GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Round-up

  • Gigabyte RTX 3090 Ti Gaming OC
  • Inno3D RTX 3090 Ti X3 OC
  • MSI RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X
  • ASUS RTX 3090 The TUF


The RTX 3090 Ti Gaming OC from Gigabyte stands out for its efficient cooling, which is even better than what we see in the competition. With the bios switch set to Quiet Mode, the noise production of the card is low, while the temperatures also remain neat.


Inno3D’s RTX 3090 Ti X3 OC is certainly not a small one, but compared to the other models tested, it can be called a bit more handy with three slots thickness, handy for those who have that space. In terms of temperature and noise production, the card does not distinguish itself from other manufacturers.


The RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X from MSI is a luxury video card that costs and consumes just a bit more than the other RTX 3090 Tis in our round-up. In Quiet Mode, the card is very quiet, but the temperature also rises a bit. Despite its size, the Suprim X does not stand out in its cooling efficiency compared to the competition.


The TUF RTX 3090 Ti OC Edition from ASUS is a video card that can almost compete with Gigabyte’s Gaming OC when it comes to cooling efficiency. The bios switch adds relatively little, because the cooling and noise production of the Quiet and Performance Mode are fairly comparable. As long as the starting price is lower than that of the Gigabyte Gaming OC, the card can be recommended among the RTX 3090 Tis.

Until recently, those looking for the fastest video card for gaming at 4k ended up with the GeForce RTX 3090. Nvidia recently took it up a notch and came up with the slightly faster RTX 3090 Ti. Although the performance difference at this resolution is less than 10 percent, the energy consumption on this new flagship is much higher, as we concluded in our review.

In hardware land, performance per euro and performance per watt on top models is generally far from optimal, and the RTX 3090 Ti is no different. Still, there’s a group of users who have these things much lower on their priority list, and are welcoming the newest GeForce member with open arms (and scholarship). Because the board partners also all release their own versions of the RTX 3090 Ti, there is again something to compare and choose. In this round-up we therefore look at four variants of what is currently the fastest GeForce RTX video card.

With the RTX 3090 Ti you get a fully enabled GA102 GPU for the first time. On the RTX 3080, 3080 Ti and even 3090, it was still a partially disabled chip. In the case of the RTX 3090 Ti compared to the normal 3090, the jump in the number of active computing cores by 256 is not so exciting. We see a larger difference in the memory speed. GDDR6X was not already known for its slow speeds, but with the RTX 3090 Ti, Nvidia has taken it even further. The memory speed on this card is 21Gbit/s, 7.7 percent more than on the RTX 3090. With the same memory bus of 384bit, this results in a total memory bandwidth of 1008GB/s.

Specifications RTX 3090 Ti
Gpu GA102
Architecture Ampere
Process 8nm
Diesize 628.4mm²
Transistors 28 billion
CUDA-cores 10.752
Tensor-cores 336
RT-cores 84
Texture-units 336
Rops 112
Base clock (reference) 1560MHz
Boost clock (reference) 1860MHz
Vram 24GB GDDR6x
Memory Speed 21GBit/s
Memory bus 384bit
Bandwidth 1008GB/s
Tdp (reference) 450W
(at introduction)
2250 euro
Released March 29, 2022



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