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    • Will Bestbuy ever restock that 3060 TI?



      Yea but eventually they'll run out, then what happens... they're only going to hold back enough stock for whatever their fail rates indicate.
      Agreed. It’s reasonable to question their RMA capacity (especially cross shipping) if they won’t be getting any more stock.
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    • Not a deal - 6600 non-XT's can be found for $300, and the 3060 ti can be found for $550 at Best Buy (https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/nv ... d/15166285). Prices will still drop, so your mileage will vary based on need.
      Will Bestbuy ever restock that 3060 TI?
      They have stated as such.
      Yea but eventually they'll run out, then what happens... they're only going to hold back enough stock for whatever their fail rates indicate.
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    • Will EVGA still provide warranty support, now that they officially left the GPU market?
      They have stated as such.
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    • Will EVGA still provide warranty support, now that they officially left the GPU market?
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    • The 4080 12GB is basically the 4070 and until independent benchmarks are posted who knows, the graphs show without DLSS the 4080 12GB is about as fast as a 3090Ti and they cost $899 USD for FE so AIB's will be more likely $1400ish which you could get a 3090Ti FE for a day ago on BB but now they are sold out and have twice the VRAM.
      Did NVIDIA post graphs without DLSS?
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    • The 4080 12GB is basically the 4070 and until independent benchmarks are posted who knows, the graphs show without DLSS the 4080 12GB is about as fast as a 3090Ti and they cost $899 USD for FE so AIB's will be more likely $1400ish which you could get a 3090Ti FE for a day ago on BB but now they are sold out and have twice the VRAM.
      News Flash
      https://youtu.be/YhcY16BK_5k?t=534
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    • You meant x2 performance? DLSS 3 with new tensor core you'll have 4x sampling performance

      I'm not saying it's cheap but performance jump is way more than everyone expected and 4070 will probably beat 4090ti with DLSS enabled and unfortunately price is higher than I expected but hopefully 4070 will be around 599
      The 4080 12GB is basically the 4070 and until independent benchmarks are posted who knows, the graphs show without DLSS the 4080 12GB is about as fast as a 3090Ti and they cost $899 USD for FE so AIB's will be more likely $1400ish which you could get a 3090Ti FE for a day ago on BB but now they are sold out and have twice the VRAM.
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    • You meant x2 performance? DLSS 3 with new tensor core you'll have 4x sampling performance

      I'm not saying it's cheap but 4070 will probably beat 4090ti with DLSS enabled
      Yeah, I have no idea what those graphs NVIDIA showed really mean. In certain games it may beat it by huge margins like that, but in others I’m less sure it will win by something that huge.

      DLSS 3.0 does seem super impressive on paper though.
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    • But… both 4080s will likely beat the 3090. How would that not effect 3090 pricing?
      You meant x2 performance? DLSS 3 with new tensor core you'll have 4x sampling performance

      I'm not saying it's cheap but performance jump is way more than everyone expected and 4070 will probably beat 4090ti with DLSS enabled and unfortunately price is higher than I expected but hopefully 4070 will be around 599
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    • But… both 4080s will likely beat the 3090. How would that not effect 3090 pricing?
      Will depend on the benchmarks I guess, but the 4080's are a lot more than 3080 at launch.
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    • $1599 - $100-500 USD more than 3000 series, ouch. Hopefully AMD doesn't follow suit, but they likely will if they can compete. So much for super cheap 3090's, like all the "experts" here predicted.
      But… both 4080s will likely beat the 3090. How would that not effect 3090 pricing?
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    • Dude, the price of a used card sets comparables. No one going to pay over 1k for a 4080 when a used 3080 will be going for 500 or less. In a market like this, time is your friend and it won't have to be too long either.
      When someone on RFD posts an Amazon deal from a 3rd party seller people downvote like crazy... so you're saying when the 4000 series is $100 to 500 USD more that it's going to drive down the 3090Ti and 3090? Yeah right.
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    • For those waiting for price drops:
      https://youtu.be/15FX4pez1dw
      $1599 - $100-500 USD more than 3000 series, ouch. Hopefully AMD doesn't follow suit, but they likely will if they can compete. So much for super cheap 3090's, like all the "experts" here predicted.
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    • Those not familiar with past GPU market will have a better understanding of the full picture:
      - Historically, FE (founder's edition/cards straight from nvidia) are actually more expensive, and comes with a blower type cooler which generally is inferior (but is useful in a rack since heat goes out the back instead of going all over the place).
      - For Ampere (3000 series), Nivida FE cards are generally the ones being sold at MSRP. They also made their cooler a lot better (performance and looks). They have a large head start when it comes to board and cooler design, to a point where they have a custom shaped board for 3000s designed for their cooler.
      - Meanwhile, Nvidia has been restricting their partners' capabilities from multiple angles: lack of drivers to test their designs, limitations of what they can do with their board design (the Ampere FE board is probably something nvidia will NOT allow their partners to attempt - same with the new 12pin connector only found in the FE cards). Their partners have no official specs, pricing, etc until the very last minute.
      - Nvidia capitalized significantly during the crypto boom. Tons of people were buying FE cards, and they tried very hard to hide the fact that cards are going straight to mining farms instead of consumers.
      For those waiting for price drops:
      https://youtu.be/15FX4pez1dw
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    • I feel sorry for the evga employees, they are definitely one of the best if not the best among all the AIB partners, and this is what they got after all? Come on! I blame both evga’s management and nvidia, but if I were nvidia, I would be laughing right now, then maybe I will try to acquire some of the evga’s graphics cards’ people, next product would be founders edition FTW3🤣🤣
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    • The more AIB's creates the illusion of competition. Check out Jayz's Two Cents on You Tube.
      In short Nvidia wants total control no more enthusiast mods etcetera.
      Nvidia wants to make its own cards where who knows what their GPU costs are vs the AIB's.
      Jensen can not count on sales to crypto miners to boost his stocks wealth.
      So the squeeze is on.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12Hcbx3 ... 2Hcbx33Rb4
      Those not familiar with past GPU market will have a better understanding of the full picture:
      - Historically, FE (founder's edition/cards straight from nvidia) are actually more expensive, and comes with a blower type cooler which generally is inferior (but is useful in a rack since heat goes out the back instead of going all over the place).
      - For Ampere (3000 series), Nivida FE cards are generally the ones being sold at MSRP. They also made their cooler a lot better (performance and looks). They have a large head start when it comes to board and cooler design, to a point where they have a custom shaped board for 3000s designed for their cooler.
      - Meanwhile, Nvidia has been restricting their partners' capabilities from multiple angles: lack of drivers to test their designs, limitations of what they can do with their board design (the Ampere FE board is probably something nvidia will NOT allow their partners to attempt - same with the new 12pin connector only found in the FE cards). Their partners have no official specs, pricing, etc until the very last minute.
      - Nvidia capitalized significantly during the crypto boom. Tons of people were buying FE cards, and they tried very hard to hide the fact that cards are going straight to mining farms instead of consumers.
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    • Besides low margin, EVGA is the ONLY company with HQ in USA. Zotac based in HK and ASUS/Gigabyte/MSI are all based in Taiwan.

      I never explored this angle before but if US continues to dial up the heat on AI chip export to China, EVGA is the only one with immediate jurisdiction under FBI if one of their cards ends up in Chinese market.

      With margin already this low, probably not worth the risk.
      Yes, EVGA throwing in the towel is a very bad thing for us on this side of the pond. HOPEFULLY (they never completely closed the door) they start using AMD and Intel GPU's, if they do I will seriously consider both, simply for their RMA process/service.
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    • Yet.

      Check out my attached image from J Peddie Research on margins.
      Besides low margin, EVGA is the ONLY company with HQ in USA. Zotac based in HK and ASUS/Gigabyte/MSI are all based in Taiwan.

      I never explored this angle before but if US continues to dial up the heat on AI chip export to China, EVGA is the only one with immediate jurisdiction under FBI if one of their cards ends up in Chinese market.

      With margin already this low, probably not worth the risk.
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    • At what price would a 3060 be considered "hot"?
      $450 would be a good deal, right now it's the high end stuff getting good cuts because those are the cards with the (in theory) highest margins.
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    • no, because i repeatedly said they are all the same quality wise, and u repeatedly said evga is a million times better just because their customer service, which i assure u, im 100% certain theres ppl who experienced bad customer service from evga.
      Search RFD (arguably the most demanding users in this country) and you will find all kinds of gigabyte etc horror stories but to the best of my knowledge none from EVGA, that gives you a fairly good idea of both.
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    • Not complicated. Any deal on graphic card will get thumbs down unless its free gpu
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    • Yea just the fact that they were an Nvidia aib and seen as the top one gave them a premium feel. How many pc accessory makers do we need. There are so many companies doing that already.
      The more AIB's creates the illusion of competition. Check out Jayz's Two Cents on You Tube.
      In short Nvidia wants total control no more enthusiast mods etcetera.
      Nvidia wants to make its own cards where who knows what their GPU costs are vs the AIB's.
      Jensen can not count on sales to crypto miners to boost his stocks wealth.
      So the squeeze is on.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12Hcbx3 ... 2Hcbx33Rb4
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    • At what price would a 3060 be considered "hot"?
      Consider it trades blows with a $399.00 Gigabyte 6650XT OC (CC) mostly on the losing side ( DLSS aside).
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  • Gee
    • There are so many companies doing that already.
      It is not just heavy competition.

      Their power supplies are not cheap and only average compared to some premium brands.

      Barely anyone knows they sell motherboards, and I think they rank below ASRock
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    • I think without VGA, they will be out of business by this time next year

      Their power supplies and motherboards and not big sellers
      Yea just the fact that they were an Nvidia aib and seen as the top one gave them a premium feel. How many pc accessory makers do we need. There are so many companies doing that already.
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    • EVGA without VGA
      I think without VGA, they will be out of business by this time next year

      Their power supplies and motherboards are not big sellers
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    • A brief announcement posted on their forums

      Official Message from EVGA Management
      https://forums.evga.com/Official-Messag ... 74574.aspx


      From EVGA and NVIDIA To Split: EVGA Won’t Make Next-Gen NVIDIA Cards https://www.anandtech.com/show/17578/ev ... idia-cards
      This is definitely big news and tech YouTubers are coming out of the woodwork with their announcement/Q&A videos. It sounds like eVGA is done with the video card business. No more video cards for them -- considering their business started with video cards. It sounds like the whole venture is more headache than its worth, bringing in very little profit for the effort (frustration) involved. There is clearly something wrong when a $1000+ USD video card has only a slim margin for profit and at that price would be suffering a loss on every video card they sell. No company can remain in business if they're not making a profit.

      The eVGA/nVidia relationship sounded strained for a long time and is pretty much like working with Apple. Sure Apple will work with you, but they dictate the terms. It's their way or the highway. No partner will put up with such a relationship if they're not massively benefiting from it -- which sounds like eVGA isn't.

      One less competitor means all the other AIBs will absorb eVGA's share of GPUs, but it doesn't mean prices will come down either as long as nVidia dictates the terms. 😐

      It's also good that this news came straight from the CEO's mouth and not through their marketing/PR department which may have some loss in translation. This is as much from the horse's mouth as you can get. Credit to the eVGA CEO that they've been very restrained when speaking about how bad the relationship has gotten and how little they have received in return for being an AIB partner. It's a good thing they're in a solid financial position to push back and say enough is enough. They are done with nVidia and GPUs in general.

      I'm just sad that it has come down to this and hopefully eVGA will be able to make their business work in other respects since they've expanded into other products like PSU. I have an eGVA PSU and it's solid. I also still have a working 8800 GTS from eVGA (circa 2007). That speaks to the workmanship of their video cards. My eVGA motherboard of the same vintage just died last year. Their products have great quality control and the first one to feature a lifetime warranty on their products like motherboards and video cards. It's also too bad that they will be going through a round of tech layoffs following other tech companies. Maybe not now, but it will eventually happen in the near future as reality sinks in that they have a lot of employees that can't be repurposed depending on how specialized they are. Non-working or inefficient employees are like a lead weight on a company's books. It seems no one is spared from this layoff trend. 😐
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    • At what price would a 3060 be considered "hot"?
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    • I'm waiting for the "HOLD" guy to chime in...
      Actually you did :)
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    • Rip EVGA gpus. I've always got evga GPUs, phenomenal customer service in my experience.
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    • Just found out yesterday EVGA is leaving gpu market. That's actually sad. This is not good for competition.
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    • This doesn't need to make business sense. The CEO Andrew just sounds sick and tired of dealing with jensons bs. Sounds fair to me.
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    • The 3060TI is $550 at Bestbuy way better.
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    • Everybody seems to be missing the part where reports are saying that they're not just ditching Nvidia, they're getting out of the video card market entirely. So it seems to be more than just "Nvidia is pushing out their board partners" at play here.
      Some of the aspects of this story are a bit odd. Their reasoning for not partnering with AMD or Intel didn’t make sense, at least from the Gamers Nexus video. I also find their claims about retaining staff after a large part of their sales vanish to be dubious as well.
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    • So because I disagree with your assessment of GB and didn't rank Asus as high you I am a fanboy? Ok, I guess adult conversations with "u" are out of the question.

      Just because I said they are better than Gigabyte that doesn't mean that I agree with their decision but they did it for a reason. See the attached image a couple of posts above on margins, not hard to understand why they are bailing. Perhaps they will end up going with AMD and Intel for a while and go back to Nvidia later who knows or none of the above, maybe they get bought out by someone else and then go back to Nvidia because the honchos that were in charge are no longer there, anything can happen but if you think this is a good thing as a consumer you are wrong.
      no, because i repeatedly said they are all the same quality wise, and u repeatedly said evga is a million times better just because their customer service, which i assure u, im 100% certain theres ppl who experienced bad customer service from evga.
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    • Have you ever repasted any of your GPUs? I know EVGA still honors the warranty if you take it apart but what about ASUS and MSI?
      I have but never had to deal with a warranty issue after, sorry.
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    • Just because I said they are better than Gigabyte that doesn't mean that I agree with their decision but they did it for a reason. See the attached image a couple of posts above on margins, not hard to understand why they are bailing. Perhaps they will end up going with AMD and Intel for a while and go back to Nvidia later who knows or none of the above, maybe they get bought out by someone else and then go back to Nvidia because the honchos that were in charge are no longer there, anything can happen but if you think this is a good thing as a consumer you are wrong.
      Everybody seems to be missing the part where reports are saying that they're not just ditching Nvidia, they're getting out of the video card market entirely. So it seems to be more than just "Nvidia is pushing out their board partners" at play here.
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