Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti features 450W power consumption and additional specifications
We have found out more details about the RTX 3090 Ti, a graphics card that would be placed above the RTX 3090 model.
Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti would have 450W of power and other specifications
One thing that this information “confirms” is that the top model of the RTX 30 series will not be called RTX 3090 SUPER, but RTX 3090 Ti.
This information was recently shared by partners and apparently, it will have more CUDA cores and a revamped memory subsystem, which will make it the fastest of all Nvidia offerings in the graphics card segment.
From the specifications described, it appears that the RTX 3090 Ti will be very power-hungry, with TDP values of 450W. According to reports, Nvidia is taking the opportunity to add a new PCIe Gen5 power connector. This value would be about 100W higher than the traditional RTX 3090. What we don’t know is if this value comes from a custom graphics card or if it is the reference value.
One of the most interesting pieces of information is about the new PCIe Gen5 power connector. This connector is different from the 12-pin Molex Microfit connector but is a new 16-pin connector in Microfit format. What is not confirmed at the moment is whether this RTX 3090 Ti will take advantage of the PCIe 5.0 interface, as it will now be present on LGA 1700 motherboards.
On the memory side, there is talk of a bandwidth of 21 Gbps, and each module will have a capacity of about 2 GB, instead of 1 GB per module. This will force manufacturers to work with a new PCB design, as it won’t be possible to reuse the current RTX 3090 PCB design.
So the final specifications would be as follows: GA102 GPU with 10752 CUDA cores (84 SM) and 24 GB of GDDR6X memory, which is 1 TB/s wide.