been avoided. Can't really blame the manufacturers when there was little time to get to market. That being said, I am sure there will be an increase in stock in the following weeks. I just hope I can secure the card I want.


     
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:22:57 (permalink)
    youcanteatthat
    i don’t care about a post count. i care about waiting for days and days for some kind of a chance like everyone else to buy a friggin graphics card only to be dragged along. how hard is it to ramp up production for a launch? how impossible is it to conceive the idea that maybe you should stock up inventory because it’s going to go. are you telling me that the people who’s sole job it is to pay attention to the tech news and community have no idea about the demand for a new product?also, if anyone actually cares about their post count, that’s beyond pathetic. get these damn cards in, we’re not friends here, this is business and i’m buying.



    Here's an idea...........how about having STOCK ON HAND before launch, so you're ready for the demand? I know it's crazy, and it's nuts, but not being able to grab a card is just silly!
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:25:05 (permalink)
    Most of the board partners have hinted at production ramping up significantly through October and into November. Sounds like the initial yields for the 8nm node weren't great and the timelines to market too tight. I would assume cards start regularly showing up in the next few weeks.
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:27:33 (permalink)
    youcanteatthat
    i don’t care about a post count. i care about waiting for days and days for some kind of a chance like everyone else to buy a friggin graphics card only to be dragged along. how hard is it to ramp up production for a launch? how impossible is it to conceive the idea that maybe you should stock up inventory because it’s going to go. are you telling me that the people who’s sole job it is to pay attention to the tech news and community have no idea about the demand for a new product?also, if anyone actually cares about their post count, that’s beyond pathetic. get these damn cards in, we’re not friends here, this is business and i’m buying.

    World distribution channels are still hampered.  You need to keep that in mind as all AIB's are working hard to make the cards to get it into your hands.  Also the bots had a much larger effect than the industry is used to.  Nobody would be complaining if the bots didn't have a hand in this mess.  Just have to be patient and be vigilant in buying one.  EVGA did say stocks *should* normalize in Oct/Nov as production ramps up to 100%.  Next stock on EVGA's site *may* be this week per Jacbo, but a lot of stock did go to e-tailers/retailers so it's up to them on when they'll get it and release them for sale this week.  EVGA won't know the latter. 

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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:27:47 (permalink)
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    i don’t care about a post count. i care about waiting for days and days for some kind of a chance like everyone else to buy a friggin graphics card only to be dragged along. how hard is it to ramp up production for a launch? how impossible is it to conceive the idea that maybe you should stock up inventory because it’s going to go. are you telling me that the people who’s sole job it is to pay attention to the tech news and community have no idea about the demand for a new product?also, if anyone actually cares about their post count, that’s beyond pathetic. get these damn cards in, we’re not friends here, this is business and i’m buying.



    Here's an idea...........how about having STOCK ON HAND before launch, so you're ready for the demand? I know it's crazy, and it's nuts, but not being able to grab a card is just silly!


    I think it was partially to beat amd to market, but also what you see with anything in marketing.. Build up hype and limit supply to make people crave a product.. I don't think they were expecting bots to buy all the cards though...
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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:29:19 (permalink)
    I thought Jacob was Quite clear about why supply was low. My understanding was they had to make a running change in production with the cap change.
    Relax the big ones coming

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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:40:24 (permalink)
    INGREDCOLD
    I thought Jacob was Quite clear about why supply was low. My understanding was they had to make a running change in production with the cap change.
    Relax the big ones coming


    I so hope you are right.  I had to scrape myself off the floor after Wednesday afternoon's drop (or lack thereof).

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    Re: this is getting a little ridiculous 2020/09/27 19:54:32 (permalink)
    Yeah, I wouldn't worry too much. Production seems to be ramping up, and once these scalpers can't get insane prices because people stop panic buying, it will all go back to normal.


     
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