EVGA has changed the algorithms for creating a virtual queue for adapters

EVGA, which sells graphics cards directly on its website in select markets, has decided to slightly increase the chances of some gamers purchasing GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards. 

On the company's website, you can pre-order, thus becoming a virtual queue. The innovation concerns the principle of the formation of this queue. The bottom line is that now accounts from which the current generation of Nvidia cards was not previously purchased will have priority in the queue. And those accounts from which purchases have already been made will be placed lower in the queue.  

The company hopes that such an algorithm will allow gamers who really need new cards to get a better chance of purchasing an adapter. In EVGA's opinion, this approach is fairer given the current situation.

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