Some people have said they called their local Best Buys and they didn't think they were getting any units in, so you might want to check first.I'm planning on getting mine at my local Best Buy. It'll be the same price and I won't have to wait for it to get shipped. Chattanooga doesn't have that big a PC gaming community so I'm thinking if I get there around noon, there should still be plenty in stock. Plus I like the idea of actually having a store I can go back to if I have a problem. I checked their website to see if they have any information but as of 1 AM, their video card section is completely blank so guess they're updating everyhthing.
The local microcenter facebook group said all online orders would fall secondary to the local customers at the store -- and as of midnight last night they already had 20 people lined up for only 12 cards available at the store in Overland Park, Kansas. So no point in ordering online here.Microcenter is showing stock of cards as of right now. I can't decide if I want to jump in and get one or just holdout for a 3080ti. It is looking that the 3090 is going to be the TI for this round of cards.