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Posted by Jesse
 - December 02, 2020, 02:26:38
Not a big deal.  Bitcoin very likely gets cracked in 2021, then the whole air-coin steaming pile of nonsense goes poof.  Google this:
Mike Adams: Google Close To Cracking All Cryptocurrency With 256 Bit Encryption, Including Bitcoin

As for limited supply, I'm glad they screwed it up.  It gives AMD time to steal customers and become a better competitor to Nvidia.  This will be great for consumers over time.   Of course, if you had your heart set on a 3xxx GPU, you probably won't be able to find one at MSRP until some time in 2021.  That really sux for some people.
Posted by Jack Ronny
 - December 01, 2020, 21:34:48
Neato! I'm sure they'll immediately be bought up by these cocksucking bitcoin miners, and scalpers, so they can try selling it for 800 on ebay. I must say, I find it absolutely egregious that Nvidia keeps doing this. It's a borderline scam at this point. They haven't even been able to get a decent amount of 70s, and 80s, and yet they apparently see no problem with selling another 100 cards (or whatever miniscule quantity they made) of 60s. This is wrong, ethically and morally. Honestly, if they don't find a way to get their s*** together or stop selling these things to bitcoin fags, I might actually take my business to AMD. Not a good look for Nvidia at all.
Posted by Redaktion
 - December 01, 2020, 20:10:02
NVIDIA claims that the new GeForce RTX 3060 Ti will cost US$399, but leaked prices suggest that custom cards will be nowhere near that level. Instead, custom cards are expected to launch tomorrow for 20% to 66% higher than NVIDIA's MSRP.