Most reports put the RTX 3090 Ti just slightly above the RTX 3090 in terms of specifications, but it's hard to say how that translates into real-world scenarios. However, new reports suggest this spec bump will result in a 5-10% performance increase.
According to CapFrameX and MEGAsizeGPU, the upcoming graphics card will come with a 450W TGP and a boost clock speed of over 2GHz. It is also claimed that Nvidia's MSRP for the RTX 3090 Ti is the same as the RTX 3090, but recent retail listings hint at much higher prices for custom-cooled versions.
Some performance numbers RTX 3090 vs RTX 3090 Ti, first impression!
▶️ Ti ~10% faster at 4K
▶️ 450W power
▶️ 2GHz boost@BauduinSven @3DCenter_org @VideoCardz
— CapFrameX (@CapFrameX) March 25, 2022
It is also worth noting that another report from MyDrivers (via VideoCardz), claims the GPU will cost $1,999 in the US and ¥14,999 in China, so there is some conflicting information regarding pricing.
The RTX 3090 Ti is expected to feature a fully enabled GA102 GPU with 10,752 CUDA cores boosting up to 1,860MHz. The memory configuration should consist of 24GB of GDDR6X memory running at 21Gbps across a 384-bit memory bus.
KitGuru says: Considering the RTX 3090's launch price, how much do you expect the RTX 3090 Ti to cost? How much more would you pay for up to 10% more performance?