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EVGA will be discontinuing its pending queue orders for GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards due to the current state of the GPU market, a seemingly positive and rapidly improving one that is seeing increased inventory of items that, not too long ago, seemed impossible to find (or at sane prices). This has been confirmed by an email that EVGA began sending out to its customers yesterday, which explains how the company now has “sufficient” GeForce RTX 30 Series stock and will begin removing all pending queue notifications on June 23, 2022. Anyone who had previously used EVGA’s queue system to sign up for a chance to get one of NVIDIA’s newer graphics cards should expect this message in their inbox. A cursory search of EVGA’s listings suggests that most models are still selling for high prices, with no graphics cards available for purchase at MSRP.

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Now that EVGA has sufficient stock on 30 series at EVGA.com and at ETAIL/RETAIL partners, starting June 23th 2022, all pending queue notifies on EVGA PN: 10G-P5-3895-KR will be removed and the product will be made available for purchase as supply continues to arrive.

You can see all in-stock 30 Series availability at any time by visiting here. The EVGA Queue system will continue to be in place for high demand products.

You are receiving this message because you previously signed up for our notification queue on our US/Canada webstore to be notified when 10G-P5-3895-KR is available to purchase or for changes to its availability status.

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6 comments

  1. If you took an order for something you can't just up and cancel it without mutual agreement. At the least they need to pay some compensation. This is bs.
    They weren't orders, just a queue to have the opportunity to purchase a specific card when one became available. I'm guessing they have stock to satisfy the remaining queue.
  2. They weren't orders, just a queue to have the opportunity to purchase a specific card when one became available. I'm guessing they have stock to satisfy the remaining queue.
    I'm betting they don't, if everyone in the queue were to actually purchase.

    But I will concede: that most of the people still in the queue have been in there for so long they've forgotten about it, or got something else and wouldn't buy if their number did pop up.

    So while it probably nets out in the end to what you are saying, I still think it feels like a giant cop out by EVGA.
  3. I'm betting they don't, if everyone in the queue were to actually purchase.

    But I will concede: that most of the people still in the queue have been in there for so long they've forgotten about it, or got something else and wouldn't buy if their number did pop up.

    So while it probably nets out in the end to what you are saying, I still think it feels like a giant cop out by EVGA.
    I've been in the queue since decemeber of 2020. I queued up for all 3080's and 3090's. Think I got one notification for the basic 3080 which I passed on since I bought a 2080Ti off Kyle.
  4. I've been in the queue since decemeber of 2020. I queued up for all 3080's and 3090's. Think I got one notification for the basic 3080 which I passed on since I bought a 2080Ti off Kyle.
    You are out of the queues now

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