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Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti leaked pricing suggests a wallet-damaging GPU


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Could we see something in the order of a 30% price hike over the RTX 3090?Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti pricing has leaked from some European retailers, and it seems the new flagship graphics card could perhaps take a chunkier bite out of your wallet than you might expect compared to the vanilla RTX 3090 (although then again, you may well have prepared yourself for the worst anyway, if you were mulling buying this new top-end Ampere offering).As VideoCardz reports, purported prices have been spilled from at least two Swiss retailers and a German outlet (or at least the site is in German), and converted pricing (from Swiss Francs or Euros) gives a range of price tags from about $3,500 (around £2,560, or AU$4,860) to $4,500 (around £3,290, or AU$6,240).Admittedly, two of the four prices mentioned – all of which are for MSI’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Suprim X, except in one case, where it’s MSI’s Gaming X Trio model – are at the lower end of the scale, but clearly these are going to be costly cards if these retailers are correct.Naturally, we must be very cautious around any pre-release pricing, because often these tags can be mere placeholders, or to put it another way, guesswork, really.

As said here by Darren Allan