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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Series

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RTX 30 Series Graphic Cards FAQ  

Your Frequently Asked Questions Answered. 

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FAQs - Order Purchases Enquiry 

We at PCByte endeavor to have your orders dispatched out within 1-2 business days. However, due to a global shortage of these cards, we are unable to provide an accurate ETA for the time being.

Yes, you can! Please visit your ‘My Account’ under ‘Order Status/History’ to request for cancellation. Feel free to reach us here if you need additional help. All refunds will be processed the next business day but can take up to 5-7 business days, or more, for the amount to reflect in your bank account. 

As everyone is aware, there is an extreme global shortage of these cards due to the unexpected demand. The manufacturers also have a limited ability to provide an ETA to when they will be back in stock. As soon as there is an update, our team here at PCByte will be reaching out to you. 

Given the limited number of cards available, this was implemented to ensure that everyone gets an equal chance to secure one until the supply of the graphic cards improves. We at PCByte apologize for the inconvenience caused.

Once you have selected a different card and canceled your earlier order, you will be at the back of the queue. It wouldn’t be fair to other PCByte customers who are waiting for their cards as well. 

Yes, you can. However, you will still be moved back to the queue of the card you decided on as it is on a first come first serve basis. 

Due to an unexpected surge of demand, the stock is limited. Nevertheless, we at PCByte are doing our best to secure as many cards as we can to cater to our customers. 

FAQs - Product Related Enquiry 

Answers Were Retrieved From NVIDIA

NVIDIA is constantly analyzing the memory requirements of the latest games. They also regularly review them with game developers to understand the memory needs for current and upcoming games. RTX3080 aims to provide better performance up to a 4k resolution with all the settings maxed out with the best possible price. 

Yes, it does. The NVIDIA Ampere Architecture supports the highest HDMI 2.1 link rate of 12Gbs/lane across all four lanes and supports Display Stream Compression (DSC) to be able to power up to 8K, 60Hz in HDR.

The RTX 30 series supports a 10bit HDR. HDMI 2.1 can support up to 8K@60Hz with 12bit HDR, which covers 10bit HDR displays.

NVIDIA has focused its improvements on the video decode and added AV1 decode support for their RTX 30 Series. In regards to the encoder, the RTX 30 Series has the same encoder as their RTX 20 Series counterparts. NVIDIA has also updated its Encoder SDK. Livestream applications will also be updated to the newer version of the SDK, unlocking new performance options for streamers.