For the successor to the GeForce RTX 3090 Suprim X (test) , which comes with a standard TDP of 420 watts, MSI will increase the TDP ex works to 480 watts and recommends a power supply with 1,000 instead of a 3 × 8-pin power supply 850 watts nominal power. In gaming or OC mode, 500 watts+ will also be possible.

It's going towards 500 watts

The Twitter user @wxnod managed to get the official specifications of the upcoming MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X on the manufacturer's website, which should not have been available regardless of the alleged temporary production stop of the 3090 Ti . Nvidia has not yet given a date for the new high-end graphics card, the last guess was January 27th - the day on which the GeForce RTX 3050 will also be released.

As before, MSI's new RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X offers an Extreme Performance mode in addition to the Silent, Game and OC modes, which requires the MSI Dragon Center. The RTX 3090 Suprim X unlocks up to 450 watts TDP in this way, with the new RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X it should then be over 500 watts. In percentage terms, the surcharge would be lower than expected for Nvidia's Founders Edition: 450 instead of 350 watts have been discussed here for weeks.

3090 Suppress X → 3090 Ti Suppress X

1.860 MHz → 1.880 MHz (Standard Mode)

1.875 MHz → 1.900 MHz (Extreme Performance)
420 Watt Standard-TDP → 480 Watt Standard-TDP

850 watts PSU recommended → 1,000 watts PSU recommended

24 GB GDDR6X mit 19,5 Gb/s → 24 GB GDDR6X mit 21,0 Gb/s

10,496 CUDA-Colors → 10,752 CUDA-Colors!

Only the power supply via three 8-pin PCIe connectors remains the same, although MSI has increased the recommendation from an 850 watt power supply to 1,000 watts now. The dimensions, which have not changed at 336 × 140 × 61 mm, as well as the only slightly higher weight of 1,905 to 1,895 grams, also suggest that the Suprim-X cooler has been retained 1:1.

A TDP that can be set to over 500 watts without a mod should not mean the end of the road for the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. At least the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N , which can theoretically absorb up to 1,275 watts via 2× 16-pin and the PCIe slot, should be even higher. The Suprim X would be very close to the limit with 500 to 510 watts (PCIe: 525 watts).

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