It's so big! Yes that's what she said too. This card uses so much power, it needs 2-connections. And it dominates the competition in games, it really whips the hozers butt, providing the ultimate in fragging experience.
When you hold the card in your hands, you can literally feel the freedom. Regarding the can that got sucked in, well, the can couldn't resist the 4090's power, who could blame it?
You look at that 4090, might as well be 200,000 dollars, as it cuts out the riff raff, cause you know, nobody will be able to afford it. For it is the embodiment of rich entitlement.
The 4090, it's big, it's powerful, and it's way more then she was ready for. Sparks fly, power goes out, well, it was fun. And can you feel the love tonight?
Ok, now to be serious. If you came to me with that question at the beginning of the yea when I bought my new computer, I would have said YES.
But seeing as your asking now. Might as well wait for the new tech next year. But don't expect to afford next gen video cards during a tech shortage. Your looking at an average cost of 1200 Dollars for a GPU next year.
Remember, the earliest the tech shortage can be over is 2023. And that's a best case scenario. It's one of the reasons why I stuck with buying a notebook. I knew I was never going to get a GPU for a desktop.