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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 release date, price, specs and pre-orders

Nvidia has taken the covers off of a trio of high-end Ampere-based GeForce graphics cards. And if you want the very best the graphics giant has to offer, then you’ll want the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. 

From all the rumors surrounding the GeForce RTX 3000-series, we knew a very powerful GPU was in the works. Previously thought to be called the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, the RTX 3090 is basically a replacement for the RTX Titian, a monstrously powerful GPU that wasn't really designed for gamers. But the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is. 

You’ll need to have very deep pockets and a very powerful PC to take advantage of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. But if you have such a setup, you can expect PC gaming nirvana at high frame rates and crazy resolutions.  

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 price and pre-orders

Have you got a huge wad of cash burning a hole in your pocket? Then good news, as you can splurge it all on the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. At $1,499 in the U.S. and £1,399 in the U.K., it's the most expensive gaming-grade GPU to date from Nvidia. 

The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti started at $999, but the RTX 3090 offers significantly more performance. And it's 50 percent faster than the RTX Titan GPU it effectively replaces. 

But to get the most out of such a graphics card you’re going to need a PC with components that will be able to keep up with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. That’s likely to cost a bit as well. So the GeForce RTX 3090 is very much a graphics card for people who are willing to spend serious amounts of money on a gaming machine. 

You can sign up to be notified about pre-orders on all the new cards right on Nvidia's website.  

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 release date 

Pop September 24 in your calendar if you want a GeForce RTX 3090, as that’s when Nvidia will be releasing this flagship GPU. 

It will come just after the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 that will be released on September 17, giving you a few more days to save up the cash needed to buy what Nvidia is calling a BFGPU - big ferocious GPU. This means you’ll be able to make a monstrous gaming PC nearly two months ahead of the release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X; something PC gamers can gloat over their console compatriots. 

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 specs  

Nvidia RTX 3090Nvidia RTX 3080Nvidia RTX 3070
Starting Price$1,499$699$499
Nvidia CUDA Cores10,4968,7045,888
Boost Clock (GHz)1.701.711.73
Standard Memory Config24GB GDDR6X10GB GDDR6X8GB GDDR6
Memory Interface Width384-bit320-bit256-bit
Maximum Resolution7680x43207680x43207680x4320
PortsHDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a (3x)HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a (3x)HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a (3x)

If you thought the price of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 was ridiculous, don't worry — it has the specs to back that up. 

The GPU comes with 24GB of GDDR6X, has a 384-bit memory interface and memory speed of 19.5Gbps. Nvidia hasn't officially revealed memory bandwidth, but we’d not be surprised to see it pushing nearly 1TB/s. The GeForce RTX 3090 also sports 10,496 CUDA cores and will run at a boost clock speed of 1,700MHz. 

And with the Ampere architecture promising more performance and efficiency, it’s no surprise that the GeForce RTX 3090 will destroy previous GeForce RTX 2000-series graphics cards as well as trounce the RTX Titan. 

In real-world terms this means it can run games at 8K and 60 frames per second, which ia frankly ridiculous; not many people have an 8K display. And with second-generation ray-tracing cores and third-gen Tensor coees, the RTX 3090 promises a huge boost in ray-tracing performance and will deliver second-generation deep learning supersampling (DLSS) to help reduce the performance impact of ray-tracing on games running at high resolutions. 

Thanks to the Ampere architecture, all of the new GeForce RTX graphics cards can deliver up to two times the ray-tracing performance of the Turing-based GeForce RTX 2000-series. 

Outside of games, the GeForce RTX 3090 is expected to be a boon for people who create videos and work with high-fidelity digital assets, effects, and rendering techniques. 

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is nothing short of a monster graphics card. It's also pretty monstorous in size, and comes with a three-slot dual-axial, flow-through design that effectively equips the graphics card with its own silencer. That means it can deliver all of its promised performance at up to 30 degrees Celsius cooler than the RTX TItan and up to 10 times quieter. Just don't go expecting to fit the RTX 3080 in a compact PC case. 

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 outlook  

You probably need to be a serious PC gamer or dedicated game streamer to be willing to part with $1,499 for the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. But if you want the very best in GPU tech, then Nvidia has you covered with the RTX 3090. 

Given its price and specs, we’re not sure the GeForce RTX 3090 will have many rivals, AMD BIg Navi, a so-called “Nvidia-killer” was predicted to take on the likes of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. But the RTX 3090 appears to have moved the goalposts so far along that AMD is likely to struggle to compete with it at this super high-end level. 

With the GeForce RTX 3090, Nvidia has created an aspirational graphics card for gamers and digital content creators to lust after. It will be out of the reach of many, but the new GeForce lineup has other graphics cards to choose from and likely more on their way as 2021 comes around. 

But for the time being, it looks like Nvidia has got a graphics card that’s the pinnacle of its 21 years of work on graphics for the gaming world. 

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Nvidia may be launching an RTX 3090 Ti after all

It seems Nvidia could be sticking with the iconic Ti branding, as the rumored RTX 3090 Super may be the RTX 3090 Ti instead. But the change isn’t in name only, as the rumored graphics card will supposedly boast more CUDA cores, faster memory and more.

The RTX 3090 Ti will apparently have up to a 450W TGP (Total Graphics Power), which is 100W higher than the standard RTX 3090, according to VideoCardz sources. And while that sounds like a lot of power, remember that this hasn’t been confirmed by Nvidia, and you should take it with a grain of salt

These sources also claim that the RTX 3090 Ti will launch in January 2022, perhaps at CES 2022, alongside the RTX 3070 Ti 16GB and RTX 2060 12GB. Of course, the GPU itself as well as the release date is all still unconfirmed information, so take it with a grain of salt.

And with how pricey the RTX 3090 already is, we don’t know if Nvidia even has plans to replace it with a more powerful version, and we won’t know what Team Green is planning until it decides to pull back the curtains. Hopefully, we see it at CES, because that show isn’t too far away.

Analysis: better, faster, stronger

Initial rumors revealed that the GPU will have a new power connector as well, though it’s not confirmed whether it’ll be compatible with the PCIe Gen5 interface. But, it’s very unlikely, as Nvidia probably wouldn’t introduce a new interface in the middle of a generation – we’ll likely see PCIe 5.0 starting with the RTX 4080 in 2022 at the earliest.

The new and improved GPU is rumored to feature 10,752 CUDA cores, which is 256 more than the current RTX 3090, and 2 additional RT cores. VRAM may be clocked at  21 Gbps, compared to 19.5Gbps, and has 24GB of GDDR6X memory. Faster memory would potentially give it over 1TB of memory bandwidth, which would be excellent for creatives. 

Because if Nvidia does launch this thing, and it ends up being more expensive than the original graphics card, it will likely be out of reach for most gamers, and instead appeal more to creative professionals, who would use it in something like Blender or Adobe Premiere. 

After all, while Nvidia originally pitched the GeForce RTX 3090 as an “8K graphics card”, it was more a replacement to the Titan RTX, which was not a gaming card at all. But Nvidia is selling out of all of its gaming cards either way, even with the inflated prices, so it’s possible the company will take advantage of that to sell an even more powerful GPU. 

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090: release date, where to buy, price and specs

The RTX 3090 is almost here. Dubbed the "BFGPU" of the new Nvidia Ampere family (that's a reference to Doom's BFG, in case you're wondering), the RTX 3090 is set to be the world's fastest graphics card when it launches this Thursday, September 24th, thanks to its ability to play and capture games in 8K - a feat which sounds impressive until you realise that the number of 8K displays you can actually buy at the moment is practically zero. Still, if you're dead set on having the best graphics card around for the foreseeable future, I've gathered together everything you need to know about the RTX 3090, including its specs, price, where you can buy one, and what time it goes on sale.

I'll be updating this article on a regular basis as we get closer to the RTX 3090's launch, so be sure to check back often so you can stay up to date. I'll also be testing the RTX 3090 myself very soon, too, so it won't be long before we can see exactly what kind of speeds this ludicrously overpowered GPU is capable of producing.

RTX 3090: What you need to know

What is it? Nvidia's first 8K gaming GPU
When is it coming out? September 24th
What time does it go on sale? 6am PT / 2pm BST
How much is it? £1399 / $1499

RTX 3090 release date

The RTX 3090 is releasing worldwide on September 24th, a week after the RTX 3080. It will be the second Ampere GPU Nvidia to come out this year, followed by the RTX 3070 sometime in October.

This is the day that you'll be able to buy both the Nvidia Founders Edition of the RTX 3090 and third party partner versions of the card from Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA and other manufacturers. You might find it difficult to get hold of one until early next year, though, as Nvidia have already apologised about their "limited supply" of cards available at launch.

Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang holding the enormous RTX 3090

RTX 3090 price

The Nvidia Founders Edition of the RTX 3090 costs £1399 in the UK and $1499 in the US. Third party versions of the card, however, are likely to be a lot more expensive depending on how much they've been factory overclocked by the manufacturers.

On the plus side, if you buy an RTX 3090 between its release date and October 29th, you'll also get a free copy of Watch Dogs Legions and a year’s subscription to GeForce Now.

Where to buy an RTX 3090

The RTX 3090 goes on sale at 6am Pt / 2pm BST today, September 24th, and below you'll find a list of retailers who have RTX 3090 product pages, as well as various bits of pricing information.

In the UK:

In the US:

So far, these are the cheapest RTX 3090 prices I can find in the UK and the US, but for more information, check out our dedicated Where to buy the RTX 3090 article.


RTX 3090 specs

As you'd expect from the BFGPU of Nvidia's RTX 3000 family, the RTX 3090 has the best specs of the lot, coming in with a massive 24GB of memory like the outgoing Nvidia RTX Titan, and an enormous number of CUDA cores. Nvidia haven't released all of the RTX 3090's specs just yet, such as memory speed or memory bandwidth, but I've summarised the keys specs they have announced below.

RTX 3090 specs

CUDA Cores: 10496
Base / Boost Clock: 1.4GHz / 1.7GHz
VRAM: 24GB GDDR6X
Memory Interface Width: 384-bit
Power: 350W
Recommended System Power: 750W

Despite being much closer in price to the RTX 2080 Ti, Nvidia have positioned the RTX 3090 as a replacement to the RTX Titan rather than the 2080 Ti. Previously, Nvidia's Titan GPUs weren't really classed as consumer graphics cards. They used the same architecture as their GeForce siblings, but were very much intended for professional content creation rather than purely for gaming. With the RTX 3090, however, Nvidia have left the Titan name behind and created a new 90 tier right at the top of their RTX 3000 family, no doubt in the hopes of persuading ardent enthusiasts to cough up a bit more cash so they've got the latest and greatest.

The RTX 3090 also comes with 2nd Gen ray tracing cores and 3rd Gen Tensor cores for improved ray tracing and DLSS performance. Nvidia say their RTX 3000 series will be able to offer up to twice the ray tracing performance compared to the previous generation, although so far, they've only released figures that show each card's combined ray tracing and DLSS performance as opposed to their raw ray tracing speeds. As a result, it's probably best to take this figure with a pinch of salt until proper benchmarks start to come through. Either way, the RTX 3090 is sure to be significantly faster than the RTX 2080 Ti. That much is pretty much a given at this point.

A graph showing how Ampere's ray tracing performance compares to Turing

As Nvidia were keen to point out during their RTX 3000 series launch event, the RTX 3090 is the first consumer graphics card to be able to play games in 8K. That's a resolution of 7680x4320, which is four times as many pixels as 4K. At the moment, 8K gaming monitors don't really exist yet. Instead, we're only just about starting to see 8K TVs coming through, and even then the cheapest of the lot will set you back at least £3000 / $3000-odd. As a result, you're going to need a heck of a lot money if you're really going to make the most of what the RTX 3090 is capable of when it comes to raw gaming performance.

At the moment, Nvidia are promising speeds of 60fps at 8K on the RTX 3090, and have released the following graph to show you what to expect. As you can see below, some games such as Control, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and even Death Stranding will be largely unplayable in 8K without the assistance of Nvidia's DLSS tech.

A graph showing the RTX 3090's 8K gaming performance.

The good news is that Nvidia are developing a special DLSS 8K Ultra Performance mode for the RTX 3090, which will accelerate its DLSS performance even further in supported games. At time of writing, these games include Boundary, Bright Memory: Infinite, Control, Death Stranding, Justice, Minecraft, Ready Or Note, Scavengers, Watch Dogs Legion and Wolfenstein: Youngblood, but it's currently unknown whether more games will follow in their wake (and how quickly we can expect them to get support added in).

Naturally, you're going to need a beefy power supply so you don't end up throttling the RTX 3090, and Nvidia recommend you have a 750W PSU at the absolute minimum. The Founders Edition of the RTX 3090 will also make use of Nvidia's new 12-pin power connector, but the good news is that an adapter for this will be included in the box. Third party RTX 3090 cards, on the other hand, only need a regular 2x 8-pin power connector.


Those are the headline facts for the RTX 3090, and I'll be updating this article with more information as it becomes available. In the meantime, you can read all about our favourite GPUs in our roundup of the best graphics cards, what games currently support ray tracing and DLSS, as well as find all the best current graphics card prices in our regularly updated graphics card deals hub.

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Where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 — latest restock updates

Seeking out where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 at its RRP is a stupidly difficult task, with U.S and U.K. retailers pretty much constantly out of stock.

Even in the face of a lot of retailers being utterly out of stock, we've still rounded up the retailers that have the $1,499 graphics card on their books. Just don't expect any new GeForce RTX 3090 to arrive in high volumes in the foreseeable future.   

As of October 11, there's no GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards in stock, at reasonable prices at least. 

So, here's a list of retailers selling the monstrously powerful graphics card; most are currently out of stock. Check back regularly to see if GeForce RTX 3090 supplies have been replenished. 

Latest Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 deals

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090: Where to buy 

Where to buy Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 in the U.S.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090: $1,499 at Nvidia
Nvidia offers its own RTX 3090 model, as well as those from a few third-party graphics card makers.View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $1,499 at Best Buy
Best Buy has a selection of GeForce RTX 3090 cards from Nvidia's version to more expensive models from Asus, MSI and Gigabyte. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $1,499 at Newegg
Newegg has a comprehensive selection of GeForce RTX 3090 cards. These include cards from Zotac, EVGA, MSI and Asus. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $2,899 @ Amazon
Amazon now has a selection of RTX 3090 cards from the likes of PNY, Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI. Even better, you can have Amazon notify you when stock is replenished. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: from $1,499 at B&H
B&H has a good selection of GeForce RTX 3090 cards, from MSI, Gigabyte, and Asus. But you'll need to wait for them to come back in stock. View Deal

Where to buy the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 in the U.K

GeForce RTX 3090: from £1,529 at Overclockers
Overclockers is only selling third-party models of the GeForce RTX 3090, so be prepared to pay a pretty penny for them. However, you can pre-order the graphics cards from the retailer, hopefully securing one when they are back in stock. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: check stock at Scan
Online PC hardware retailer Scan has a landing page that will tell you what GeForce RX 3000-series cards it has in stock. You can view its range of RTX 3090 cards here. View Deal

GeForce RTX 3090: check stock at eBuyer
There's a suite of GeForce RTX 3090 cards on offer at eBuyer. Last we checked a Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 was in stock. View Deal

There's a good chance that you'll probably struggle to get a GeForce RTX 3090 anytime soon. But if you're really keen on getting the powerful GPU and have other PC parts that need a refresh, then you could simply opt for a new gaming machine altogether. 

Alienware, Cyberpower, Falcon Northwest, iBUYPOWER, Maingear, Origin have desktops on offer with the GeForce RTX 3090 as a graphics card option, including versions of our picks for the best gaming PC. Just bear in mind that these are seriously expensive PCs costing several thousands of dollars. You will, however, end up with a PC that will basically chew through pretty much any game you can throw with ease as the very highest of settings. 

If all this seems a bit much, then bear in mind AMD Big Navi is on it's way on October 28. It's looking set to offer serious power, potentially at prices that undercut Nvidia's new graphics cards. So if you've not managed to secure a new Nvidia GeForce 3000-series GPU, then there's more to come from the graphics world this fall. 

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3090 date rtx release

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 still rules the roost, even despite AMD’s efforts to topple it. Nvidia’s newest flagship boasts 24GB of GDDR6X RAM tucked behind that huge heatsink, and it delivers when it comes to hardcore gaming and 3D rendering. In fact, it has since replaced the manufacturer’s two highest performing graphics cards of the previous generation, the Nvidia Titan RTX and the RTX 2080 Ti.

Even with the newest AAA games, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 delivers amazing 4K performance and can even handle 8K gaming at 60fps, though it’s not quite perfect at that level. So, while its predecessors may have set a high bar to meet, it’s proven to be up to the challenge. In fact, while it can handle the best PC games without breaking a sweat, it’s more attractive to those who need some heavy graphical lifting for 3D animation and video rendering.

Especially at that price. Unfortunately, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 also comes at quite a premium, making the slightly more affordable RTX 3080 and the 3090’s rival, the Radeon RX 6900XT, more attractive to most mainstream gamers. The 3090 is, by far, the most powerful GPU in the consumer market, but it still best serves those who don’t care about price and want the best or those with projects that require hardware-accelerated rendering. 

Price and availability

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is available right now, starting at $1,499 (£1,399, around AU$2,030) for Nvidia's own Founders Edition. However, this will be the first time Nvidia has opened up a Titan-level card up to third party graphics card manufacturers like MSI, Asus and Zotac, which means you can expect some versions of the RTX 3090 to be significantly more expensive. 

It's hard to pin down whether this is a price increase or a price cut over the previous generation. Compared to the Titan RTX, it's a massive price cut, where that card cost an outrageous $2,499 (£2,399, AU$3,999) for similar, albeit last-generation, specs. However, the RTX 2080 Ti, which in some ways still doesn't have a direct successor, launched at $1,199 (£1,099, AU$1,899). 

The RTX 3090, then, exists in kind of a middle ground. The GeForce name suggests that this graphics card is aimed at gamers, but the specs and pricing suggest that it's more geared towards prosumers that need raw rendering power, but aren't quite ready to jump into the Nvidia Quadro and Tesla worlds. 

Features and chipset

Just like its little sibling, the RTX 3080, the RTX 3090 is built on the Nvidia Ampere architecture, using the full-fat GA102 GPU. This time around, we're getting 82 Streaming Multiprocessors (SM), making for a total of 10,496 CUDA cores, along with 328 Tensor cores and 82 RT Cores.

At first glance, the small bump up from the 72 SMs on the Nvidia Turing-based Titan RTX seems like a minor improvement, but one of the most groundbreaking differences with the Ampere architecture is the ability for both datapaths on each SM being able to handle FP32 workloads. This means that CUDA core counts per SM is effectively doubled, which is why the RTX 3090 is such a rendering behemoth. 

The RTX 3090 is also rocking 24GB of GDDR6X video memory on a 384-bit bus, which makes for 936 GB/s of memory bandwidth – that's nearly a terabyte of data every second. Having such a huge allocation of VRAM that is this fast means that anyone that does heavy 3D rendering work in applications like Davinci Resolve and Blender will get a huge benefit. And, when your work involves these applications, anything that can shave time off of project times saves you money in the long term. Combined with the comparatively low cost – at least compared to the Titan RTX – the RTX 3090 is straight up a bargain. 

As we mentioned in our RTX 3080 review, both the Tensor cores and RT cores that Nvidia has made such a huge deal of these past couple graphics card generations see big improvements, too. Namely, throughput of RT cores has doubled with the second-generation ones present on RTX 3000 series cards. 

In ray tracing applications, the SM will essentially cast a light ray, then offload ray tracing workloads to the RT cores, where they will calculate where in the scene it bounces, reporting that data back to the SM. In the past, ray tracing was basically impossible to do in real time, as the SM would be responsible for doing that whole calculation on its own, on top of any rasterization it had to do at the same time. 

But while the RT Core takes on a huge bulk of that workload, ray tracing is still a very computationally expensive technology, which means that it still has a heavy performance cost, which is why DLSS is becoming more and more important, both in gaming and in programs like D5 Render. 

The third-generation Tensor Cores present in Nvidia Ampere graphics cards have also seen a massive improvement, doubling in speed over the Turing Tensor Core. However, DLSS performance hasn't seen a 2x performance bump overall, as each SM now packs a single Tensor Core, whereas Turing had two Tensor Cores per SM. 

These Tensor Cores do more than just power DLSS, however. They're also the technology that enables Nvidia Broadcast, which is by far one of the most underrated features released for this generation. 

We have been using Nvidia Broadcast during all of our meetings and late-night Discord hangouts over the last few weeks, and it is phenomenal at both filtering unwanted noise out of your microphone and replacing your background when you're in the 50th Zoom call of the week, and you have lost all energy and will to clean up. 

Now that we've all been working from home for so long, and with it looking like that's going to become the new normal, anything that makes video conferencing less stressful is a huge benefit. The best part is that this technology is available to anyone with an Nvidia RTX-powered device. 

However, we have to talk about power consumption. At its peak during our testing, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 consumed a maximum of 357 Watts. That's a lot of juice, especially if you're pairing it with a powerful processor. Nvidia recommends a minimum power supply of 750W, but we would go further and just recommend a full 1,000W PSU with this card, just to be sure you don't run into any random shutdowns if your power supply isn't running at peak efficiency. 

Founders Edition Design

Just like the RTX 3080, the Founders Edition of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is hands-down the best cooler design Team Green has ever shipped itself. While this is an absolutely massive graphics card – the thing is 12.3 inches long, is a 3-slot card, and weighs, well a lot. Look, we don't have a scale, and Nvidia doesn't list the weight, but it's easily more than 7 lb. 

Aesthetically it looks very similar to the RTX 3080 Founders Edition, with a black and gunmetal gray color scheme, and fans on either side of the GPU. The same cooling philosophy applies here – suck air up through the graphics card and exhaust it towards the top of the case. The heatsink also has a ton of surface area, which lends to more efficient cooling. 

In order to facilitate this cooler design, the PCB had to be completely redesigned, in order for it to even be possible to pass air through the back of the graphics card. Because of this, Nvidia implemented a new 12-pin PCIe power connector, rather than the dual 8-pin connectors you may have expected. At the time of writing there aren't really any power supplies that natively support this new power connector, though there are some custom cables from the likes of Corsair in the works. Luckily, Nvidia includes a 2 x 8-pin to 1 x 12-pin power connector in the box, so it's not something you have to worry about right now. 

It is a bit unsightly, however, and it's hard to have the same kind of clean cable setup as you would otherwise. However, third-party graphics card manufacturers are using the same 8-pin power connector as always, so you can always just go with one of those if you need to. 

Because this is a large triple-slot card, you're going to want to double check to make sure your case can actually support it. Some people with trendy micro ATX and mini-ITX cards will sadly be out of luck. 

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090: Release date, price, performance and features

The Nvidia RTX 3090 has officially been confirmed as the first ever 8K-capable consumer graphics card.

Nvidia launched its new flagship graphics card alongside the RTX 3080 and RTX 3070, with the new generation of GPUs flaunting unrivalled performance power.

Here’s a quick rundown of the confirmed features and specs:

  • Capable of 8K gaming at 60fps
  • Has a starting price of £1399 ($1499)
  • Features 24GB GDDR6X video memory
  • Uses Ampere architecture, featuring Samsung’s 8nm process
  • Supports HDMI 2.1
  • 8K HDR ShadowPlay

We will hopefully be getting the graphics card to review very soon, so stay tuned to Trusted Reviews for more information.

Related: Nvidia Ampere

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 release date – When will it launch?

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 will launch on 24 September 2020

The RTX 3080 will hit stores in September too, but you’ll have to wait until October for the RTX 3070.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 price – How much will it cost?

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 has a starting price of £1399 ($1499)

That’s incredibly expensive, but this is the very first 8K gaming GPU, so it comes as no surprise.

Related: Best Graphics Cards

Nvidia Ampere RTX 3090

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 specs 

The RTX 3090 features the new Ampere architecture, which uses Samsung’s 8nm process. This means the node won’t be quite as compact as the upcoming AMD RDNA 2 architecture, but Nvidia is making up for that by pushing up the video memory to dizzying heights. 

The next-gen graphics card is confirmed to feature Micron’s 24GB GDDR6X video memory. Micron suggests this amount of video memory ‘will be able to break the 1TB/s of system bandwidth barrier’, which is a big landmark for graphics cards since consumer options have never really come close to hitting that record. 

Related: RTX 3090 vs RTX 3080

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
Nvidia CUDA Cores10,4964352
Boost Clock Speed (GHz)1.701.64
Memory24GB GDDR6X11GB GDDR6
Graphics card power (W)350260

Nvidia has already confirmed its next-gen graphics card will require a new 12-pin PCIe power adapter. Hardwareluxx writer Andreas Schilling has shown the Seasonic-made connector in photos, with the accompanying box reading ‘Nvidia 12-pin PCIe Molex Micro-Fit 3.0 Connector’. 

The GPU also features a whopping 350W power draw, which is unsurprisingly high given the graphics card potential size and performance power. Nvidia recommends a whopping 750W PSU to power a computer equipped with it’s flagship graphics card. 

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 performance

The RTX 3090 is the world’s first 8K-capable gaming GPU. This incredibly powerful graphics card is apparently capable of hitting 60fps in 8K for “many top games”, and so should easily be able to handle 4K gaming too.

Nvidia claims it’s 50% more powerful than the Titan RTX, and yet is also 10x quieter thanks to a dual-axial, flow-through design.

We’ll have to wait until we get our hands on a review sample to determine whether these figures stand up, but the spec sheet sure does look impressive.

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