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| GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Now De-listed on NVIDIA's Online Store - tech|
|(hx) 08:17 PM CET - Nov,18 2018 |
| Now the RTX 2080 Ti drama thickens: it seems that NVIDIA has stopped offering the GPU for sale on its official site. While the product page is still up, the part is nowhere to be found on its web store; prospective buyers cannot even sign up for stock notifications. Some say this isn’t peculiar and that the item has always been inconsistently shown on the store, but eTeknix suggests this is a clear sign the 2080 Ti problem is bigger than NVIDIA would like to admit. The fact that it is now de-listed on the web store suggests that this is a bigger problem. Bigger than what NVIDIA would like to admit. If it is indeed only a few "early test escapes" that are faulty, then why de-list the line entirely? Especially if there are new variants ready to replace them, or even new non-faulty variants on the way. If something is wrong with the GPU itself, it is NVIDIA’s responsibility to admit it to consumers instead of trying to hide the issue.
Update: Contrary to reports you might see floating around, the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti has not in fact been delisted and is just out of stock. You can tell by simply heading over to Geforce.com and seeing that the product page is still there and it appears to be undergoing its usual stock refresh cycles.
|Csimbi||(11:01 PM CET - Nov,18 2018 )|
|Just out of stock|
|heretic||(11:43 PM CET - Nov,18 2018 )|
|Csimbi> Just out of stock
yeah...maybe...but alternative story could be:
1. Nvidia realizes the 2080Ti huge failure rate is blowing up out of control.
2. They quietly de-list the product with plans to figure out how the fix this disaster.
3. Media picks up on the de-list sooner than they expect.
4. Nvidia damage control team re-lists the product (as out of stock) and then says "Nah bro... we didn't de-list it, even though people have screenshots CLEARLY SHOWING IT WAS DE-LISTED. It's just "out of stock now"... until it comes back into stock.... after we fix this disaster of a hardware flaw quietly...."
5. Fools believe Nvidia damage control story and attack the people who clearly demonstrated WITH SCREENSHOTS the card vanishing from the site with no reference of it being made on any of the sales pages of Nvidia.com
|gx-x||(05:10 PM CET - Nov,19 2018 )|
|actually, according to retail numbers, failure rate is within 3%, just like for any other product of that type. It's just that, this one is 1300$.
edit: heretic, you posted a link to a video yesterday saying just what I wrote. wth dude :D
|Tom||(05:44 PM CET - Nov,19 2018 )|
|Oh poor Koogle.. his card is a flop! so much for ego boosting.|