GarnetSunset has shared new images of the GeForce RTX 3090, NVIDIA’s flagship gaming GPU. It appears to be a massive, three-slot monster. Whoever took the photos placed an RTX 2080 Ti next to it for reference, and the size difference is not only apparent, but surprising.
Assuming that these aren’t elaborate, 3D-printed fakes, the images confirm that NVIDIA hasn’t made any significant changes to the RTX 30 Series’s novel, dual-fan design, which we first saw back in June. The photos also suggest that the RTX 3090 will be a ridiculously power-hungry beast that demands substantial cooling solutions.
Contrary to the price that GarnetSunset originally listed in his tweet, the RTX 3090 will reportedly cost $1,399. This echoes a report we shared on Tuesday, which followed rumors of a ridiculous $1,999 price tag.
3 slots. 2000$. pic.twitter.com/ZgKsPUQ1U4— James (@GarnetSunset) August 21, 2020