Nvidia RTX 3080 stock shortage nightmare could finally be over

In yet another sign that the GPU stock crisis is really starting to be resolved, EVGA has begun to shelve its graphics card queuing system which was designed to help the average buyer (read: gamers) to grab a card, rather than say a bot or scalper.

EVGA introduced this system way back in October 2020, in order to ensure a fair shout with its RTX 3000 graphics cards. With no stock around at the time, would-be buyers could sign up to a queue to purchase when inventory came in, and when notified that it was their turn, they had just a short time (eight hours) to complete the order.


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