NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs are listing at some online stores

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If nothing i hope they'll atleast mention 4070 and 4080.
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I bet this gpu rtx 4090 will be very , very expensive like around $2000US dollars expensive once it goes retail 😱
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chispy:

I bet this gpu rtx 4090 will be very , very expensive like around $2000US dollars expensive once it goes retail 😱
3090ti msrp maybe.
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Undying:

3090ti msrp maybe.
4090 equals 2x 3090s , in my way of thinking maybe nvidia will pull a bad move and up the prices based on performance versus last gen. rtx 3090 , will see soon enough hopefully and i hope i'm wrong my friend as this is getting way out of hand as it is way too much money to play games.
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chispy:

4090 equals 2x 3090s , in my way of thinking maybe nvidia will pull a bad move and up the prices based on performance versus last gen. rtx 3090 , will see soon enough hopefully and i hope i'm wrong my friend as this is getting way out of hand as it is way too much money to play games.
Indeed. They can get away with something like "hey look x2 3090 performance for only 500$ more (3090 being 1500$ and 4090 2000$). I also hope im wrong.
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Undying:

Indeed. They can get away with something like "hey look x2 3090 performance for only 500$ more (3090 being 1500$ and 4090 2000$). I also hope im wrong.
I hope the grand PC gaming audience hasn't become quite yet so gullible they would listen to such words. Every generation is supposed to be stronger than the previous one, otherwise there would be no need to develop and release new generations, so the price can't follow the performance. Otherwise an ordinary graphics card would already cost a modest 100,000 dollars.
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Kaarme:

I hope the grand PC gaming audience hasn't become quite yet so gullible they would listen to such words. Every generation is supposed to be stronger than the previous one, otherwise there would be no need to develop and release new generations, so the price can't follow the performance. Otherwise an ordinary graphics card would already cost a modest 100,000 dollars.
Nvidia has been steadily increasing prices for all tier of their gpus. Its not a shocker if thats the case. Im i gullible thinking we'll be able to get 4070 for 499$? Seems like it.
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Kaarme:

I hope the grand PC gaming audience hasn't become quite yet so gullible they would listen to such words. Every generation is supposed to be stronger than the previous one, otherwise there would be no need to develop and release new generations, so the price can't follow the performance. Otherwise an ordinary graphics card would already cost a modest 100,000 dollars.
I hope the majority aren't dumb enough to fall into the trap either. Time will tell if mining stays dead for a long time (forever would be nice).
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3900 AUD £2300. I'm in! I had saved up £3000 for the energy bills however the government just decided to pay all the extra for me as a loan over 20 years so I have £3000 and a 3090.
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Almost bought one nice 6900XT LC (to check on cache performance) for 1150 to try and retire, or actually reallocate the 980ti on an older EFI legacy board. The bank got me with too many nonsensical security code attached with mine debt card somehow.. so, I just ordered a 1080ti used instead for way less than a third in the hope of getting one without TDR or hard memory fault on the bench, if all good, I'll roll the standard driver under water for another few year to come. GG nvidia.
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Kaarme:

I hope the grand PC gaming audience hasn't become quite yet so gullible they would listen to such words. Every generation is supposed to be stronger than the previous one, otherwise there would be no need to develop and release new generations, so the price can't follow the performance. Otherwise an ordinary graphics card would already cost a modest 100,000 dollars.
This PC gaming audience is nothing more than a bunch of 30, 40, 50 year old men. They have disposable income and they will gobble this card up like like there is no tomorrow. Companies have caught up to this and will squeeze every cent from these aging nerdy men. Kids nowadays are playing free games on their phones and they don't care about 80-90€ sightseeing single player games and 2000€ graphics cards for 4K, 8K, HDR blah blah.
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Give us your thoughts people. Knowing that Nvidia has a TON of chips/cards in the 30 series in stock for AIB partners that they have to move. What do you think the first release price for 4090 will be? I will leave my own tip here after hearing/reading/watching so many videos/podcasts/news clips on the net about the gigantic surplus of 30X series chips still in stock. Does anyone at all think the price of the 4090 will be under 2200$? I cannot see Nvidia letting any card but the 4090 come out in 2022 then 4080 Q1 2023 and then trickle other cards out until summer 2023 for less. If the 40X series are coming out as quickly as one thinks and the prices beeing low do you not think the 3090TI /3080TI would already have gone down to 500$ if the performance increase is real?
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Glottiz:

This PC gaming audience is nothing more than a bunch of 30, 40, 50 year old men. They have disposable income and they will gobble this card up like like there is no tomorrow. Companies have caught up to this and will squeeze every cent from these aging nerdy men. Kids nowadays are playing free games on their phones and they don't care about 80-90€ sightseeing single player games and 2000€ graphics cards for 4K, 8K, HDR blah blah.
You're not wrong but I wouldn't say kids have no interest, they can't have an interest. They have no means to buy all this and their parents sure aren't going to pay for it all.
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Undying:

Nvidia has been steadily increasing prices for all tier of their gpus. Its not a shocker if thats the case. Im i gullible thinking we'll be able to get 4070 for 499$? Seems like it.
Sure, inflation correction alone would explain some price increases, but if the flagship price increased by $500 every generation, let's say every two years, just think about the price 10 years from now. Or look back 5 generations and see if the flagship back then was indeed 2500 dollars cheaper than now. Of course the flagship will always have a looser price tolerance than the lower models, but there are still limits. I'm not saying 4090 couldn't ever be $500 worse in price than 3090 at launch, but it would still be quite a bold experimental price from Nvidia, and 5090 definitely would not continue the trend. From what I've understood, Nvidia and AMD are paying more for the wafers than they used to. The memory as well has got more expensive, and there needs to be more of it. The final selling price has increase far more than simply compensating for these, but it does explain why the prices couldn't stay the same. But then again, the mining craze did screw up the prices in general, straight from the MSRP, especially for the later models. I can't really predict the prices of the new gen, but since I absolutely have to get a new card, I hope they aren't outrageous.
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Definitely not a shop any savvy PC builder uses here in Australia. Most of us use PC Case gear.
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Haha, no one is going to pay $4000 for a graphics card. The 3090s were not even selling when they were released and that was with Etherium Going. Most miners got the 3080 and 3070 as it was faster and cheaper. Now that we have no more mining going on do they really think ANYONE with a BRAIN will pay $4000 for a card for gaming? Yeah, I don't think so. Also for $4000 I could get 3-second hand 3090s, if this is true all this is going to do is increase sales for the 3000 series. Maybe that is what Nvidia wants?
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Let's see what happens. Just a few months ago we weren't sure if video card prices would ever fall worldwide. It was a complete mess. We still have many consumers feeling the pinch in several countries but there is some light at the end of the tunnel. I hope the miners are long gone. I hope the scalpers have inventory and are rotting with it. The scalpers exist because of the consumer. Point blank period. Retailers need to execute hot limited GPUs with 1 purchase per credit card/cash rule. Online and in store. The product is going to sell anyway. Gurus please help me understand this. Approximately 4 months ago many people could not buy a 3000 or 6000 series GPU due to limited stock and price gouging. We constantly read about the manufacturing woes because of COVID-19 which caused a major shortage. Now all of the sudden we have an overstock of graphic cards at the end of their life cycle? Were all of these cards recently made? The overstock isn't from miners because those cards are used and risky to buy correct? I thought manufacturing wasn't going to increase until new factory facilities were completed in 2023? Where is this "overstock" coming from?
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If you want to know how the market feels when a price is announced, watch the relevant share price. All tech stocks are down currently although AMD jumped 8% since 6th Sept. A poorly recieved launch inc prices would wobble NV stock value, and its already on a slide due to low confidance although has climbed the last few days.
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TheDigitalJedi:

Where is this "overstock" coming from?
The NV store room, they produced with the expectation of the mining boom continuing, it didn't and was sudden enough that so many cards were already in production they have amassed a significant stock.