A “large number of goods” are expected to arrive on the market around July 10. More RTX 3060s will eventually be available to purchase through retailers.
I concur with this message.
Makes me wanna buy AMD instead.
Unless raytracing is a big concern, you might as well, assuming you can get one at or close to MSRP.
If you're looking at a 3060 non-Ti, raytracing isn't a big concern for you.
I don't really care about RT but I doubt there are any cards close to MSRP right now.
How about offering them to gamers? Also, 3070 and 3080? I thought it was tough to get a ps5, that was child's play compared to the 3000 series GPUs.
I thought gamers go to internet cafes.
Technically it's easier to get a 3000 series GPU than a PS5, because you can always buy a pre-built machine that comes with a 3060, 3070 or 3080. Those are readily available.
There is no 3060 FE edition which means they are increasing chip shipments to AIBs.
The longer they’re in business, the more I hate Nvidia.
Are there even any Internet cafes in America?
Yeah quite a few survived the lockdowns.
Dammit boost supply of 3080s. While your at it produce a 3080ti that retails at a reasonably price.
Wouldn't be surprised if RTX 4000 series starts at £750, i was lucky to get a 3080 for 650 but that MSRP was BS as there's no AIB cards anywhere near that now
a 3060 likely is a weak upgrade for them.
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