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EVGA Improves Queue System for RTX 30 Series Cards After Backlash From Waiting Consumers


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Three days ago we reported that EVGA was changing its queue system, giving priority to users and gamers who have not purchased a card yet. Consumers waiting in the queue would have to continue waiting to get their RTX 30 series GPU, or risk moving further behind and essentially waiting longer.


EVGA's new plan did not go well. It is no surprise due to queued consumers having to wait even longer for their purchased graphics card. Negative responses were in higher quantity than positive remarks about the new process and have caused the developer to create a new queue system, placing waiting customers back into priority, and pushing new customers to the back of the line.


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I've been on the EVGA queue for so long I forgot about it until I got an e-mail from them about this the other day. It would seem they didn't make any effort to sell cards to people who haven't had a chance to get one yet and just went down the list meaning there were a lot of repeat buyers. 

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