Desktop is definitely better set to the panel's native res. It's pretty easy to scale in Windows to make everything usable at 4K. Linux is a different story.
Gaming at a lower resolution than native is where anti-aliasing comes in. Traditional AA has usually had some performance hit to...
From that Guru3D post:
"Note that 100,000 units do not equal the total number of GPUs made or sold. Instead, it is the number of chips that were sent to partners so they could make RTX 4090 models."
100,000 worldwide is a pittance. That's not 100,000 FE cards, that's total for all manufacturers.
Right now? Not finding it. Next month? Maybe.
The Nvidia adapter is, according to Igor, made by 2 manufacturers in Taiwan. How's that going for 4090 owners?
I'd rather Corsair had their cable in stock and Cooler Master also had one available, but that's not the case.
3x8pin to 16 pin 12VHPWR for a couple different modular power supply plug configurations. Make sure the cable you order is compatible with your power supply.
The one marked Corsair compatible looks to match both my Corsair RM1000 (bought in 2016)...