The Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti is still missing in action


Ahh, the curious case of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. On one hand we’re thrilled to see a new graphics card that pushes the envelope by delivering better frame rates at the highest resolutions. On the other, its anticipated street pricing will probably make us cry, or laugh, or both at the same time.

Nvidia announced the RTX 3090 Ti at CES back in early January. It said that details would come later in the month but here we are in February and there’s still no sign of it. Is it a unicorn?

The RTX 3090 Ti, if and when it does launch, is expected to be a very limited edition card. We’ve heard from multiple sources saying that manufacturing is ready to commence, but for unknown reasons, it’s been delayed for the time being. There’s speculation that Nvidia has encountered issues with the BIOS or hardware though we haven’t been able to find out any specifics at the time of writing.

We’d hope that any such issues are minor, given that the architecture and GA102 GPU are well known quantities at this point. The Chinese New Year holiday probably contributed to the delay too.



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