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MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio 24GB GDDR6X Video Card - MSRP $2299.99 Pre-order

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Dec 21, 2014
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[Best Buy] MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio 24GB GDDR6X Video Card - MSRP $2299.99 Pre-order

Available for pre-order. Ship in Jan. Not really is a deal but for people are trying to get the card, it is an opportunity.
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Nov 16, 2011
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It has been available for backorder since 7pm last night, I doubt they will have stock to fulfill all these orders.
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Same price at Canada Computers, but OOS for now.
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Mar 15, 2019
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"Popular items like this one sell out quickly!"


why not $500 above MSRP if demand is so high
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Same price as my car ive driven for 7 years. If anyone wants to trade lmk
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Jan 6, 2010
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Don't do it. Don't feed Jensen.
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One can buy a mid-range pc and still have some $$$ left over for a Xbox or PS5 for this price
Just saying.
Jr. Member
Jul 11, 2021
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If you want to see what Red Dead Redemption 2 / Cyberpunk look like in VR at max settings & 90fps then this is the card you want. It's like a glimpse into the future.

It offers more than upgrading to a Quest Pro at least.
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Jun 19, 2009
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Whatever happened to the good old days of spending $200-300 on a nice mid tier GPU, or splurge and buy a $500-650 high end gpu.


Maybe i'm just old, but it doesn't make sense for 1 component of a PC now to cost more than 2-3x times the rest of all the other parts.
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Vote with your wallet. The level of price increase Nvidia is putting on these cards is obscene. We hated the scalpers, but now all of a sudden we're ok with Nvidia doing the gouging at the source? Screw that, and screw this ludicrously expensive card.
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The prices are high but trying to get upset at the 2090 model is also crazy... It's not meant for you... It's also prob one the best upgrades per price point I have seen in a long time...
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Yes, keep buying stuff at these inflated prices. Interest rates aren't high enough yet :)
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I am in.

Same question, why dyson vacuum $800 and 3 in 1 stick vacuum $20

Same story, u think worth it, then that is the reason to buy.
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cheapjing wrote: I am in.

Same question, why dyson vacuum $800 and 3 in 1 stick vacuum $20

Same story, u think worth it, then that is the reason to buy.
Sure, quality matters.

But what if my Dyson costs me $800 then two years later when you go to buy yourself one, it costs you $2000? I am guessing you wouldn't be so high on Dyson at that point.
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AA7HBS wrote: Sure, quality matters.

But what if my Dyson costs me $800 then two years later when you go to buy yourself one, it costs you $2000? I am guessing you wouldn't be so high on Dyson at that point.
I mean...I bought my Dyson cordless vacuum for $150 several years ago. Now the V15 is like $1k...it's more or less the same thing.
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Nov 19, 2017
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AA7HBS wrote: Vote with your wallet. The level of price increase Nvidia is putting on these cards is obscene. We hated the scalpers, but now all of a sudden we're ok with Nvidia doing the gouging at the source? Screw that, and screw this ludicrously expensive card.

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Your chart actually shows the 4090 is a pretty good value considering the price point and the performance you get.

These new cards are massive. Have massive dies, and massive coolers. This will increase costs compared to old gens. Stuff like the metal in the heatsinks has not got cheaper with time, and now much more of it is used. They all have far more components compared to previous generations, and these components aren't getting cheaper either, only more expensive. So the cards will get more expensive. These aren't 8800's with tiny single slot coolers with small dies and small, simple VRM stages.

The 4080 is considerably a bad value, given the slight cost decrease, with fairly significant performance loss compared to the 4090. But the 4090 is subjectively the best current value for high end gaming rigs.

I understand the value of the 4090, and preordered one last night. It's a better price/performance ratio than the 4080, 7900 XTX, and 3090ti. So if you want high end, its the only option that makes sense.
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Buy brand name products = purchase the value of yourself
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RickJamesWasRight wrote: Your chart actually shows the 4090 is a pretty good value considering the price point and the performance you get.

These new cards are massive. Have massive dies, and massive coolers. This will increase costs compared to old gens. Stuff like the metal in the heatsinks has not got cheaper with time, and now much more of it is used. They all have far more components compared to previous generations, and these components aren't getting cheaper either, only more expensive. So the cards will get more expensive. These aren't 8800's with tiny single slot coolers with small dies and small, simple VRM stages.

The 4080 is considerably a bad value, given the slight cost decrease, with fairly significant performance loss compared to the 4090. But the 4090 is subjectively the best current value for high end gaming rigs.

I understand the value of the 4090, and preordered one last night. It's a better price/performance ratio than the 4080, 7900 XTX, and 3090ti. So if you want high end, its the only option that makes sense.
thats okay. if you want to buy this overprice card, go for it. no need to justify the reason for the luxury item. If it makes you happy and you can afford it, go for it.
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Nov 19, 2017
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AA7HBS wrote: Sure, quality matters.

But what if my Dyson costs me $800 then two years later when you go to buy yourself one, it costs you $2000? I am guessing you wouldn't be so high on Dyson at that point.
Except new gen cards are massive. Have more memory than most peoples systems, have massive coolers, massive dies, massive VRM layouts. These don't get cheaper. You can't compare previous generations of cards to new gens. Because newer generations have more complex designs, more components, bigger heatsinks, bigger PCBs. These things aren't really getting cheaper with time, because they all are made from valuable resources. More resources, means higher costs.
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Dec 18, 2018
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RickJamesWasRight wrote: Your chart actually shows the 4090 is a pretty good value considering the price point and the performance you get.

These new cards are massive. Have massive dies, and massive coolers. This will increase costs compared to old gens. Stuff like the metal in the heatsinks has not got cheaper with time, and now much more of it is used. They all have far more components compared to previous generations, and these components aren't getting cheaper either, only more expensive. So the cards will get more expensive. These aren't 8800's with tiny single slot coolers with small dies and small, simple VRM stages.

The 4080 is considerably a bad value, given the slight cost decrease, with fairly significant performance loss compared to the 4090. But the 4090 is subjectively the best current value for high end gaming rigs.

I understand the value of the 4090, and preordered one last night. It's a better price/performance ratio than the 4080, 7900 XTX, and 3090ti. So if you want high end, its the only option that makes sense.
thats okay. if you want to buy this overprice card, go for it. no need to justify the reason for the luxury item. If it makes you happy and you can afford it, go for it.

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