Hard to say, but with the current economic climate, I'd imagine many of your average consumers who are gamers on PC are waiting to see what is available at the 200-400 USD price point with another more gamer focused crowd waiting to see what hits in the 400-700 USD price points.
I have a feeling that anything between 700 to whatever the absolute best video card is priced at (currently 4090 pricing) is going to have a rough time generating a lot of interest and sales. There will be some that are interested in cards in that price range, but it may be the lowest level of interest in that price range since before the first crypto wave. Pure speculation on my part based on the world economy combined with what I'm hearing around town here and there currently not being a really viable way to recoup or defray the cost of the card (cryptocurrency or gov't subsidies, for example).
Thus, I'm interested to see if the 4070 Ti or AMD's 7800 cards (assuming they are between 700 - 850 USD) can manage to sell out during it's first month of availability or if it'll be like the 4080 where there's plenty of stock on store shelves.