Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti Release Date/Announcement Date has Leaked

Nvidia's reportedly announcing and launching their RTX 3090 Ti on the same day

Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti Release Date/Announcement Date as Leaked

Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti is launching this month

Nvidia teased their RTX 3090 Ti graphics card at CES 2022, the company's new flagship gaming product. With faster GDDR6X memory and more compute performance, the RTX 3090 Ti is designed to deliver the full potential off Nvidia's Ampere architecture. 

Videocardz has leaked an embargo timeline from Nvidia, revealing when Nvidia plans to announce and release their RTX 3090 Ti. According to this document, Nvidia plans to announce and release their RTX 3090 Ti at 6 am PST (2 PM GMT) on March 29th. Yes, Nvidia are announcing and launching their RTX 3090 Ti at the same time it becomes available at retailers.

Performance

With 24 GB of 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory, 40 TFLOPS of compute performance, and 78 TFLOPS of ray tracing performance; Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti promises to be a gaming monster. While Nvidia has not revealed the exact specifications of their RTX 3090 Ti, it's compute performance is around 12% faster than their RTX 3090, and its memory is around 7.7% faster. That's a hefty upgrade, though it remains to be seen how much these upgrades will benefit gamers in most titles.

Nvidia's RX 3090 Ti is expected to use 2GB GDDR6X memory chips from Micron that run at 21Gbps. Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti is also expected to feature a higher power limit than their RTX 3090, making their RTX 3090 Ti more power hungry. 

Nvidia has been tight-lipped about their RTX 3090 Ti graphics card, revealing few of the GPU's core specifications and nothing about the graphics card's price. With the RTX 3090 Ti having RTX 30 series branding, it is clear that this GPU is still an Ampere-powered GPU, with rumours stating that its using a fully tapped version of the company's 8nm GA102 silicon.

Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti Release Date/Announcement Date as Leaked

Nvidia's leaked embargo dates are bad for consumers

If Nvidia's embargo dates are correct, PC builders can assume that there will be no pre-launch reviews for the RTX 3090 Ti. That means that retailers will be selling RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards at the same time reviews go live. Since GPUs are currently in short supply, this means that perspective RTX 3090 Ti customers will likely be trying to buy their graphics card as soon as retail stock becomes available, which means that they will be buying their graphics card without any opportunity to see any reviews.  

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