What you need to know
- PNY joined other popular GPU brands in launching new flagship RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards.
- The company launched the PNY XLR8 Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti as well as an overclocked version with higher speeds.
- Availability and pricing have yet to be confirmed by PNY.
PNY announced the expansion of the company's RTX 30 series line-up of graphics cards with two new additions. The PNY XLR8 Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti UPRISING and PNY XLR8 Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti UPRISING OC will shortly become the flagship models and best graphics card PNY has to offer.
The new NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti GPU is capable of running modern games and other intensive applications thanks to the included 10,752 CUDA cores, as well as 78 RT and 320 Tensor cores. Other impressive specifications include 24GB of GDDR6X VRAM that's capable of hitting up to 21Gb/s.
It's certainly got the numbers down on paper and PNY is looking to add its own touch with the launch of the aforementioned two new RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards. The two cards are identical in design with only the clock speeds being different. The cards have an RGB-equipped triple-fan cooler and DisplayPort 1.4a and HDMI 2.1 ports on the rear.
PNY hasn't gone overboard with the design of the new GPUs and you'd be forgiven to mistake them for another card in the company's collection. There's a metal backplate to help combat sagging and the heatsink appears to be thick with ample coverage across the important components. Only time will tell just how good these will perform (and we'll hope to get them in!).
Unfortunately, we have no details on pricing or availability just yet, though we imagine PNY will launch its new GPUs alongside other brands. PNY will cover its new GPUs with a three-year limited warranty.
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