The packaging of the RTX 3090 Ti has been discovered, revealing that this card was purportedly made by ASUS and belongs to the TUF Gaming series. We may conclude various things from the image of the graphics card on the cover.
For months, rumours have swirled about the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, ranging from specifications to pricing and availability. However, due to a fresh leaked image from ITHome, we may now have a better look at the graphics cards.
There’s also a number “4” near the PCIe Gen 4.0 information on the box, which may confirm the 24 GB configuration. Finally, it seems that the 3090 Ti won’t be the first PCIe Gen 5.0 card, which flies in the face of current rumors.
First, the cooler on the 3090 Ti is thicker than the 350W RTX 3090 TUF, implying that new iteration will have a 450W TDP, approximately 100W higher than the present model.
It’s also rumored to have a GA102 GPU with 10,752 CUDA cores (compared to 10,496 cores on the 3090), and it’ll feature a new board design with a different memory layout — and those 2GB modules — also with a new power connector that’s most likely the PCIe Gen 5.0 card.
There’s been a constant stream of rumors on the RTX 3090 Ti so far. One of the most pervasive is Nvidia possibly revealing the GPU during CES 2022, along with the more budget-friendly RTX 3050 and an RTX 3070 Ti revamp with more VRAM (16GB). It also looks like, according to the grapevine, the 3090 Ti will be the only one not delayed.