Inspite of not being unveiled just however, extra listings for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti have surfaced, this time in Europe. As Tweeted by @momomo_us, an Estonian retailer, has detailed 3 Asus ROG and TUF RTX 3090 Tis with extremely higher selling prices, upwards of 4,332 Euros or far more.
The Asus TUF RTX 3090 Ti is the least expensive and surfaces for 4,332.11 Euros ($3,967.92 transformed with out tax) from the Estonian retailer. In the middle is the manufacturing facility overclocked variant at 4,413.85 Euros ($4,042.8 converted without tax), and the flagship ROG Strix RTX 3090 Ti — which also transpires to be the liquid-cooled variant, is heading for 4,577.40 Euros ($4,192.6 converted without the need of tax).
We really don’t have an formal MSRP from Nvidia however, but for reference, scalped RTX 3090s on eBay are likely for all-around $2,609 suitable now. So if we suppose these are scalped Estonian RTX 3090 Ti’s, they will provide for nearly twice the scalped 3090s. So we could be on the lookout at a 1.5x to 2x better MSRP of the 3090 Ti as soon as Nvidia receives about to saying it. But this is an educated guess on our portion these selling prices improve owing to various other good reasons.
Ironically Asus’ listing is relatively tame as opposed to other listings we’ve seen by now. For instance, a handful of times back, we covered another listing about a Japanese retailer providing the RTX 3090 Ti for a whopping $5500 (with tax).
Rumored specs indicate Nvidia’s RTX 3090 Ti will be packing a entirely enabled GA102 core and upgraded GDDR6X modules. For a total of 10752 CUDA cores and 21Gbps GDDR6X memory, offering the 3090 Ti more than 1TBps of memory bandwidth. These modules will also have double the capability of the current modules made use of on the RTX 3090, bringing the overall rely from 24 to just 12. It will be quite beneficial, as it makes cooling the GDDR6X modules far much less intricate and makes it possible for for a extra straightforward PCB layout.
Nvidia originally shared some technical specs of the RTX 3090 Ti at CES but stored a lot of aspects in the dark this sort of as the card MSRP. The company promised to share far more particulars about the GPU in advance of January was over but failed to do so for unknown causes. Supposedly, Nvidia had to question its AIB associates to halt the RTX 3090 Ti production thanks to excellent command problems, which is why Nvidia delayed sharing more specifics previous month, like the start day of the 3090 Ti.
So, for now, we are continue to waiting on an official launch for the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. Nevertheless, with the number of listings for the card rising by the 7 days, it would seem its start is imminent.