GeForce RTX 3080 and 3090 graphics cards, of course, are very powerful and impressive with their performance, but they will be remembered more for their inaccessibility than this. These graphics cards have been purchased worldwide literally in the first hours, if not minutes, and it is still unclear when to expect new deliveries.
It seems that a similar situation has occurred with the RTX 3090, despite the price. The maps are also not available on any major U.S. marketplace, on many European sites and on the official Nvidia website. Most likely, they are nowhere to be found at all. Just wishing to buy the RTX 3090 because of the huge price was much less, so there is no such hype as in the case of RTX 3080.
However, the opposite is also true: there were obviously few people who wanted to buy a card for at least 1500 dollars, but there are no adapters anyway, which means that the first batch of RTX 3090 was also miserable, if not less than in the case of RTX 3080.
Against this background, AMD’s “promise” not to repeat such a situation with the launch of its new cards Radeon can’t help but gladden.