Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti With 24GB of GDDR6X VRAM and 10,752 CUDA Cores Launched

This Beast of an GPU is Rated to Suck Around 450 Watts of Power Under Full Load.
Nvidia RTX-3090-Ti

After months of delays and various leaks pointing towards “the fastest GPU on the planet”, Nvidia has finally launch its $1,999 RTX 3090 Ti that will be available to buy from its Add-in-board (AIB) partners including Asus, EVGA, MSI and so on starting from today.

Spec wise, Nvidia’s newest and most powerful RTX 3090 Ti is essentially an RTX 3090 on steroids that features 10,752 FP32 CUDA cores paired with 24GB of GDDR6X VRAM running at 21GB/s across a 384-bit bus. Meanwhile, the GA102 GPU die is now capable of running at a boost clock of 1860MHz which equals to 78 RT-TFLOPs of ray-tracing grunt, 40 shader TFLOPs of raster performance, as well as 320 Tensor TFLOPs matrix throughput.

This time around, Nvidia claims that their newest GPU will be on average nine percent faster than the RTX 3090, which actually equals to 5-6% more real-world performance. However, unlike the RTX 3090 which was aimed at 8K Gaming, Nvidia is marketing the latest RTX 3090 Ti for creators, professionals, and anyone else who really wants the fastest GPU.

And last but not the least, if the high price wasn’t enough of a turn off, the RTX 3090 is rated to suck in as much as 450 Watts of power on full load which is 100 Watts higher compared to the 3090, so using it for your gaming PC might be out of question, unless if you’re rich or Linus Sebastian for Linus Tech Tips.

Nevertheless, we can expect Nvidia’s latest GPU is more or less a paper launch which is aimed at familiarizing add-in-board partners with its next-gen RTX 40 series PCBs mainly bet the new GPU also leverages the same PCB that will be making its way to the Founders Edition RTX 4080/4090 graphics cards but with a newer AD102 GPU die.

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