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Old 01-06-21, 01:04 PM
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Nvidia's confident that they have enough RTX 3080 Ti GPUs for launch day

"Our goal is for as many gamers to buy this card as would like".



Read more about Nvidia's confidence in their RTX 3080 Ti launch day supply.

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Old 01-06-21, 01:59 PM
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Old 01-06-21, 02:03 PM
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For that price they can keep it.
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Old 01-06-21, 02:15 PM
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No intelligent miner is going to be buying GPUS anytime soon because of the terrible news around EIP 1559 and other algos being little profitable to this point. Also ETH going PoS by end of the year with 640TH of power flooding the crypto minig space searching for something to destroy it's profit almost instantly. so probably they will have enough on launch day.
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They won't. Gamer demand is insane. People have the need to buy GPUs above anything for some reason. This shortage will last until next year this time.

Nvidia just playing the PR card.
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For that price they can keep it.
The RTX 3080 TI is like my girlfriend. She keeps me coming back for more and needed availability. She is a blond and has attributes which become immediately visible by seeing her walk and talk that talk. She is extremely high maintenance and expensive. The 3080 TI is thought to be just like her and able to playing my fiddle or any of my AAA gaming titles in high and unfailing performance. The first question other men ask me: "Where did you find her?" This was like asking are there more like her and be sure to never give her up? When I first met her she turned my imagination rock hard and I instinctively knew that I was going to be in for ride. When for the first time I laid my eyes on the 3080 TI I got the same loving feeling.
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Honestly if I could find one for $1200, I would buy it. It's getting that ridiculous out here. But as we all expected, they're sold out everywhere.
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The RTX 3080 TI is like my girlfriend. She keeps me coming back for more and needed availability. She is a blond and has attributes which become immediately visible by seeing her walk and talk that talk. She is extremely high maintenance and expensive. The 3080 TI is thought to be just like her and able to playing my fiddle or any of my AAA gaming titles in high and unfailing performance. The first question other men ask me: "Where did you find her?" This was like asking are there more like her and be sure to never give her up? When I first met her she turned my imagination rock hard and I instinctively knew that I was going to be in for ride. When for the first time I laid my eyes on the 3080 TI I got the same loving feeling.

Cheating on your girlfriend are we?
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Honestly if I could find one for $1200, I would buy it. It's getting that ridiculous out here. But as we all expected, they're sold out everywhere.
Even though $1200 is actually worse value compared to the 2080Ti, which was already terrible value?
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