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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 'BFGPU' has rolled out

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Have a lot of spare cash? NVIDIA want you to part with it. Today they've released the ridiculous monster that is the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. With a price starting at $1,999 it's not going to be a card for regular consumers at all, more for those who want power without compromises.

The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is for our most ambitious users - those building research systems for data science and AI, or processing large data sets, and those making massive projects in creative applications. Or maybe you’re a developer or CG animator working with detailed models, super high resolution textures and massive sets.

If you simply want to game, extreme enthusiasts can enjoy max setting 4K, ray-traced gameplay at the fastest speeds possible, and even 8K NVIDIA DLSS-accelerated gaming on displays that support 8K 60Hz as specified in HDMI 2.1.

Compared with previous cards, NVIDIA said it is "up to 60% faster than the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 55% faster than the TITAN RTX". Here's a comparison for you based on a couple of previous models:

  GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GeForce RTX 3090 GeForce RTX 3080 Ti
NVIDIA CUDA® Cores 10752 10496 10240
Boost Clock (GHz) 1.86 1.70 1.67
Base Clock (GHz) 1.67 1.40 1.37
Standard Memory Config 24 GB GDDR6X 24 GB GDDR6X 12 GB GDDR6X
Memory Interface Width 384-bit 384-bit 384-bit
Graphics Card Power (W) 450 350 350

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NVIDIA say the likes of ASUS, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galax, Gigabyte, INNO3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac will have cards available starting today.

As for driver support, NVIDIA has updated the release notes for the 510.60.02 driver that went out on March 22 to note it supports this GPU.

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QuoteHave a lot of spare cash?
No.
omer666 29 Mar
This is madness. They can't supply GPUs people can reasonably buy, yet they spend R&D cash in this...
robredz 30 Mar
Quoting: MalDo we have a benchmark? How faster does this one mine compared to the old model?
not that big in some games Guru3D found around 5 fps to be an average, at higher resolutions. Assassins Creed Valhalla at UHD 2 fps in it loses out to the AMD6900XT at QHD and FHD 2 fps difference between 3090 and 3090TI at QHD
Cyberpunk 2077 similar not worth an upgrade from a 3090 at the price and the extra power draw. Those figures were in Win 10.

https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/msi-geforce-rtx-3090-ti-suprim-x-review,1.html?utm_source=phpList&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Reviews%3A+GeForce+RTX+3090+Ti+from+Palit+and+MSI&utm_content=HTML
furaxhornyx 30 Mar
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Quoting: omer666This is madness. They can't supply GPUs people can reasonably buy, yet they spend R&D cash in this...

"By unreasonable people, for unreasonable people"
Eike 30 Mar
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Quoting: furaxhornyx"By unreasonable people, for unreasonable people"

You really should start a career in PR! Or, did you already?!? :D
peta77 30 Mar
450W?!!?!?!?! so we just need losts of 3090Ti in germany and we'd be independent of putins gas in no time!
Mal 30 Mar
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Quoting: peta77450W?!!?!?!?! so we just need losts of 3090Ti in germany and we'd be independent of putins gas in no time!

Wut? I thought you guys opted to use lignite for electricity. Putin gas is just for home heating. If anything those cards will actually help you by keeping houses warm during winter without the need of gas.
slaapliedje 30 Mar
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Quoting: 1mHfoksd1ZWith the direction the PC industry is going, I am very seriously considering not ever upgrading my PC at all. I already have a PlayStation 5 which is affordable, works well, and doesn't cost a whole forest to power. And with a Steam Deck coming my way sometime after Q3, I really doubt I'll need a PC anymore.

Not only did it all become unaffordable, but also soulless and charmless.
Personal Computers have become soulless and charmless since Atari and Commodore died. Linux has been about the only thing keeping me interested in the boring chunks of silicon.
slaapliedje 30 Mar
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Quoting: omer666This is madness. They can't supply GPUs people can reasonably buy, yet they spend R&D cash in this...
Oh they do, it's just that unreasonable people buy them and resell them for 2-4x the cost!
peta77 31 Mar
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Quoting: peta77450W?!!?!?!?! so we just need losts of 3090Ti in germany and we'd be independent of putins gas in no time!

Wut? I thought you guys opted to use lignite for electricity. Putin gas is just for home heating. If anything those cards will actually help you by keeping houses warm during winter without the need of gas.
Well, if it's messy and tends to create an ecological disaster, we pretty much use all of the stuff there is. Gas for electricity as well as for heating.

But as this thing almost has double the wattage of my actual GPU i think it's something not to be usable in summer time, because already now it's very noticable for me regarding room temperature if I played a very GPU demanding game or not.

Actually would be interesting how loud the fans will get if that beast is running at 100%. Can you still sit beside it without the need for ear-plugs? Mine is getting very loud when the fans go to max. speed if the gpu is starting to get close to the GPUs temperature limit. And that's already a noise level I wouldn't want to have permanently.
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