Nvidia’s RTX 3090 Ti is still missing and the company refuses to say what’s going on


Nvidia announced its RTX 3090 Ti with faster memory and better performance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in early January. After originally promising more information in late January, Nvidia has since been silent on pricing or a release date for the RTX 3090 Ti. Now the company refuses to say what’s going on.

“We don’t currently have any more information to share about the RTX 3090 Ti, but we’ll get back to you when we have,” Nvidia spokesman Jen Andersson said recently. The edge

Just days after Nvidia’s original announcement of the RTX 3090 Ti, TweakTown and VideoCardz reported that Nvidia had halted production of the flagship GPU. The company reportedly planned to release the RTX 3090 Ti on January 27, but BIOS and hardware issues have apparently caused delays. January passed with no further details from Nvidia, leaving many wondering if the company had forgotten to launch its new flagship GPU.

It’s not clear when we’ll hear more about the RTX 3090 Ti than some basic specs. Nvidia previously revealed that the card will look nearly identical to the RTX 3090, but will feature 24GB of GDDR6X at 21Gbps. That’s the same amount of VRAM as the RTX 3090, but with a nearly 7.7 percent faster memory clock. The RTX 3090 Ti will also feature 40 teraflops of GPU performance, about 11 percent faster than the RTX 3090.

Looks like we’ll have to wait a little longer to see how well this card stacks up against the RTX 3090 and AMD’s Radeon RX 6900 XT. We still don’t have a price for the RTX 3090 Ti, but it will likely debut close to $2,000 as the RTX 3090 retails for $1,499.

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