ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 Ti STRIX LC Liquid Cooled Review 2022

ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 Ti STRIX LC Liquid Cooled Review 2022 – The ASUS ROG Strix LC GeForce RTX-3090 Ti “Ampere” is being launched today, as a finale for the Ampere graphics architecture and the fastest of graphics card from ASUS.

The RTX-3090 Ti is designed to be a double digit percentage faster than even the RTX-3090, and improves in several areas we did not even think NVIDIA could tap into. It enables all shader’s physically present on the GA-102, the largest graphics silicon based on Ampere, and pairs it with even the faster memory than the one powering the RTX-3090, along with higher clocks and power limits.

The RTX-3090 Ti targets those who want to play any of today’s games at Graphic 4K native resolution with maxed out details, including a ray tracing, and even explore higher resolutions such as 8K with the help of the DLSS-8K feature NVIDIA debuted with Ampere.


The GeForce RTX-3090 Ti enables all 10,752 CUDA cores physically present on the “GA-102” silicon that powers five GeForce SKUs. Maxing out the GA102 also gives it 84RT cores, 336 Tensor cores, many TMUs, 112ROPs, and of course the full 384-bit wide GDDR6X memory interface.

Speaking of which, NVIDIA is introducing new 21 Gbps-rated GDDR-6X memory chips with the RTX =-3090 Ti that are over 7.5% faster than the 19.5 Gbps chips on the RTX-3090. This gives it a whopping 1008 GB/s bandwidth, compared to 940 GB/s on the RTX-3090. The memory size is 24GB on both cards, and NVIDIA calculates that the large memory amount should come in handy with certain creator use-cases dealing with large data sets.


The RTX-3090 Ti is also the first graphics card to introduce the new ATX 16pin power connector recently announced by Intel, which should become standard with the next generation of the graphics cards. The connector is capable of delivering up to 600W of power through a single set of cables.

The need for this connector arose on the RTX-3090 Ti, as its typical board power for the reference spec is rated at 450W, which takes a spaghetti of three 8-pin PCIe-power connectors. The 16pin connector is still new to the market, and PSUs with with it can be counted on your finger’s, which is why the board partners are required to include an NVIDIA-designed adapter cable that converts three 8pin to a 16pin.



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