Green team continues to remain silent regarding its latest flagship gaming graphics card, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, but leaker Moore’s Law Is Dead (MILD) has shared a new video that offers some purported insight on what’s going on behind the scenes at NVIDIA and what fans can expect when the company finally lifts the veil on its mysterious product. None of it sounds like good news, as sources suggest that the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti will be some sort of limited-edition product that will be impossible to find at most places, with one source comparing the graphics card to a Porsche 918, one of the German automaker’s limited-production vehicles. MILD says that the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti sounds like a “publicity stunt,” something that seemingly exists only to set records for marketing points.
RTX 3090 Ti Delayed Indefinitely: You may NEVER be able to buy this $4000 GPU! (MILD)
- Nobody is talking about the 3090 Ti to this day. Zero launch planning discussions are going on. It’s a card for world records and may not even launch in some regions.
- Whenever it comes out, this card is like a Porsche 918. You don’t just find one at every dealership. It’s a show card most stores won’t be able to get.
- I (OEM) have no updates; NVIDIA isn’t communicating. Delays happen, but this one is unusual with how quiet it is, and with it happening after the announcement.
VideoCardz has suggested in separate coverage pertaining to a GALAX GeForce RTX 3090 Ti model being listed for $3,840 that the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti’s production issues relate to the graphics card’s memory configuration.
GALAX GeForce RTX 3090Ti EX Gamer shows up in a preorder ad for 3840 USD (VideoCardz)
- According to our sources, NVIDIA encountered problems with RTX 3090 Ti memory configuration.
- Let us remind you that RTX 3090 Ti will be the first card to feature GDDR6X memory clocked at 21 Gbps.
- NVIDIA is also changing 8Gb modules to 16Gb, which might lower the requirements on the active backplate cooling. However, our sources claim that in very specific circumstances the memory is showing errors, which was discovered relatively late during internal testing.