As days pass, people are running out of patience. People, who in peak excitement splashed some dollars to get them the latest Ampere GPUs from GeForce RTX 3000 series. The sheer love for graphics went ahead amidst emerging news of graphics cards being sold at fake RRPs and scalping. The retailers were sometimes caught in the firing line for openly declaring the sale opening of various custom graphics cards. Buyers thought this was an open invitation to botters and there’s really not much to argue against that. However, the likes of Newegg did attempt hand reviewing of orders in order to keep bots at maximum bay. The retailers are now working to make the process as transparent as possible. Scan UK recently released a list which has figures concerning GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090.
Scan UK publishes total orders per manufacturer list
The online retailers have been trying to play a more active part as suggested above in Newegg’s example. Overclockers UK had sent mails to their customers informing on their queue number concerning the graphics card they had bought. Earlier yesterday, Proshop put a list referring to the current status of GeForce RTX 3080 3070 and 3090 supplies. Now Scan UK have also released a list which displays the total orders received by the retailer per manufacturer. The list involves all major players like ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, ZOTAC etc. PNY which have also proven decent at times were on the less favourable side. However, those that bought it are sure to receive their cards much earlier.
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