In all probability GeForce RTX 3090 Ti must have 21 Gbps memory from Micron. Taiwanese media outlet Uniko’s Hardware, which often shares information about unreleased products, has now provided the exact code from Micron’s GDDR6X memory catalog. According to this information, the RTX 3090 Ti will use memory codenamed “MT61K512M32KPA-21U”. The code appears to confirm that the throughput of each module will be 21 Gbps.
Besides speed, the card is also the first product to use 16GB (2GB) modules based on the technology GDDR6X. Until now, NVIDIA was unable to provide this 2GB GDDR6X memory option to any of its products, because such modules simply did not exist. This led the company to use GDDR6 memory in its workstations, which require high-capacity frame buffers, and a whopping 24 modules on its current flagship, the RTX 3090 sans-Ti.
With the new Ti model, NVIDIA will be able to limit the number of modules to 12, which should simplify the design of the card without requiring an actively cooled rear panel (RTX 3090 has half of the modules located on the rear panel). However, the requirement for active cooling on the rear can still be a very welcome thing, because the card is going to be a real power-hungry beast. According to rumors, RTX 3090 Ti must have TDP by default 450 wattswhich is over 100 watts higher than the non-Ti model.
NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti is the first GeForce card with full GA102 GPU with 10752 nuclei CUDA… With faster memory and wider memory bus 384 bits the card will be able to pass 1 TB / sec throughout the history of the GeForce.
The card is now expected to launch in January following the launch of the RTX 3080 12GB and the RTX 3070 Ti 16GB.