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A retailer in Estonia has begun listing some of ASUS’ custom GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards. They include a ROG Strix model, which has been priced at 4577.40 euros (around $5,240), as well as two TUF models that cost 4,413.85 (around $5,000) and 4,332.11 (around $4,959) euros, respectively. The ROG Strix model that’s listed appears to be a liquid-cooled variant of the new GeForce RTX 30 Series flagship.

European Pricing Emerges for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti (Tom’s Hardware)

  • We don’t have an official MSRP from Nvidia yet, but for reference, scalped RTX 3090s on eBay are going for around $2,609 right now.
  • So if we assume these are scalped Estonian RTX 3090 Ti’s, they will sell for nearly twice the scalped 3090s. So we could be looking at a 1.5x to 2x higher MSRP of the 3090 Ti once Nvidia gets around to announcing it.
  • Rumored specs indicate Nvidia’s RTX 3090 Ti will be packing a fully enabled GA102 core and upgraded GDDR6X modules. For a total of 10752 CUDA cores and 21Gbps GDDR6X memory, giving the 3090 Ti over 1TBps of memory bandwidth.

PALIT had also accidentally shared one of its custom GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards on its official website earlier today, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GameRock. VideoCardz’s sources have shared some of its key specifications.

PALIT lists GeForce RTX 3090Ti GameRock on its website, ASUS 3090Ti spotted with €4300+ pricing (VideoCardz)

  • According to our information, RTX 3090 Ti GameRock OC model is to feature an 1890 MHz boost clock, which is around 30 MHz above the Founders Edition.
  • This model is also expected to have increased TDP to around 460W, which is just 10W higher than the reference specs.

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