With the GeForce RTX 3090’s MSRP already being $1,499, nobody in their right mind would believe that the Ti version would be available for cheap, but initial listings spotted at a Canadian retailer have revealed just how absurd some of the prices for the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti will be.
Is there anyone out there crazy enough to pay $5,239 CAD ($4,157) for a single graphics card? We will see, as the most expensive model on the list, an ROG Strix LC GeForce RTX 3090 Ti model from ASUS, costs exactly that. The pricing of the “cheaper” one is pretty lame, too, with the TUF Gaming model being priced at $4,649 CAD ($3,688).
The NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti features a full GA102 GPU with 10752 CUDA cores and is the first graphics card to leverage 2 GB GDDR6X modules rated at 21 Gbps. Users will also find the new PCIe Gen 5 12VHPWR power connector with 16 pins, an update that was presumably prompted at least partially by the GPU’s increased TGP of 450 watts.
As a result of memory issues, NVIDIA had to delay the launch of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. Recent leaks suggest that the card will finally launch on March 29.