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MSI 3090 Ti Suprim - $1492.35 ATL - OOS

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[Amazon.ca] MSI 3090 Ti Suprim - $1492.35 ATL - OOS

3090ti Suprim for 1492.35 about 5 left in stock at posting. ATL for this specific card. Note: shipped and sold by Amazon.

For those who are looking to pass the 4xxx series this may be a good candidate if you need that raw dawg power now.

Happy hunting!

Update: 2 left in stock @ 10:57 am

Update: OOS.
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Paid 2x the price 8 months ago for a Strix 3090. Biggest investment failure this year.
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I’m still waiting to see if November 3rd brings a 7800XT that’s less or better than this, but after NVIDIAs conference, I can see why you’d stop holding.
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FeralWalrus wrote: I’m still waiting to see if November 3rd brings a 7800XT that’s less or better than this, but after NVIDIAs conference, I can see why you’d stop holding.
Yeah, with the 4090's being roughly 2200 CDN on release and the 4080's coming out in November it's tough. AMD hasn't been kind to me in the past even though the value is so good most of the time, so I'm stuck with the green stuff.
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TurquoiseA wrote: Paid 2x the price 8 months ago for a Strix 3090. Biggest investment failure this year.
“Investing” in gpus lmao
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I got a plain ol 3090 for $1000 warehouse deals. The 3090 ti is only 10 - 15% faster. For machine learning and exploring, the 4090 is not very compelling with the same amount of memory and more than double the price, though I guess under some circumstances it can be serveral times faster, that's dependant on the data being on the board, and the bus speed is the big holdup there, where again there is not much difference between models.

The other nice thing about the plain ol 3090 is they typically take three or fewer slots, so they're easier to fit and cool.
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davidm wrote: I got a plain ol 3090 for $1000 warehouse deals. The 3090 ti is only 10 - 15% faster. For machine learning and exploring, the 4090 is not very compelling with the same amount of memory and more than double the price, though I guess under some circumstances it can be serveral times faster, that's dependant on the data being on the board, and the bus speed is the big holdup there, where again there is not much difference between models.

The other nice thing about the plain ol 3090 is they typically take three or fewer slots, so they're easier to fit and cool.
I think NVIDIA is hoping you believe it’s 4x faster than a 3090 and not notice that’s only with DLSS 3.

The halo tier cards have never been a great value. You’re paying more than double for 50% more gaming performance (maybe) which is kind of okay for this tier of product.
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TurquoiseA wrote: Paid 2x the price 8 months ago for a Strix 3090. Biggest investment failure this year.
Calling any piece of computer hardware an investment is a failure in itself. Prices always come down over time, this has been the norm for years. Highest end always has the furthest to fall.

(Full disclosure, also have a 3090, and yeah it sucks it’s worth like under half what I paid aswell, but that’s pretty expected for a 2year old card flagship)
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Keep these stats in mind for perspective. [Card, Launch Date, Launch MSRP (USD)]
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craeyon wrote: Keep these stats in mind for perspective. [Card, Launch Date, Launch MSRP (USD)]
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And I guess slot in

4080 (…) 12GB $899

4080 16GB $1199

4090 24 GB $1599
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U4LIFE wrote: Calling any piece of computer hardware an investment is a failure in itself. Prices always come down over time, this has been the norm for years. Highest end always has the furthest to fall.

(Full disclosure, also have a 3090, and yeah it sucks it’s worth like under half what I paid aswell, but that’s pretty expected for a 2year old card flagship)
It's kind of an investment. I've wasted so much time agonizing over computer purchases, I now include a column for "time wasted." If you know, for better or worse, you're going to buy something, it can be better to get it over with so you stop wasting time.
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danascully wrote: “Investing” in gpus lmao
Whenever you spend your limited "resources", it's an investment imo.
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TurquoiseA wrote: Whenever you spend your limited "resources", it's an investment imo.
Calling all spending as an investment is kinda silly man.

Investment spending is generally future facing with potential to make money. Spending on toys like a graphics card or ps5 or a restaurants or going to the bar, all just discretionary spending.

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