Ah ok, thanks for the info, will see if I can get one, is 4GB enough?
It depends, are you looking to play just some Indie or non AAA games then maybe, but imho I'd go with at least 8GB (AT LEAST 8GB). Also with today's higher end titles that are coming out their requiring something a little better than an RTX 2080, just saying that I recommend nothing less than an RTX 2080Ti 8GB or RTX 2080 Super.
Here's some recommended specs for The Last of Us Part I and this is a remake, there's titles that are much more graphics demanding. A RTX 2070 Super is more or less an RTX 2080, so you would be at the lower end of the totem pole for a game like this.
CPU: Intel i7-10700K or AMD Ryzen 5800X
RAM: 32 GB
GPU: Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti or AMD RX 6800 XT
Direct X Version: DX 12
Storage: 85 GB SSD
Notes: 1440p/60 fps ultra settings.
Dying Light 2: (with this one the 2080Ti wouldn't cut it
Recommended System Requirements (for 1080p resolution/60 frames per second)
CPU: Intel Core i5-8600K / AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB
OS: Windows 10
Available storage space: 60GB SSD
Cyberpunk 2077: (with this one the 2080Ti wouldn't cut it
Recommended Requirements: 1440p Ultra Ray Tracing
CPU: Core i7-6700 or Ryzen 5 3600
GPU: RTX 3070 (or RX 6800 XT)
RAM: 16GB RAM
Storage: 70GB SSD storage
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Target: 1440p RT Ultra
Today's games are much more demanding than they were say 5 years ago or even 3 years ago in relation to the graphics cards at that time. To play some of these you'd have to turn your setting way down just to be able to play them.