According to Videocardz, the MSI version of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090Ti has been leaked, a version of the card with a TDP higher than the 450W of the reference version, in this case, 480W, which is within what the 12+4 pin connector – next to the PCI Express slot – can provide, as we mentioned yesterday (525W).
It fully implements the NVIDIA GA102 chip, which has 10752 CUDA cores and a new memory subsystem with 2GB GDDR6X modules, just like the rest of the cards.
In Gaming and Silent modes, the card’s frequencies will be 1950 MHz, while in Extreme Performance mode, they will be 1965 MHz. The actual frequency of the memory is unknown, but they will have a speed of 21Gbps.
Its physical design will not leave anyone uninterested, and with a weight of 2.1Kg and a thickness of 3.5 slots, this cooling system should be able to keep the 480W TDP of this graphics card at bay. However, because this will be a difficult assignment, we will have to wait for the outcomes.