Rumor mill: After hearing many rumors about the RTX 3090 Super, it is now being claimed that Nvidia is indeed going to release a monstrous 400W + graphics card, but it will not use the ‘Super’ brand name: it will be the RTX 3090 Ti.
Latest statement from VideoCardz, claims the RTX 3090 Ti will have a TDP of 450W – 100W more than the regular RTX 3090. This is in line with the 400W + TDP of the previously rumored RTX 3090 Super.
Interestingly, the RTX 3090 Ti may have a new 16-pin Micro-Fit power connector (below), which will presumably become the new standard for PCIe Gen 5. This suggests that the card will be interface-compatible, although Nvidia may retain this feature. for its high-end RTX 4000 series.
The RTX 3090 Ti specs are about as impressive as expected: GA102-250 GPU with 10,752 CUDA cores (256 more than the RTX 3090), 24GB GDDR6X VRAM, 84 clusters, 84 RT cores, 336 Tensor cores, and 128 ROP.
No word on clock speeds, but VideoCardz writes that it has a confirmed 21 Gbps memory, which is again faster than the standard variant of the card (19.5 Gbps), and gives a total theoretical bandwidth of over 1 TB / with. It is also said to use 2GB modules instead of the 1GB modules used in the current model.
Assuming the RTX 3090 Ti exists, Nvidia will allegedly release and / or unveil the card in January next year. Since the effect of the chip shortage is expected to last until the second half of 2022 – or longer if you work in the auto industry – the card will undoubtedly cost a ridiculously large amount of money, and even those who can afford it will have a hard time. find. one out of stock.