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  • NotWearingPants
    +6

    I'm not sure retailers really care who is buying them.

    • drunkenninja
      +9

      The Memory Express staff do try and inquire about what the person will be doing with them, and then it's their call if they want to offer them reserve stock or not. Most places offer reserve stock to only gamers as they know they are the better business in the long term.

  • WhoNeedszZz
    +6

    Sadly, unless Nvidia can keep up with manufacturing of the mining specific cards it won't make a difference because when those run out of stock the miners will just buy GTX cards anyway as they don't care what they use. They would have to come up with a way of making mining impossible on GTX cards and I'm not sure how they would accomplish that or if it is even possible.

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