Good luck finding one and better luck affording one.
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Nvidia announced the RTX 3090 Ti earlier this year at CES. The company said that they would deliver more information on this tip-top of the line GPU by the end of January. Well, the end of January came and went as did February without so much as a word from Nvidia. Now, a new report by VideoCardz says that Nvidia will launch the RTX 3090 Ti on March 29.

The tech site says that they have obtained what seem to be the embargo details for the launch of the new GPU. The embargo says that the cards will be "released" on March 29 at 6AM (PT) at retailers. Reviews for this card are also said to go live on March 29 as well.

Nvidia has been rather quiet about the full technical specs of this card. The only details shared from the company are that the RTX 3090 Ti will look identical to the RTX 3090 but will include 24GB of GDDR6X VRAM running at 21Gbps. That is about 7.7% faster than the 24GB of VRAM on the RTX 3090. The company also claims that the 3090 Ti will hit up to 40 teraflops of performance, or around 11% more than the 3090.

As far as pricing is concerned, I would not expect these to come cheap. Official pricing was not yet announced either. However, the starting price of the RTX 3090 is $1,499 (USD), which means the 3090 Ti can easily be $2,000 or more. That's not even taking into account the prices at which scalpers will try selling them at.