Still holding onto the fallacy that NVIDIA actually gives a single damn about actual gamers? Think again.
It seems that NVIDIA and their curious design of running its GDDR6X memory found on its high-end RTX 3000 series graphics cards at temperatures hotter than the sun just aren’t enough as it looks to produce or rather give off the illusion of producing yet another SKU of the GA102 core.
Profits are all that matter to a hungry kike corporation such as NVIDIA, and Ethereum mining is certainly a leading contributor to the company’s immense hike in quarterly profits, with every single GPU being gouged beyond comprehension.
However NVIDIA is allegedly preparing an RTX 3090 Ti simply because they’ve got zero fucks for their customers, but more rather are that desperate for sales they’re willing to go the extra mile to get those crypto miners on board to buy their $3500 shit.
The RTX 3090 Ti is set to come with a total of 10752 CUDA cores, a 2.43% increase over the standard RTX 3090 which has to make do with just 10496 CUDA cores, though in reality the exact performance gain from such a minuscule amount of additional CUDA cores coming from an additional 2 SM’s will certainly be much lower than that.
Despite that, the main interest here with this supposed GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is the inclusion of the same 24GB of GDDR6X memory though uprated to 21Gbps rather than 19.5Gbps found on the standard model, providing a bandwidth increase of 7.69% with effectively 1008 GB/s uprated from the 936 GB/s on the RTX 3090.
Though it should be noted that the standard RTX 3090 does indeed also contain the illusive 21Gbps GDDR6X memory chips too, though downrated as by NVIDIA’s own heinous design the memory itself runs at absurdly high temperatures attributed from the equally absurd power draw of the GDDR6X memory itself.
As is highlighted from the increase of the TDP value for the RTX 3090 Ti, of which it now comes with the value of 450 watts which is an increase of a hundred watts or over 28% gain for two additional SM’s and of course to ensure that its stupid fucking memory maintains 21Gbps.
NVIDIA is going all guns blazing to ensure the best possible hashrates for mining Ethereum.
It also has to be said that the current RTX 3090 GPUs can come with uprated wattage BIOS options from third party AIB manufacturers, though the same old trope of such graphics cards offering piss poor cooling for the hungry and hot GDDR6X memory still applies and most certainly will be a “feature” of the RTX 3090 Ti.
NVIDIA is making an absolute killing selling horrid cucked SKU’s at high prices, with the GA102 family consisting of the RTX 3080, 3080Ti and 3090 GPUs soon to be followed by the 3090 Ti which is more focused on providing better ETH hash rates rather than outright gaming performance of which it’s expected to be undoubtedly the dominant king at least while this gouged generation lasts.
Ethereum loves memory bandwidth, cryptocurrency miners love these high-end GeForce components, with the RTX 3090 already capable of achieving well over 110 MH/s it shouldn’t be all that much of a shock to discover that the RTX 3090 Ti with increased bandwidth would be capable of more than that quite easily.
MSRP? Who fucking cares, no GPU this generation has been sold for MSRP anyway so why should it matter. NVIDIA can justifiably set the MSRP for the 3090 Ti for $2000 USD and the goyim will certainly buy it for well over $3000 just to mine their cryptocurrencies, because you just know there’s going to be plethoas of GeForce Gaymers throwing away their “ancient” RTX 3090 graphics cards to “upgrade” to the RTX 3090 Ti.
Marginal performance gains for graphics cards that cost several thousand, though with its 450W TDP value it’s a certain tell sign that power supplies are bound to be brutally ravaged by next generation Lovelace GPUs.
The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti if true is expected to be announced some time in January 2022, mere months before we’re set to experience a new generation of graphics cards. NVIDIA are truly a dastardly kiked corporation.