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EVGA queue. Can you check your status/standing?

HomerJS

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Is there a way to verify your place in line for the EVGA queue? I listed for a few cards months ago and haven't heard a peep.
 

Engr62

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No, you cannot verify your place in the queue. Per Evga's website (once logged in, select "My EVGA", then "My Notifies")...

"**PLEASE NOTE**
EVGA Staff and Customer Service do not have access to queue positions or estimated times for your notifies and as such, would not be able to give you that information via phone or email.
"

However, you can estimate where you are in the queue in a thread on Evga's forums. Specifically, on the Evga forums (in this thread on the EVGA Graphics Cards forum), forum member "enewt" keeps a tally of the most recent notifications sent for each card model based on what people report in that thread. So, you can see the current date/time at which the last notification has been sent for each model. You can then get a rough idea of where you are in line based on the last notification sent out for the card(s) you've signed up for. Of course, enewt's information is based solely on people reporting when they receive a notification--so, if someone receives a notification and doesn't report it, his table may not be completely accurate.

I feel your frustration. I signed up for the RTX 3080 XC3 Black on 10/6/2020 and the RTX 3070 XC3 Black on 10/31/2020. Neither of these models have made any movement on enewt's report in months, and it doesn't look like Evga is interested in producing any of their lower cost models.
 
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Golgatha

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Is there a way to verify your place in line for the EVGA queue? I listed for a few cards months ago and haven't heard a peep.
My oldest sign up is going on 8 months now and I got in a few of the ques 24 hours early because of their Elite program. Not holding my breath for an email.
 
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DustinD

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The two 3060ti cards I received a few weeks ago in the old queue system were from December. I would look for more data points online to try and get an estimate.
 

Golgatha

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The eVGA 3080 Ti in my signature came from the que and got my stock notification a couple of weeks ago. Put that request in on 6/3/2021. Good timing for me, as I didn't need a 3090 for just games and I have some medical bills to take care of now. The 3080 Ti is only about 6% slower than my 3090 FTW3 Ultra. Also, resale value is through the roof at the moment for 3090 cards. Since eVGA is only permitting 2 notifications per person now, I kept the LHR 3080 FTW3 Ultra on my list besides the 3080 Ti.
 
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LikeLinus

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I feel your frustration. I signed up for the RTX 3080 XC3 Black on 10/6/2020 and the RTX 3070 XC3 Black on 10/31/2020. Neither of these models have made any movement on enewt's report in months, and it doesn't look like Evga is interested in producing any of their lower cost models.
EVGA royally screwed customers. I'm in the same position. I had probably 6-7 cards with notifications since last Oct., over a year ago at this point. They had us narrow it down to two cards. Fine, I understand that, so I picked the two best. Come to find out, both of those cards haven't seen movement in well over a month and EVGA told me they aren't going to produce those cards anymore. So we've been sitting in the queue for over a year and they don't have the decency to move us over to a similar card that is being produce or even let us know! I had no clue till I asked in the EVGA forum. So all the while, other people who signed up later are getting cards and we're not getting anything unless we sign up again and wait until...? By that time, the 4000 series will be out. EVGA really did a disservice to possible consumers.

Both of mine aren't low end cards - 3080 FTW and 3080 XC3 Gaming. They said you should move to the Ultra, but I would be glad to do, but that would start me at a new date and they've also shut down the notifications, lol. Lovely, way to go EVGA!
 

Golgatha

Lifer
Jul 18, 2003
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EVGA royally screwed customers. I'm in the same position. I had probably 6-7 cards with notifications since last Oct., over a year ago at this point. They had us narrow it down to two cards. Fine, I understand that, so I picked the two best. Come to find out, both of those cards haven't seen movement in well over a month and EVGA told me they aren't going to produce those cards anymore. So we've been sitting in the queue for over a year and they don't have the decency to move us over to a similar card that is being produce or even let us know! I had no clue till I asked in the EVGA forum. So all the while, other people who signed up later are getting cards and we're not getting anything unless we sign up again and wait until...? By that time, the 4000 series will be out. EVGA really did a disservice to possible consumers.

Both of mine aren't low end cards - 3080 FTW and 3080 XC3 Gaming. They said you should move to the Ultra, but I would be glad to do, but that would start me at a new date and they've also shut down the notifications, lol. Lovely, way to go EVGA!
I figured they would only produce FTW3 Ultras due to chip shortages and because most chips can reach the clock speeds needed for those variants. I also think they're focusing on Ti variants because yields are good. Both decisions would be highly profitable for them, as those are premium products. This is why I doubt I'll ever see my LHR 3080 for $909 anytime soon, since they can sell 3080 Ti cards for $1419 all day long without much additional manufacturing cost to them.
 

Furious_Styles

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I honestly think EVGA stopped making the 3080 hybrids for a while. I am very close to getting mine and it has been silent now for 3+ months.
 

LikeLinus

Lifer
Jul 25, 2001
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I figured they would only produce FTW3 Ultras due to chip shortages and because most chips can reach the clock speeds needed for those variants. I also think they're focusing on Ti variants because yields are good. Both decisions would be highly profitable for them, as those are premium products. This is why I doubt I'll ever see my LHR 3080 for $909 anytime soon, since they can sell 3080 Ti cards for $1419 all day long without much additional manufacturing cost to them.
They moved my cards over to the LHR ones and i was fine with that because I don't mine. My issue is they haven't communicated anything and didn't give us an opportunity to move into another card line. At the end of the day, EVGA doesn't care because they are going to sell out every card they manufacture.
 

Leeea

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My evga queue:
Code:
PartNumber        DateEntered                 Notify Sent  Active
10G-P5-3899-KR    9/15/2021 11:06:44 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3898-KL    9/15/2021 11:06:26 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3889-KR    9/15/2021 11:06:12 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3888-KL    9/15/2021 11:06:02 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3897-KR    12/19/2020 5:53:49 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3895-KR    12/19/2020 5:53:38 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3885-KR    12/19/2020 5:51:21 AM PT    No        False
10G-P5-3883-KR    12/4/2020 3:51:34 AM PT    No        True
10G-P5-3881-KR    11/25/2020 8:25:19 PM PT    No        True
11/25/2020 - to late to get in on the production run I suspect


I appreciate what EVGA tried to do. But yea. I have given up hope.
 
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