Speaking of, 3090 prices dropped drastically. maybe it is not such a bad choice right now.I think Nvidia is trying to milk the whales as often as possible - How many whales are there .
Even people who buy latest iPhone and Samsung phones are staggering their purchases .
Remember lots of RTX1080 plus holders various variants happily gloating about holding their cards so long - and great value over time.
Nvidia , AMD have a telling coming next year - what to do? - Intel will be happy to flood market with cheap cards .
Will Nvidia try and bundle excess stock to likes of Dell , Alienware etc
Definitely see deals next year get a discount and 2 AAA games etc
Plus given speed of GPU advancement - if you are happy at moment - just wait for 5060 midrange etc - they are going to be powerful cards .
These GPU manufacturer have a well known problem - airline seats , hotel rooms , concert tickets - how to get the right amount for each sector of the market .
You as a consumer have battle these with knowledge how to get a AAA car rental - for the y ( economy price ) .
My advice play a waiting game .
So you brought a 3090ti for $2000 do you really want to admit a $1000 loss in 1 year by buying a 4090 now
Although I need to check its performance vs 4090