Facepalm: It may take a while for your GPU commands to be met, but what do you do when you've been waiting for a year and haven't arrived yet? Apparently resort to bribery. Baking a cake with a cake is funny, if this happens to you, please report the store for fraud and talk to your bank about canceling the fee.
A man in Poland ordered an RTX 3080 in September last year. After bragging in the store that he had ordered not enough GPUs from Nvidia and AIB, he sent them an anniversary cake to thank them for their time.
Come on, he got his GPU in a few days later.
(in Polish "A Year Together", his order number printed below). p>
Stories and photos by Baker, E-Torty Shared. They called it one of their most interesting orders. They have shared the customer's main message with them, which can be easily translated from Polish as follows:>
I want to send a cake to this store: ██████
I want to send them an anniversary cake to remind them that they haven't They placed my RTX 3080 order exactly one year ago. They claim that the manufacturer sent nothing.
I like to say on the cake: "One year together 600000022222."
For the cake itself, I want a medium-sized cheesecake.
"It worked!" says E-Torty in her Facebook post, "You made it!" It was sent to them. Shortly after the cake was delivered.
Although E-Torty is hiding the store's name, VideoCardz has done some work and identified it as a Polish retailer of X-kom. They have a bit of a reputation for lateness and bad customer service.