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GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards are bundled with 3×8-pin to PCIe Gen5 (16-pin) power adapters

PCIe Gen5 link connector to take care of 450W of force

The forthcoming leader RTX 3090 Ti designs card will require unique power link connectors.

As per the releases, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti has a TDP of 450W. With such powerful information, even two 8-pin PCIe power are not adequate, such an arrangement can support 300W of force.

This is a significant contrast between the RTX 3090 and RTX 3090 Ti cards. The Founders Edition of the previous leader SKU delivered in 2020 elements a 12-pin connector (fundamentally a similar link yet without the 'sense' pins). It is transported with a double 8-pin to the 12-pin power connector. This is clear enough for the 350W TDP because the card actually approaches 75W of force through the PCIe interface.

The RTX 3090 Ti with 100W higher TDP will require three 8-pin power links or a local execution of the 12VHPWR (12+4 or 16-pin) PCIe Gen5. Notwithstanding, the power supplies with the local link won't be accessible on schedule for RTX 3090 Ti, which dispatches on March 29th. Hence, the connector is required.

The connector will give 450W of force alone and an aggregate of 525W with the PCIe interface. One ought to expect various custom RTX 3090 TI plans to arrive at 500W of the most extreme TDP.

The RTX 3090 Ti features a GA102-350 GPU with all 10752 CUDA cores enabled. This is NVIDIA’s first RTX model with 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory and a new power connector. The RTX 3090 Ti should be the last flagship Ampere SKUs to launch before NVIDIA unleashes its Ada GPUs later this year.

Source: videocardz