NVIDIA has a good number of different graphics cards in its high price range. If only they were readily available and reasonably priced, you could say that consumers would have a real headache before buying. However, the wide offer does not discourage the manufacturer from designing more efficient units based on Ampere architecture. We have been anticipating the imminent appearance of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti graphics cards with 16GB of RAM for a long time, but it turns out that something is wrong on the way and we have to wait for the premiere of these systems. However, the situation with these chipsets seems clear, as new leaks have surfaced on the Chiphell forum.
The problems with the RTX 3090 Ti chip have been resolved by completely replacing the memory, so it will be able to debut on March 29th. However, there’s nothing to count on about the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 16GB premiere – it looks like NVIDIA has completely abandoned this project.
NVIDIA remains silent about the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti card. However, new indications of availability have emerged
We’ve been waiting a long time for the RTX 3090 Ti. The chip was supposed to appear in January, while last month we began receiving information about alleged memory and BIOS problems, which were revealed only at the final testing stage. Fortunately, recent reports have been positive – the issue has been resolved by replacing the entire memory, thanks to a more efficient mainstream graphics card that will be able to debut on March 29th. It could be something – better late than never.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 16 GB – The announcement of the new old Ampere graphics card has been postponed
We have worse news for those who have been quietly saving up on their GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 16GB. This model is sure to appeal to many enthusiasts who have seen it as a replacement for the upcoming Intel ARC A780, but it looks like NVIDIA has ditched the design altogether. The reasons are unknown – perhaps the manufacturer does not want such a system to kill the sale of the popular RTX 3070 (Ti) or the popular RTX 3080 (Ti), which has much less memory? It is quite a possible hypothesis, and it should be considered as the most possible reason. After all, don’t expect NVIDIA to make any statement about this.
Source: VideoCardz, Chiphell
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