NVIDIA is not yet done with its RTX-30 series because, according to a report that claims that NVIDIA would be coming up with its all-new NVIDIA GPU RTX 3090 Super later this year.
Though, this is just a piece of news that’s has been leaked and has not to rock-solid proof that it would happen as said. But, certainly, it would worry the gamers a bit because this came out when they were primarily focusing on the RTX 40 series, and this would certainly turn their heads back to the RTX 30 series.
NVIDIA RTX 3090 Super is Rumored to Be Launching Later This Year
This whole episode of the leak occurred after two Twitter handles posted some news out regarding NVIDIA RTX 3090, and one of the accounts tweeted “Launch in 2021”.
Now, there is no assurance regarding the authenticity of the news. Still, then we also got to know the features of this upcoming NVIDIA GPU that is expected to be part of the, and we have compiled all the information.
Nevertheless, if this news comes out to be true, then this would be NVIDIA’s one of the most powerful graphics cards of all time. Surely, this news would have been out after some activity regarding the same has been taking place in the company for some time.
But, surely we need to wait for the official confirmation about the same from NVIDIA regarding its RTX 30 Super GPU.
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NVIDIA RTX 3090 Super Expected Specifications and Comparison with Its Other RTX 30 GPU’s
The below-mentioned specs are what stated in the rumored tweets claiming the release of Nvidia RTX 3090 Super.
- 10,752 CUDA cores
- 336 Tensor Cores
- 336 TMUs
- 84 RT cores
- 112 ROPs
While comparing this Nvidia RTX 3090 Super GPU with its other GPU in terms of its CUDA cores numbers.
- RTX 3090 Super- 10,752
- RTX 3090-10,496
- RTX 3080-8,704
- RTX 3080 Ti- 10,240.
Just looking at these figures, you could figure out that if these rumors turn out to be true, then Nvidia RTX 3090 would be the company’s best GPU we have ever had to date.
It’s also said that when talked about the RT cores, memory, and tensor cores, the values are almost similar to the other GPUs and won’t account for much difference. The difference stated could be possible because RTX 3090 uses an 8 nm GA102 chip.