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Henry Cavill Once Again Shows His Nerd Allegiance In New Instagram Post

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Henry Cavill Once Again Shows His Nerd Allegiance In New Instagram Post

Being a gamer and a nerd isn't something exclusive to just you and I - there are certain celebrities that love nerd culture just as much as we do. We haven't asked Miley Cyrus if she's into Warhammer 40K, and we haven't consulted Tom Cruise on if he needs a new Valorant team, but we do know Henry Cavill is making improvements to his gaming PC.

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The actor known for his roles like Geralt of Rivia in Netflix's The Witcher and Superman, is starting his own projects during the Christmas break, and in the process flexes his brand new graphics card. A new Instagram post from the actor says, "My Christmas break is creeping ever closer and I have some projects to attend to. The second one is definitely the Christmas tree... #Priorities #PCUpgrade".


And you know, it's pretty rude. Henry Cavill is already Henry Cavill - so he's a cut above the regular human.But now he's Henry Cavill with an RTX 3090. That's OP, not allowed whatsoever. We're just a little bitter, the RTX 3090 has been out of stock everywhere for the months after its release. Nvidia did a good job with their latest line and if Mr. Cavill wants to play the newest offerings from his buddies at CD Projekt Red (the makers of The Witcher game series) the 3090 is definitely the way to do it.

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We've gawked over Cavill and his PC endeavours before. In July, Cavill built the gaming PC we see in the Instagram post, and the internet went a little wild. The 5-minute video is just a regular ol' PC build except we're watching somebody with great body fat percentage do it. Weird how that improves the viewing experience somewhat.

In any case, we wish a good day to Henry Cavill and his 3090. Enjoy your Christmas break, Geralt.

Featured Image Credit: Henry Cavill (via Instagram)

Topics: News, The Witcher 3

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