Nvidia may be launching an RTX 3090 Ti after all

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It looks like Nvidia may be sticking with the iconic TI branding, as the rumored RTX 3090 Super could be the RTX 3090 Ti instead. But the change isn’t just in the name, as the rumored graphics card will have more CUDA cores, faster memory, and more.

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According to VideoCardz sources, the RTX 3090 Ti will apparently have up to 450W TGP (Total Graphics Power), which is 100W more than the standard RTX 3090. And while this sounds like a lot of power, remember that it hasn’t been confirmed by Nvidia, and you should take it with a grain of salt.

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These sources also claim that the RTX 3090 Ti will launch in January 2022, probably at CES 2022 alongside the RTX 3070 Ti 16GB and RTX 2060 12GB. Of course, the GPU as well as the release date are still unconfirmed information, so take it with a grain of salt.

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And with how expensive the RTX 3090 is already, we don’t know if Nvidia has plans to replace it with a more powerful version, and we won’t know what Team Green is planning until it brings back the curtain. decides not to pull. Hopefully, we’ll see it at CES, because that show isn’t too far away.

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Preliminary rumors suggested that the GPU would also feature a new power connector, although it is not confirmed whether it will be compatible with the PCIe Gen5 interface. But, that’s highly unlikely, as Nvidia probably won’t introduce a new interface until the middle of a generation – we’ll see PCIE 5.0 at the earliest, starting with the RTX 4080 in 2022.

The new and improved GPU is rumored to have 10,752 CUDA cores, which is 256 more than the existing RTX 3090 and 2 additional RT cores. VRAM can be clocked at 21 Gbps, compared to 19.5Gbps, and has 24GB of GDDR6X memory. The faster memory would potentially give it over 1TB of memory bandwidth, which would be excellent for creatives.

Because if Nvidia does launch this thing, and it happens to be more expensive than a basic graphics card, it’ll likely be out of reach for most gamers, and will instead appeal more to creative professionals, who want to make it into Blender or more. Would use in something like Adobe. premiere.

After all, while Nvidia originally introduced the GeForce RTX 3090 as an “8K graphics card,” it was a replacement for the Titan RTX, which was not a gaming card. But Nvidia is selling almost all of its gaming cards anyway, even with inflated prices, so it’s possible that the company will take advantage of this to sell even more powerful GPUs.

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