The Director of marketing is almost assured to tell you no, it is not worth the wait.
I think people are making too big of a deal out of floating point, at least on the client side.
My Sandy Bridge chip has put out over 130 GFlops, but when I tried to figure out if it mattered or not I couldn't find anything conclusive.
I did tests with my 1090T vs my i5-2500k and while it was before service pack 1 and the floating point isn't fairly represented on the Sandy Bridge chip I'm not sure why it really even matters.
1090T 4.3GHz or 4.4GHz
Whoever said integer core performance of the 1090T was better than the core i7-9x0 chips was clearly mistaken, and it seems to be the most important factor in "is my gpu being bottlenecked?".