Rumor: Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti graphics card set to launch on January 27
Nvidia’s RTX 3090 Ti graphics card could arrive on January 27, along with the high-end Ampere graphics card that comes with 24GB of RAM.
If true, the information is for the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X 24GB graphics card from MSI, with full name and VRAM loading confirmed. the video memory is 21 Gbps of GDDR6X RAM and the 3090 Ti would have 10,752 CUDA cores.
As you may recall, this has all been speculated before, but the new leak comes courtesy of a claimed NDA letter from MSI, which VideoCardz obtained, with the tech site claiming to have contacted other sources within the. industry who have confirmed that the document is legitimate. But, of course, you have to proceed with extreme caution.
As we said at the start, this confirms a number of previous rumors regarding the apparently incoming RTX 3090 Ti, including the most recently leaked photos of the packaging of an Asus TUF Gaming 3090 Ti. This showed what looked like the second number in the amount of VRAM on the box, a cutoff “4” – which corresponds to 24GB RAM, of course, so everything fits.
Previous gossip points to a TDP of 450W rather than 350W with the base 3090, so that’s a big step forward, and concern is that the possible performance gains – which could be pretty slim based on specs. rumors – hardly going to match up with that huge dollop of extra power that the board could take in, and that cooling can be a thorny issue as a result.
Another interesting point with this leak from Asus is that it showed a beefier cooler, further bolstering rumors that the RTX 3090 Ti’s power consumption will (predictably) be higher than the Vanilla 3090 – theoretically a lot. higher.
That said, those who want the most powerful GPU for their platform probably won’t care much (and of course, for some people, bragging rights alone will be reason enough to get the 3090 Ti). .
Anyway, hopefully we’ll see the RTX 3050 next month as well, according to speculation, because it’s the graphics card buyers really need – a relatively wallet-friendly GPU, and not another one on one. exorbitantly priced (and let’s face it, excessively powerful for the vast majority) high-end option.
Summary of the news:
- Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti graphics card set to launch on January 27
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