Back at the CES 2022 event, Nvidia revealed to the world (image below) its next "big ferocious GPU (BFGPU)", the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, a card faster than the RTX 3090, the latter being the current flagship of the Ampere lineup. The company stated back then that more details regarding the product would be shared by the end of the month, ie, January.
However, that evidently didn't happen and when inquired about the matter, Nvidia gave the following statement to The Verge. The company's spokesperson Jen Andersson said:
We don’t currently have more info to share on the RTX 3090 Ti, but we’ll be in touch when we do.
The response is pretty bland, a standard statement that companies often give which provides no indication of any positive or negative development. However, rumors are generally pointing to a much more negative outlook for the RTX 3090 Ti.
Back in January itself, soon after the CES 2022 event ended, reports about Nvidia asking its add-in-board (AIB) partners to cease production of the RTX 3090 Ti aftermarket variants surfaced.
Tech YouTuber and renowned leakster Moore's Law Is Dead (MLID) also alleges that sources close to it have confirmed that the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is "delayed indefinitely".
MLID says that the reason for the delay is related to some PCB design issues, among other things, which are causing problems for the 3090 Ti. The card reportedly features a 450W total graphics power (TGP) and making enough workable, fully functional 8nm 3090 Ti units is seemingly a challenge at the moment.
For all this power, the RTX 3090 Ti will feature 24GB of the fastest GDDR6X memory on the entire Ampere lineup at 21Gbps. The card is rumored to pack the full GA102 die with 10,752 CUDA Cores. Some of the highest models, like EVGA's Kingpin, could feature a power headroom of up to 975W.
Source: The Verge