The long rumoured RTX 3090 Ti may be making its way to store shelves worldwide PC on 27 Jan 2022.
According to Videocardz, not only has NVIDIA set a release date for the RTX 3090 Ti, but it will also announce the RTX 3070 Ti 16GB on 17 Dec 2021 and release it on 11 Jan 2022.
Beyond that, leaks from the site did suggest that the card will be hitting shelves as soon 11 Jan 2022.
Rumours about the RTX 3090 Ti has been floating around since September, with theories that the card will carry the “Super” badge instead of “Ti”.
It was said to have a 21Gbps memory speed and 10752 CUDA cores. That’s 1.5Gps more speed and 256 more cores than the RTX 3090.
The card is also expected to have 10752 CUDA cores which is 256 more cores than the original 3090.
There has not been an official announcement from NVIDIA yet, but if any of it is true, expect to hear something from them on Friday next week.