Pakistani Merchants Get Greedy – Palit Distributor Already Scalping NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060’s Ahead of Launch For $750 USD
10 February 2021

Shalom Aleichem.

I’m sure you are aware of the RTX 3060 at this point, announced during NVIDIA’s CES 2021 conference with a leaked embargo stating for reviewers to receive their RTX 3060 units from February 19th along with reviews / “launch” date being set for the last week of the month.

However these plans have gone awry as it has been pictured that the Pakistani dealer known as ZAH Computers, an official distributor of Palit graphics cards have already listed and are selling Palit branded GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards for 120,000 PKR (Pakistani Rupees) which when converted equates to $749.40 USD.

This is absolutely beyond hysterical as ZAH Computers are selling plethora’s of RTX 3060 graphics cards more than half a month earlier than their supposed slated launch date for double the stated MSRP of which the RTX 3060 was announced at the fake price of $329 USD.

But we can’t deny that Pakistan would otherwise have additional taxes and fees when it comes to the sale of such goods but nonetheless $750 USD for a mere 3060 is fucking laughable.

In another case of “I don’t know who’s Grabblering who anymore” consumers are fighting miners who are buying up what little supply there is for RTX 3000 GPUs on top of the retailers who are stocking up and price gouging to increase their own profit margins.

Whereas the case with ZAH Computers is that they’ve purposefully stocked up on Palit and Zotac GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards while claiming to be the “official distributor” of their wares whilst completely disregarding NVIDIA’s own NDA policies selling such an entry level product weeks before launch for the barbaric price of $750 USD is downright usury.

Considering the fact that’s probably majority of the world’s initial supply of RTX 3060’s sitting somewhere in the middle of Pakistan while every other Ampere product is sold out, you can bet your ass that some retarded shitskins have already bought one just because of the fact that it’s there and available.

The fact that there’s an abundance of RTX 3060’s in a turd world country such as Pakistan confuses me, perhaps there’s something bigger going on here that we just don’t realize. Perhaps NVIDIA are getting larger kickbacks by providing more stock to markets that are rather uncontrolled and rampant with price gouging, I know for a fact that Indian retailers are incentivized to buy NVIDIA stock by receiving special deals, of which they then markup AMD products beyond the price of NVIDIA’s offerings.


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