Nvidia has officially revealed the RTX 3090 Ti graphics card, which looks set to become the most powerful graphics card on the market.
Nvidia unveiled the GPU during its CES 2022 showcase, confirming that the component will indeed feature 21 Gbps memory to give it a performance boost over the standard RTX 3090.
Nvidia didn’t reveal much more information though, with release date and pricing details still under wraps. But Nvidia did confirm that it will be revealing more details later this month.
For more details on the Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti, keep reading on and keep this page bookmarked for future updates.
The Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti was officially unveiled on 4 January 2022, but the company hasn’t confirmed when you’ll be able to buy it just yet.
However, VideoCardz claims that the new graphics card could be available to buy on 27 January 2022 following an embargo leak. Nvidia did say more information will be provided “later this month” so this date seems plausible.
There’s no official word on the Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti price just yet, but Wccftech claims that Nvidia could stick to the same $1499 starting price that it used when it first launched the RTX 3090.
If accurate, we’d expect the existing Nvidia RTX 3090 graphics card to see a price cut. That said, with the GPU shortage still ongoing, it will likely be difficult to buy the graphics cards at their intended retail prices.
Nvidia has confirmed that the RTX 3090 Ti will feature 24GB GDDR6X memory, which is the same as the standard RTX 3090. However, Nvidia has been able to increase the memory speed from 19.5Gbps to 21Gbps, which should result in a noticeable performance uplift.
Nvidia also revealed that the RTX 3090 Ti will feature 40 Shader teraflops, 78 RT teraflops and 320 Tensor teraflops. The company didn’t say what kind of performance boost we can expect from those spec upgrades though, so we’ll have to wait for the official launch for more details.
Rumours also indicate that the RTX 3090 Ti could have a 450W TDB, which means it could see significantly higher power consumption than the RTX 3090 with its 350W TDB. So while you may be getting an improved performance, it’s important to remember it could also be more demanding on your PSU. Nvidia hasn’t confirmed this though, so it may well turn out to be inaccurate.
We’ll make sure to update this article with more details once we get closer to the launch, so make sure to keep this article bookmarked.