Saw the in stock button but couldn't get it into my cart. I got a message saying I needed to take one more step to add it to my cart. Wasn't clear what that step was though.
that message occurred 2 weeks ago as well on the desktop browser platform, but not on the mobile app until this week. I lucked out, got it the second time it said add to cart about 5 minutes after the first time. Even took a minute in checkout to make sure everything was correct.I got that message as well...I also saw a message saying that Best Buy was trying something new and would be adding new stock every few minutes...
I figured nvidia would be sending a large order with their 3070FE cards to best buy, and since the 3080/3090 didn't show up available up until now, I knew it was a matter of time (since the 3070 will obviously be in stock by morning).They sure do. NV must have sent them a nice bunch this time.
Yeah saw that one too. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to keep reloading the page, or if they were gonna use some JS to update it for me if I just stayed there.I got that message as well...I also saw a message saying that Best Buy was trying something new and would be adding new stock every few minutes...
Physixs, Hairworks, Faceworks, DLSS 2.0, RTX, CUDA, RTX Voice, moonlight, Ansel, GeForce Experience, NVtool etc,In the $700 performance bracket either the 6800XT or the 3080 are solid choices. At the $1000+ performance bracket there is little reason to choose a 3090 over a 6900XT.
I'm going to wait for reviews and benchmarks, but might upgrade my 3080 to a 6900XT.
Yeah, moonlight seems to be the only service that works well for my chromebook, and it works very well. Haven't messed with RTX voice or Nvidia studio but I plan on it. DLSS is a given. Might sound like I'm fanboying out, but AMD just lacks these features, most of which I wouldn't care about if all I did was gaming, but still, If all I did was gaming, I'd be getting a $500 card.Physixs, Hairworks, Faceworks, DLSS 2.0, RTX, CUDA, RTX Voice, moonlight, Ansel, GeForce Experience, NVtool etc,
likely because retailers are getting a mass shipment including 3070s which release tomorrow. But yeah, Nvidia picked tomorrow's date as the day to push the release until well after AMD announced the launch.Funny how the first drop in 2 weeks is the day AMD does their announcement. Even then inventory was shit.
You're assuming the sku's will be the same into the future.If there is a time for Nvidia to try and flood the channels it would be over the next 3 weeks. The last 2-3 weeks have been very dry on stock drops (much more-so than near launch) so I wouldn't be surprised if we'll see notably more drops these next few weeks.
You can buy a few RTX cards under $400 "now" and get all of those features if needed. No need to pray for a card.Physixs, Hairworks, Faceworks, DLSS 2.0, RTX, CUDA, RTX Voice, moonlight, Ansel, GeForce Experience, NVtool etc,
I think the point he is making is that if people can't get their hands on a 3000 series GPU by nov 18th, they will stop being so loyal.You're assuming the sku's will be the same into the future.
Their will be a refresh of cards coming very soon. Again, buyer beware.
Thanks for the share man, i've went through the exchange and placed an order for the strix as well, but exchange's vendor system is currently down so office depot dont have my order yet. Do you have any luck?Not sure if this helps any but if you have anyone in your family that is in the military/veteran, they can go on shopmyexchange.com and use the Office Depot Specialty Store and order the RTX 3080 or 3090 thru the AAFES business account. It will be backordered but I was told my ship date would be Oct 30th for the Strix 3080 OC. Obviously time will tell if I actually get the card.... But since its a business account, I figure chances are better of securing a card...
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The point I'm making is there's no cards to flood the channel with. They are changing their product stack.I think the point he is making is that if people can't get their hands on a 3000 series GPU by nov 18th, they will stop being so loyal.
Wow, I had forgotten about that 480/580.... I went back to reviews to refresh my memory. Looks like it was a 9 month gap, but still, point is very well made. In this case they could probably shrink that gap to 6 months.The point I'm making is there's no cards to flood the channel with. They are changing their product stack.
Nvidia loves money more than any PC company. For them to not have stock means they are working on a counter to AMD.
Nvidia will win by any means necessary, but the current cards will not get them the win.
Stock will continue to trickle until leather jacket introduces new cards. He said shortages will go into 2021.
Remember the 480 was on the market for six months and then the 580 replaced it. History is about to repeat itself.