A newly leaked document has confirmed that MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X could launch on January 27th.
In comparison to other NDAs we’ve seen, the paper is very conventional. Before a given date, the Non-Disclosure Agreement spells forth what the signatory may and cannot do. The official embargo lift date for the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X 24GB graphics card is January 27th in this scenario. We’ve already contacted additional sources, who have confirmed the document’s authenticity.
This file not only validates the launch date, but also the new model’s memory configuration. This is something the latest ASUS RTX3090Ti TUF leak did not do.
However, this isn’t the first time an embargo for the impending RTX 3090 Ti graphics card has been leaked, which actually is quite significant. A screenshot from AIB embargo materials essentially has previously been shared, sort of contrary to popular belief. Only the “on-shelf\” date definitely was literally confirmed at the moment, with the announcement and review embargoes still up in the air in a subtle way.
However, because the embargo date for reviewers looks to be the same as the launch date, it’s possible that reviews may go online at the same time as sales on January 27th. The card is now scheduled to be shown during NVIDIA’s press conference on January 4th at CES 2022.
With 24GB of GDDR6X memory clocked at 21 Gbps, the RTX 3090 Ti is the current flagship model (through 16GB modules). This is the GeForce card with the fastest standard memory, breaking the 1 TB/s bandwidth barrier for the first time. The new model will also contain a full GA102 GPU with 10752 CUDA cores. The TDP is stated to be 450 watts, which is 100 watts higher than the existing 3090 SKU.