Nvidia kicked off CES this year by unveiling its newest GPU, the RTX 3090 Ti. This new graphic card has 24 GB of GDDR6x VRAM at 21 Gbps, making it faster than the RTX 3090.
During the presentation, Nvidia management stated the GPU was a “monster” while boasting it will have 40 teraflops of performance (compared to the 36 teraflops of the 3090). It also 78 teraflops for ray tracing and 320 teraflops for AI tasks, as mentioned by The Verge.
Nvidia did not share any of the key details for the RTX 3090 Ti, ya know, like its price or when it will be available to purchase. The RTX 3090 launched at $1,500, just to give you an idea how much the Ti version might cost. Nvidia did say to expect more information about the RTX 3090 Ti during an event next month.
Nvidia’s briefing also revealed a new budget GPU, the RTX 3050, which will release on January 27th for $250. It has an 8 GB memory and 2560 cores. It’s designed to “provide excellent performance at 1080p resolution,” as described by Nvidia.