We do not know how much he pay to himself which should eat into his profit since he is working 40 hours a week and the wages of his two staffs and employer taxes. I assuming since he is operating a business, he will have to get liability insurance and he does have warehouse rental cost. So I say...
Here is the list of the Desktop CPU I had and or purchase.
Intel Pentium 2 233 Mhz
Intel Pentium 3 667 Mhz
AMD Athlon XP Barton 2500+ 1867Mhz
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
Intel Ivybridge i5 3570K
Intel Coffee Lake i7 8700K
Intel Coffer Lake i5 9400F x2
AMD Ryzen 2600X
AMD Ryzen 3600
Card itself was about $1050 but you have to buy a motherboard as well which was between $150 and $550 if my memory serves me.
Edit: Just remembered I still had it open, card is $1,023.75 and mobo price is between $169.99 and $749.99.
Hindsight is 20/20, it is better to exit while you are ahead of the game instead of being left holding the bag, but at the price point you bought it, you had a huge buffer before go to left holding the bag.
It probably helps the WSB traders that the short position for Gamestop exceeds 120% as last reported on 01/15/2021 to drive the price at an insane level. While some hedge fund losses money, I do think a lot of WSB traders will lose a lot of their money still thinking the squeeze is still in...
It it definitely a risk as you know there will be an eventual fall, it is just a matter of when it is going to fall. In the mean time, enjoy the LOL as shorts are getting killed in GME and other heavily shorted stocks.
It is, and it will sale as it is price very competitively to 3090, but not everyone is going to run a AMD 5000 series CPU so it will be interesting to see where the performance lands if you dont have those function enable.
I did notice AMD graph shows SAM and Rage Mode enable when competing against the 3090. Wouldn't be interesting to see how well it performs with those features off. I am still betting it will be just fine against the 3090 but by how much.