Today is the first day of February and we’ve yet to hear anything official about the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card from NVIDIA. NVIDIA’s Senior Vice President Jeff Fisher teased this new flagship graphics card at NVIDIA’s CES 2022 presentation, but since then we really haven’t heard anything from NVIDIA. The expected launch date of the card was supposed to be January 27th, but that day has gone and past.
We have heard reports that there have been some issues with both the BIOS as well as the hardware of the card and that NVIDIA had asked board partners to halt production of the card till these issues were resolved. It has also been reported that media outlets have not received any review samples of the card either.
The RTX 3090 Ti is based off the full GA102 GPU with 10752 CUDA cores, 24GB of GDDR6X memory running at 21 Gbps across as 384-bit memory bus. This would give the card up to 1TB/s of bandwidth. With these upgrade specifications over the original RTX 3090 the card will have a higher power consumption of 450W.
NVIDIA has been pretty silent on the RTX 3090 Ti so we will keep you updated when we hear more!