With plenty of life still left for NVIDIA’s RTX 30-series Ampere card, their process have most likely matured and yield as definitely improved. Sad to say, availability has not improved to the point that prices have returned to more acceptable levels which is why its doubly painful for some to see that NVIDIA may be planning refresh some existing cards as well release some new ones… including a possible RTX 3090 Ti.
The King of Kings for NVIDIA’s GeForce lineup that would see the mainstream debut of NVIDIA’s full GA102 silicon with all of its 10,752 CUDA cores enabled. Memory size carries over from the RTX 3090 with reportedly a faster 24GB of GDDR6X 21Gbps memory equipped on the board rather than the older 19.5Gbps. The most interesting bit here is the power draw which is expected to go up to 450w, a 100w increase versus the RTX 3090’s already extravagant 350W.
The image above obscures some key details particularly the thickness of the card and the actual memory size. Still, CES is just around the corner near the start of 2022 and January at NVIDIA’s keynote, this baby may just make its debut.
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