Specifications of the MSI GeForce graphic card, RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X, have been leaked on Twitter. The flagship graphic card is alleged to have 1900MHz boost clock, a default TDP of 480W, while requiring a power supply of a minimum of 1000W. The upgraded RTX 3090 model is expected to be 30W higher than the original one.
The leaked features of the upgraded version include a high-end custom cooling solution that will let the card boost as high as 1900 MHz in Extreme Mode which requires MSI Control Center software. Moreover, the card will be the first NVIDIA graphics card to have a memory of about 21 Gbps memory. An interesting feature is that this model, despite being powered by a single 16-pin connector, will be powered by triple 8-pin power connectors. The reason for this choice of MSI is still unclear to us.
The RTX 3090 Ti was supposed to be launched initially on January 27th, but we are not sure if this is actually happening. Rumor has it that there are some issues with the production process.
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