A gamer was unlucky when he ordered an expensive Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti graphics card from a reputable seller Amazon but received all sand.
Being a gamer can be an expensive hobby, especially for those who like to build PCs. Buying a new CPU or graphics card can really take a toll on the wallet, and products from Nvidia or AMD are a prime example of how expensive a gamer can be. Because of the price, gamers always want to buy these items from the most reputable parties, but one unlucky gamer has discovered that even using the most famous online store in the world does not work. Make sure you receive the correct product.
Mauricio Takeda aka MauriSousa on TikTok didn’t even receive any products when ordering an Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti GPU. As reported by Videocardz, Takeda filmed the opening of the newly-delivered box because there seemed to be something suspicious about the weight of the box. When I opened the box, inside was a plastic food container and a few jars, all filled with sand, and the Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti had “evaporated”.
After contacting Amazon, a reply was sent to Takeda, but simply containing a link to delete Takeda’s Amazon account. Only when the story was published and the customer filed a lawsuit in court did the company offer to settle the matter. Although Takeda bought an Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti during the Prime Day sale, he still had to pay the amount of $2,637 or about VND 60 million, which is not an amount that many people are willing to shell out. pondering thought.
There have been several discounted items from both Nvidia and AMD during this year’s Amazon Prime Day event, and the recent drop in crypto market value has helped drive down the price of GPU cards even more. In fact, graphics card prices have dropped 50% since January. After about two years of gamers and PC builders struggling to get the hardware they wanted, things are finally getting better. It’s a pity that this gamer had to go through a rather unlucky incident as soon as it was easier to buy an Nvidia card, even at a reputable seller like Amazon, hopefully everything will be resolved. Satisfactory decision for this unlucky guy.
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