EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING, 24G-P5-4985-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3 Technology, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate, Includes eLeash

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EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING, 24G-P5-4985-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3 Technology, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate, Includes eLeash
EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING, 24G-P5-4985-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3 Technology, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate, Includes eLeash

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Specification: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING, 24G-P5-4985-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3 Technology, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate, Includes eLeash

Best Seller Ranking

#41 in Desktop Graphics Cards

Architechture

Ampere

DirectX

DirectX 12 Ultimate

Memory Type

GDDR6X

Memory Interface

384-Bit

Memory Size

24GB

Effective Memory Clock

21000 MHz

CUDA Cores

10752

OpenGL

OpenGL 4.6

Boost Clock

1920 MHz

GPU

GeForce RTX 3090 Ti

GPU Series

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series

Chipset Manufacturer

NVIDIA

Interface

PCI Express 4.0

Model

24G-P5-4985-KR

Series

FTW3 ULTRA

Brand

EVGA

HDMI

1 x HDMI 2.1

Slot Width

3.5 Slot

Card Dimensions L x H

11.81" x 5.38"

Max GPU Length

300 mm

Features

EVGA iCX3 Technology with Vapor Chamber CoolingAdjustable ARGB LEDAll-Metal Die-Cast Backplate, Pre-InstalledEVGA eLeash keeps your card level and prevents sagBuilt for EVGA Precision X12nd Gen Ray Tracing Cores3rd Gen Tensor CoresPCI Express Gen 4Microsoft DirectX 12 UltimateGDDR6X Graphics MemoryNVIDIA DLSSNVIDIA GeForce ExperienceNVIDIA G-SYNCNVIDIA GPU BoostNVIDIA NVLink (SLI-Ready)Game Ready DriversVulkan RT API, OpenGL 4.6DisplayPort 1.4aHDCP 2.3VR ReadySupports 4K 120Hz HDR, 8K 60Hz HDR and Variable Refresh Rate as specified in HDMI 2.1

HDCP Ready

2.3

Power Connector

1 x 16-Pin

System Requirements

850 Watt or greater power supply.PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0, PCI Express 3.0 or PCI Express 4.0 compliant motherboard with one graphics slot.An available 16-pin PCIe power dongle, a 16-pin PCIe adapter with three available 8-pin PCIe power dongles, or an EVGA PerFE 12 cable and an EVGA 1000W+ PSU.Windows 11, Windows 10.

Multi-Monitor Support

4

Thermal Design Power

450W

Cooler

Triple Fans

Virtual Reality Ready

Yes

SLI Support

SLI Ready

Max Resolution

7680 x 4320

DisplayPort

3 x DisplayPort 1.4a

Date First Available

March 29, 2022

EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING, 24G-P5-4985-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3 Technology, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate, Includes eLeash Videos

Price History

Price history for EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 Black Gaming, 24G-P5-4981-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3, ARGB LED, Backplate, Free eLeash
Latest updates:
  • $1,299.00 - August 19, 2022
  • $1,409.99 - August 16, 2022
  • $1,449.99 - August 5, 2022
  • $1,499.00 - July 27, 2022
  • $1,453.07 - July 25, 2022
Since: July 25, 2022
  • Highest Price: $1,499.00 - July 27, 2022
  • Lowest Price: $1,299.00 - August 19, 2022

World News

EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN costs $2500, you get a free 1600W PSU - TweakTown
July 3, 2022 - TweakTown
NVIDIA’s RTX 3080, 3080 Ti, 3090, and 3090 Ti are Discounted by up to $700 by EVGA - Hardware Times
July 14, 2022 - Hardware Times
EVGA's new PowerLink 52U: power connector BFF for RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN - TweakTown
July 13, 2022 - TweakTown

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING, 24G-P5-4985-KR, 24GB GDDR6X, iCX3 Technology, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate, Includes eLeash

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  1. mjg_electronics

    Great cutting edge GPU – A must have for 4k gaming

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  2. Shaun W.

    Pros: – Best performance you can get – Superb cooling – Best binned chips for the GA102 cards. Cons: – Biiiiiiig – Power consumption? – BIIIIIIIIIIIG – Price Overall Review: I love this card. I’ve had the 3080ti, 3090 and now the 3090ti. All from EVGA, all FTW3s. This one has exceeded my expectations in a few areas. First, the temps. After seeing the initial reviews with power consumption and temps, I was worried that in my case (Lian Li Evo) that it would have temperature issues due to the lack of airflow (waiting for a water block to go water build). That isn’t the case though. Temps are great on this thing, even when overclocked to 2.2GHz and the memory running 23.5Gbps. It rarely ever sees 70c while the fans are mostly silent. In addition to that, this is the best binned chip I’ve had in a long time. Without any curve tuning or power modding, this thing goes up to 2.2GHz, and settles around 2175mhz once heat soaked. The memory also overclocks very well, albeit slightly worse than what I’m seeing from other people with the same card. Also, on my model, the power consumption isn’t as drastic as I’ve seen in reviews. I have a hard time getting this thing to hit its 450w stock power limit, let alone the increased power limit of 480w. Benefit of getting a good bin I guess. The price is higher than what I paid for the 3090, but in this segment I don’t think many people care. The only real downside to this thing is its short life. With the 4000 series on the horizon this isn’t a GPU worth buying if you only buy once every few years. Wait for next gen.

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  3. Ronald S.

    Pros: HUUUUUUUUUUGGEE!! That means considering how power hungry and hot this is when used, a tank of heatsink is really needed! 3.25 slot i guess is the new size! Vram temp hovers 75 mining around 132mhs pulling 330w! That’s .40 effeciency if you’re to ask me! Cons: Expensive but hey if you have the money… why not?! Overall Review: Would recommend this if you don’t want to mess the vram thermal pads. This is plug and go!

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  4. Lessley S.

    Overall Review: Absolutely recommend

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  5. Brandon N.

    Pros: Very powerful 4k card, going from the 2080ti to the 3090ti wow! Can’t ask for much better performance. Cons: Puts off a lot of heat and takes up and extra few inches so may cover your other pci-e slot if you need it. It’s heavy it comes with a brace and sling to help with weight distribution. Power hungry comes with a 3 way adapter so better have 3 spare plugs on your cord from your psu. Overall Review: Highly recommend if you have the money and space in your pc.

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  6. Anonymous

    Pros: Newegg shipped out my video card in a timely manor. It was very easy to order the card online. It arrived on-time and in perfect condition. After installation, I tested the Nvidia 3090 RTX Ti and it really gave my games a giant boost in performance. Now getting 35-50 fps in MSFS with all game settings at maximum. Thanks Newegg for great customer service. Cons: No cons. Overall Review: I would highly recommend Newegg for ordering any product. The Nvidia GeForce RTX Ti video card is a must have for any gamer in boosting performance in any video game.

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  7. Ahbizmal

    Pros: -Top tier product for mining if that’s your thing. -Great rendering of games. -Who doesn’t want one? -Will compliment almost all builds. Cons: -Expensive -Package documentation could be more comprehensive. Overall Review: I love this thing. I had the coin and my last build was in 2011, so it was definitely time for an update. I splurged and got a lot of top tier items to build something that will last more than four (4) years. I could have waited for the 40 Series, and I still might give this to my son and go bigger, but I wanted to have something so that I could run Win 11, and i needed something now. Color and graphics are on point. Ray tracing is cool, if that is your thing (I am not sold yet). I’ve tried only a few games and 4K movies so far, and I can say that I am not disappointed in the least. -If you are running Norton Security, they now offer you to mine Etherium while your Rig is idle. So that is also a plus. I mean it only like 10 cents an hour, but hey, it’s money if you are not always on. The drawback is that it does use the GPU up to 98% so make sure you can cool it. -My specs for now: 12th Gen i9KF ( I didn’t need the additional graphics with this thing). Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 3600 128GB MSI MPG Z690 Edge MOBO EVGA 1300 PSU Thermaltake A51 Case Cool Master Hyper 212 RGB cooler 1TB Samsung 980Pro Gen 4 M.2 Win 11

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  8. Cordad

    Pros: Unlimited power, quiet, stays cool, and super easy to install. Cons: Wallet ouchies Overall Review: Great card overall and future proofs you for a while!

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  9. Anonymous

    Pros: Stays cool (Gaming temps never more than 75c in my Phanteks P600s case running at 4k) Runs pretty quiet (all I hear is fan noise which is much better than many other noises that can come from a PC) RGB is pretty cool (I really like the light bar at the front especially) Cons: It’s big (but it is shorter in length than many other 3090 TIs but always check it fits in your case) It shoots out a lot of heat (it’s a 450w card, you should honestly expect it but it’s really not a Con to me but could be for others) Expensive (but you get what you pay for in terms of performance. If you want the best you gotta pay) Overall Review: After trying 3 different MSI Suprim X 3090 TIs (First one just died, second on had terrible fans that made the noise a fan makes when the bearing is going bad, and the third had horrible, horrible coil whine) I decided to just get a full refund and try another card entirely so I decided on EVGA as it was my second choice anyway originally. After having it for about a week I can say I like it way more than the Suprim X as well as all previous cards I’ve had. I use it for work and for play and it does everything you can throw at it well with solid temps (as long as you have a good airflow case) and solid noise levels at stock. Highly recommend this card and if you’re also looking at the Suprim X I highly recommend this card over that one.

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