NVIDIA finally launched the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, its flagship consumer GPU for those who really need that extra power for 8K gaming, full-on ray-tracing, and more.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti boasts 10752 CUDA cores, which is only a bit higher than the RTX 3090‘s 10496.
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Also, compared to the non-Ti model, this one has 84 RT cores (vs. 82) and 336 tensor cores (vs. 328). The base clock is now at 1.67Hz from 1.4GHz and boost clock of 1.86GHz from 1.7GHz. The RTX 3090 Ti comes with a generous 24GB GDDR6X of memory with speeds of 21Gbps.
With the RTX 3090 Ti, you are now getting 40TFLOPS of performance compared to the RTX 3090’s 35 TFLOPS. This results in a 9% faster average performance in gaming. It also has a 100W higher power consumption at 450W compared to the non-Ti model.
With all those minor upgrades, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Founder’s Edition retails for a whopping price of USD1,999 (around Php103,600).