At CES back in January, Nvidia announced Two new graphics cards for desktop. One of them, the low-range RTX 3050, has got prices, release date, and reviews You have already come and gone. The other, the high-quality RTX 3090 Ti, had some of its specifications announced, but the company said it will have more details “by the end of the month.”
But we’re now halfway through February, and the company still doesn’t have any news to share. Nvidia spokesperson edge said That the company does not “currently have more information to share” on the fast but almost certain expensive main GPU.
This follows reports from mid-January that the company and its partners Production stopped On the 3090 Ti because of Alleged issues with the BIOS of the GPU and the device itself. It’s unclear if the fixes can be applied to GPUs already built, but if the GPU itself needs to be revised in some way, limited manufacturing capacity amid the ongoing global shortage of chips could cause significant delays.
This saga is noteworthy only because Nvidia seems to have missed its deadline and not because it makes a difference to most people — whether the RTX 3090 Ti retail listings exist or not, you won’t be able to go to a store or hop on a site and buy one. GPU pricing seems to be too It’s slowly going downhill as of this writing, but it will still likely take some time before it will be easy to buy one at the retail price listed. I’m not recommendation That Nvidia Paper is releasing the 3090 Ti before the actual hardware is ready! I’m just saying that in 2022 it will be very difficult to tell the difference.
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