As I get ready to call it a night before Nvidia takes the stage in the morning, I just want to say that I can’t wait to see what it has to offer. It’s definitely a mid-gen launch, so probably nothing entirely groundbreaking, but I really want to see if the company will focus on even higher-end products that no one needs, or if they fill the rest of their business. stack of products with affordable products. maps that people can actually get their hands on.
It’s hard, I want to ask for both, but I know it’s unlikely. Never mind! I guess we’ll see tomorrow morning!
We’ve heard so many rumors about the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Ti that we’re starting to think it might actually be coming. Honestly, that would make sense to us – the RTX 3080 Ti made the RTX 3090 completely irrelevant for gamers who aren’t going to completely saturate 24GB of GDDR6X memory. So while we usually would say “please pull out a budget card” – we kinda want to see something flashy right now.
We wouldn’t be very surprised if we saw Ti-branded laptop GPUs appear, and it wouldn’t be unprecedented. The RTX 2080 Super and the rest of the Super-branded Turing line appeared in laptops in March 2020, roughly 6 months before the RTX 3080 embellished our lives. So an RTX 3080 Ti for a laptop would be early if it showed up at CES 2022, but not enough to make it infeasible.