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ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte Galax and Zotac are popular in the US. Zotac less in the last years but is still widely available. Galax is mainly available in the US. Colorful and Inno3D are almost only available in Asia. Inno3D is sometimes available in EU stores but as a budget series. Palit/Gainward is mainly available in the EU and also popular in Asia. They are 2 out of 4 or 5 brands from the same manufacturer. PNY can be more popular in the US than others.I see there are a lot of vendor names I don't recognize, I guess they're not in the US.
Same here... 850W EVGA P6. Both the 3090 Ti and 4090 are 450W, yep. I also run the 3090 TI and 12900K on an 850W unit.Dude from hardware unboxed used an 850w corsair power supply with adapter and got through all the testing just fine. Looks like power draw is roughly equivalent to 3090ti give or take.
That's exactly the rumors that have been going around, yep. There have been massive price drops between that and the mining bust, so there are tons out there. You can find 3080 Ti's for under $800, currently (and for the past couple of weeks).Probably need to whittle down the 3xxx-series inventory before releasing the 4080 and lower cards.