RTX 3090 Ti

The NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti could launch on March 29, according to Chiphell sources. This is the GPU’s first full-fat GA102 die and will feature 24GB of GDDR6X memory. It is also expected to support the PCIe Gen 5 standard. Additionally, it will be the first consumer GPU to break the thousand-gigabyte-per-second memory bandwidth barrier. Custom AIB models will feature a 520-watt TDP.

Rumors have suggested that the new NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti graphics card will launch at CES 2022. During the press conference, NVIDIA announced that more details would be revealed later in the month.

The company is still working out details about its flagship graphics card, but it is expected to be unveiled on March 29. As of now, NVIDIA hasn’t released any official information. Instead, consumers will have to rely on rumors to find out more about the new GPU.

Early CES predictions for the new GPU have been a little off. It is unclear how far ahead NVIDIA will release this card, but it is likely to be a significant upgrade to the GeForce RTX 3090.

The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is expected to have 24GB of single-sided GDDR6X memory and 21GB of memory. This is the most expensive and fastest graphics card ever made, and is expected to have some serious drawbacks.

Source: Chiphell

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