NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3090 is being conducted pre-order, but it appears like you’re have to a complete large amount of luck to obtain one. In a post, the business has pre-apologized for having less supply essentially, while stressing that it’s strictly designed (and priced) for enthusiasts.
“Since we built GeForce RTX 3090 for a distinctive band of users, just like the TITAN RTX before it, day you want to apologize upfront that will undoubtedly be in limited supply on launch,” the business wrote. “We realize that is frustrating, and we’re dealing with our partners to improve the supply in the entire weeks ahead.”
The RTX 3090 is made for what NVIDIA calls “extreme gamers,” with features like 10,496 CUDA cores and a prodigious 24GB of GDDR6X memory. It’s also designed for “creators making movies and rendering cinematics” or 8K gaming – provided you’re among the very few people who have an 8K TV. In addition, it said that you’ll only visit a 10 to 15 percent performance boost on the RTX 3080, but you’ll pay over double the purchase price – $1,500 in comparison to $700.
Still, that’s improbable to discourage buyers who would like to buy and flip the cards for a profit – actually, the high price and apology could create more demand even. After all, once the RTX 3080 Founders Edition continued sale, it instantly sold-out and started showing up on eBay for insane prices.