It looks like we have official confirmation that NVIDIA will indeed be using the RTX 3090 Ti naming for their Ampere GA102 silicon and not RTX 3090 Super as a picture has emerged of a box for the ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card. Looking at the picture of the card on the box the design looks very similar to the RTX 3090 TUF Gaming, but the fans appear to have more blades on them.
Rumors have stated that the RTX 3090 Ti will max out the GA102 silicon, making use of all 10,752 CUDA cores, 84 RT cores, and 336 Tensor cores that are available on the silicon. You are still going to get 24 GB of GDDR6X memory, but it is reported to be using faster 21 Gbps-rated memory compared to the 19.5 Gbps memory that is on the RTX 3090. The card is rated at 450 W compared to the 350 W of the RTX 3090.
It is expected that NVIDIA will announce the card at its January 4th press event at CES 2022.