Except that with PSUs, you have no shortage of options for most power requirements if you don't want to pay $400
If you want to play video games, you've got an enormous range of options too, from the (essentially free) iGPU, to $100 AIBs, $250 AIBs, and up. But if you want to play bleeding-edge games at high resolutions, expect to pay a bleeding-edge price.
The incessant whining of your ilk grew too tiresome many years ago. Having $1,600 doesn't really make you any more special than the rest of us
Alas, I own no $1600 card, nor even an $800 one. I do, however, understand basic economics. You can understand it too, or you can continue to sniffle and stamp your feet. NVidia could surrender its profit entirely, and the price of these cards would barely budge. That situation isn't going to change until TSMC either manages to improve current yields, and/or decides it's amortized enough of its fab costs to dramatically cut rates.