The graphics card market is expected to be a busy space as NVIDIA’s RTX 3090 readies to go on sale. The card will be sold 24th September onwards. Meanwhile, developments have continued suggesting the market entry of RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 siblings. NVIDIA’s website is undoubtedly the most reliable source to trace all the happenings. But you know the Internet well and so do we. With all the noise around it is so difficult to turn a blind eye to various reports from numerous sources. Some news even though misleading sounds like truly dug into a brand’s best kept secrets promising the big reveal. So here lies the best method to keep yourself up-to date with recent developments regarding NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 series.
Get Notified as NVIDIA breaks new information regarding the GeForce RTX 3000 series
Recently, scalping and fake RRP cases were encountered by customers trying to buy NVIDIA RTX 3080 and MSI custom builds. EVGA was also forced into hand reviewing all its EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 orders due to “bot” intervention. So we think it would be safe to give out a reliable way of tracing new updates. Updates that are reliable. To go ahead you would need Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Install the extension called, “Distill Web Monitor”. Go to the page that displays the graphics card of your choice eg. the RTX 3080 etc. Now when you open the plugin, you can either choose to monitor the full page for changes or just selective parts of it. We suggest you take notifications for the availability sections. This way when your desired card is in stock or out of stock you’d get updates.
Another great thing with the Distill Web Monitor extension happens to be its ability to notify you at short intervals. These could be as small as 5 or even 15 seconds or more. If you choose to take updates for changes anywhere on the complete page of the NVIDIA website, you might face frequent false notifications. So take note of that and good luck getting your hands on the graphics card of your dreams.