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MSI is planning to launch its GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X graphics card in just over a month.

This is according to a leaked document shared by VideoCardz, which shows a January 27, 2022, NDA embargo lift date for the premium (and presumably very expensive) flagship GPU. The document also lists the product’s market name as the “GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X 24G,” revealing that the Titanium-branded BFGPU will leverage 24 GB of memory.

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“The document is pretty standard compared to the NDAs that we have seen in the past,” VideoCardz noted in its report. “The Non-Disclosure Agreement outlines what the signatory can and what it cannot do before a certain date. In this case, the date is January 27th, which is the official embargo lift date for GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X 24GB graphics card. We have already reached out to other sources who confirmed that the document is genuine.”

The leak regarding MSI’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X graphics card corroborates another from earlier this month that suggested NVIDIA’s latest flagship would launch on January 27. Other cards that green team has planned include a GeForce RTX 3070 Ti with 16 GB of memory and a GeForce RTX 3050 for budget gamers.

Source: VideoCardz

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4 Comments

  1. MSI cards do look and perform well. Had a 1080Ti Duke from MSI and loved that card. Sold it a buddy of mine and it’s still going strong.

  2. I very much regret not buying the 3090 suprim when I had the option for like 1700 Dec 2020. At the time I was being stubborn and not wanting to pay that much over the Nvidia msrp, figuring surely another month or two id be able to buy one for 1200.

  3. Dang it. I hope I have my custom water cooled 3090 build built before this comes out. Otherwise, I’ll be waiting to upgrade to this new GPU as well.

    …oh who am I kidding? I’m gonna buy this GPU anyway.

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