CES 2022: NVIDIA Teases GeForce RTX 3090 Ti
One More Thing…
We didn’t get a formal announcement as such, but NVIDIA did tease the rumored GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card. Described as “a monster GPU”, NVIDIA shared limited details about the new card, but offered that it will sport 24 GB of 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory – a significant bump over the original RTX 3090’s 19.5 Gbps memory.
“The RTX 3090 Ti offers a full implementation of the GA102 GPU. This card will not only feature more cores but also faster memory than the original RTX 3090 GPU.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti ships with 10752 CUDA cores and 24GB GDDR6X memory. It is NVIDIA’s first model to feature 21 Gbps 16Gb modules, which is part is the reason why this card has a higher TDP of 450W, over 100W more than the RTX 3090 model. It is also the first GPU to utilize a 16-pin power connector, which will hopefully become a standard that will replace standard 8-pin power connectors.
The new flagship GPU has a boost clock of 1860 MHz unlocking nearly 40 TFLOPs of single-precision compute power, a compute performance not available to any NVIDIA Ampere GPU yet.”
You can visit the post at VideoCardz.com to see their RTX 3090 Ti spec table.
We will have to wait until later this month for NVIDIA to officially reveal everything, but I think we can safely assume it won’t be especially easy to find, and will cost more than the original.