The launch of the GeForce RTX 3080 has been a complete mess. From thousands of RTX 3080 cards being purchased by bots to the delay in the shipping of those booked by legitimate people, the RTX 3080 is a terrible launch. What’s even worse is, users have been reporting that after upgrading to the RTX 3080, they’re desktop is crashing while playing games unless they downclock the card manually.
But out of this hectic chaos, the officials of GeForce and other custom hardware makers have been updating the users with every bit of step taken to clean this up. It is great to learn that finally there is some great piece of news for those who are looking forward to the re-stock of RTX 3080.
AORUS UK (sub-brand of the hardware manufacturing company- Gigabyte) posted on their official Twitter account that a couple of RTX 3080 graphic card series will be re-stocked very soon.
3080 stock update post
As promised. Gaming OC and Eagle more in next 7 days
First 3080 MASTER and Vision due next 7 days
XTREME due next 2 weeks.
However, this could be delayed by national holidays
Please check with your retailer for your position in the queue
In the next 7 days, Gaming OC and Eagle series will be re-stocked and available. Also, the 3080 Master and Vision series will be re-stocked at the same time. XTREME series will be stocked back in the next two weeks. This news was later confirmed, as this tweet was posted as a thread on the official Reddit community of NVIDIA. Here is the screenshot of the post-
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