Straight from CES 2022, there will be a number of significant upgrades to the RTX 3090 GPU in Nvidia’s 2022 items. The card was presented in September 2020 as a component of the new Ampere design and has just been around for a year. Despite being the top gaming GPU, the RTX 3090 Ti is ready to take off much higher. As a super-charged upgrade to Nvidia’s leader RTX 3090, the RTX 3090 Ti is presently the most impressive gaming designs card Nvidia has made.
At this point, except you’re planning to play these exceptional games at 8K resolution then, the RTX 3090 Ti will probably be over the top excess. No games right now appropriately pressure the RTX 3090, and the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3080 other than the RTX 3090 Ti
As Nvidia is known to be generally strong – and overly priced gaming GPU, the RTX 3090 Ti will be for individuals who are glad to pay for performances they won’t be needed just for some time. That’s if you find one to be available – GPUs are still truly difficult to get hold of. Still, we are glad to see the new GPUs, especially ones that really push the limits, and the RTX 3090 Ti looks set to do just that. It’s a” monster GPU” says Jeff Fisher, an Nvidia representative.
High-end users, including enthusiast gamers and creative pros, will likely be drawn to the new RTX 3090 Ti desktop graphics due to the number of capabilities it will be offering. Nvidia has claimed that his card comes packed with 24GB of fast GDDR6X memory running at 21Gbps, allowing 40 teraflops for shaders, 78 teraflops for ray tracing, and 320 teraflops for A.I. processing. This card is expected to be the reigning champ by overpowering the RTX 3090 and becoming the most powerful in Nvidia’s current desktop lineup
New GeForce RTX 3050 desktops
The company has also hinted about plans of expanding lineups of the desktop graphics cards, by also adding the GeForce RTX 3050. The card will possess rya tracing and better A.I. capabilities to mainstream desktops at a rather affordable price. Fisher says “RTX is the new standard, and the GeForce RTX 3050 makes it more accessible than ever.” The desktop GPU which is an entry-level GPU is said to deliver up to 60 fps gaming performance with regards to A.I. and graphics cores based on Nvidia’s Ampere GPU architecture. The RTX 3050 boasts 8GB of GDDR6 memory, and it will be available at $249 starting January 27.
GeForce Now Expansion
Nvidia didn’t just top at announcing its new GPU lineup, the company also revealed new partnerships with AT&T and Samsung to deliver to a larger audience its streaming GeForce Now game platform. The GeForce Now will now work on AT&T’s 5G mobile network, users who subscribe to AT&T at $99 will get a six-month GeForce Now Priority Membership for free on qualifying plans. According to Fisher “GeForce Now on the AT&T 5G network delivers ultra-responsive cloud gaming on the go.” This service will deliver 120 fps at 1440p on PCs and 4K with HDR on Shield TV.
The company’s partnership with Samsung will deliver Nvidia’s cloud streaming platform to smart TVs via Samsung’s Gaming Hub starting in the second quarter of the year. Nvidia discloses that about 100 million subscribers are expected on its streaming gaming platform by 2024. Starting from the day of the announcement, the GeForce Now platform will include support for Battlefield 4 and Battlefield 5 along with a catalogue of more than 1,1000 PC games. Another addition to the expansion of GeForce Now, four upcoming game titles that will launch this year was showcased. Nvidia says these games will support either RTX, DLSS, or both technologies. “Escape From Tarkov and Rainbow Six Extraction (starting January 20) is adding DLSS, while The Day Before (starting June 21) and Dying Light 2 Stay Human (Starting in February) are adding both DLSS and ray tracing,” Nvidia stated.