NVIDIA today unveiled its latest flagship GPU that will be taking the ‘BFGPU’ title from the GeForce RTX 3090, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. NVIDIA has yet to add the newly announced RTX 3090 Ti to the RTX 3090 official page as this article is being prepared but it should be very similar to the RTX 3090 in terms of specifications and of course, the size.

NVIDIA GeForce 3090 Ti CES 2022

Looking at the roughly estimated specifications according to the keynote, the RTX 3090 Ti might seem very similar to the RTX 3090 with the sam GA102 GPU and 23GB worth GDDR6X memory, but it features a higher CUDA cores count at 10752, 336 Tensor cores count, 84 RT cores count, and a slightly faster memory data rate of 21 Gbps.

NVIDIA also briefly mentioned the higher performance on the RTX 3090 Ti, capable of 40 shader TFLOPS, 78 RT TFLOPS, and 320 tensor TFLOPS, which translates to about 12% faster than the RTX 3090.

The RTX 3090 is expected to be available later this month and we’ll probably see more information i.e detailed specifications, other variants from the board partners, and of course, the expected price. While we wait for NVIDIA to release more information on the RTX 3090 Ti, here’s some of the information we have gathered from the CES 2022 keynote.

GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Specifications

GPU GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GeForce RTX 3090
CUDA Cores 10752 10496
Tensor Cores 336 328
RT Cores 84 82
GPU Boost Clock 1860 MHz 1695 MHz
Memory Data Rate 21 Gbps 19.5 Gbps
Total Video Memory Size 24G GDDR6X 24G GDDR6X
Memory Interface 384-bit 384-bit
Memory Bandwidth 1008 GB/sec 936.2 GB/sec
TDP 450W 350W
Recommended PSU TBC 750W
MSRP TBC  $1499
Release Date January 2022 (TBC) 24/09/2020

NVIDIA CES 2022 GeForce RTX 3050

Alongside the RTX 3090 Ti, NVIDIA also announced the RTX 3050 that will be available from January 27 onwards with a starting price of $249 to make ray tracing and DLSS more accessible than ever. The RTX 3050 also feature the same 2nd-gen RT cores and 3rd-Gen Tensor cores as the rest of the GeForce RTX 30 series and a surprisingly generous 8GB worth of GDDR6 memory, so gamers on the budget can finally get a taste of what ray tracing and DLSS is all about – if the price is actually okay with it’s finally available in the market.

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