NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti: NVIDIA is joining the fun with some announcements during CES in the first week of 2022. Among the new cards announced were the RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti mobile graphics cards. Meanwhile, NVIDIA announced a new desktop graphics card, the RTX 3050, that is more budget-friendly.
In addition to the NVIDIA RTX 3050, NVIDIA has also introduced the RTX 2050. We haven’t seen an NVIDIA RTX graphics card this affordable since it was released. Ray tracing support should be available for PC gamers at an affordable price point, thanks to its Ampere architecture. Regarding the technical specifications, the 3050 will have 18 ray-tracing cores, 73 tensor cores, nine shader cores, and 8GB of RAM.
NVIDIA is doing the right thing, especially since many people struggle to get GPUs without spending thousands of dollars. NVIDIA says the 3050 will deliver 60FPS while playing ray-traced games even if it isn’t as powerful as the RTX 3070 or 3080. It’s a good budget-friendly card with an option for ray-tracing, DLSS, and NVIDIA AI. According to the company, the product will be available on January 27, but no specific number has been announced yet.
NVIDIA teases RTX 3090 Ti and new laptop GPU
NVIDIA also revealed details about its other upcoming releases and plans in addition to introducing the new RTX 3050. Firstly, it announced two new mobile GPUs, the RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti. Each graphics card should be capable of delivering over 100 frames per second at a resolution of 1440p. This is a solid set of numbers for a laptop graphics card and should make it easier for you to play games on your laptop at a higher fidelity and refresh rates.
One of the biggest news items today is that NVIDIA, at its CES 2022 keynote, announced the RTX 3090 Ti. The rumor of a new high-end graphics card has been circulating for a while, but this is the first official announcement. There are a few details about the RTX 3090 Ti currently available from the company. NVIDIA, however, announced that more information about the GPU would be released later this month.
The exterior is largely the same as the original 3090. In addition to 24GB of GDDR6X memory, the 3090 Ti will have 320 tensor cores, 78 ray-tracing cores, and 40 shader cores. Additionally, the bandwidth will reach 1TB/s. Taking only the specs into consideration, the 3090 Ti seems to be an absolute beast. NVIDIA will have to share more information about the pricing of this power, but we can probably expect it to be equally impressive.