NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB Mining Hashrate

Nvidia has recently introduced the RTX 3090 Ti, an enhanced iteration of the RTX 3090. Complete details have yet to be disclosed, however, the RTX 3090 Ti is anticipated to possess quicker memory, more substantial memory modules, and operate at a 10% higher speed relative to the RTX 3090. This card is expected to surpass in graphics capability and energy efficiency, alongside a more significant cost and a higher power consumption than the models that came before it.

For more information about the expected specifications and hashrates of the RTX 3090 Ti 24GB, keep reading

Preview of what the RTX 3090 Ti could look like

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB Specifications :

NVIDIA CUDA® Cores :10752
Tensor Cores :336
RT Cores : 84
Single Precision performance : 40 TFLOPS
RT Core Performance : 78 TFLOPS
Tensor Performance : 320 TFLOPS
Base Clock : 1560 MHz
Boost Clock : 1860 MHz
Memory Specs :
Memory Speed : 21 Gbps
Standard Memory Config : 24 GB GDDR6X
Memory Interface Width : 384-bit
Memory Bandwidth : 1008 GB/sec
Graphics Card Dimensions
– Height :2.4″
– Length:13.2″
– Width :5.5″
Power Specs:
Graphics Card Power : 450 W
Recommended System Power : 850 to 1000 W (Rumored)
Maximum Digital Resolution :7680×4320 @60Hz
System Interface : PCI Express 5.0 x16 (Rumored)
Display Connectors : 1x HDMI, 3x DisplayPort

As the card is not available yet, there is no concrete information about its power consumption and hashrates for various algorithms.

Fortunately, the hashrates can be estimated from the bandwidth. An RTX 3090 Ti has a bandwidth of 1008 GB/s, which is around 107.69% of the 936 GB/s offered by a non-Ti RTX 3090. Hence, the hashrates of an RTX 3090 Ti can be estimated by simply multiplying the hashrates of an RTX 3090 by 107.69%. The hashrates of a non-Ti RTX 3090 can be found here.

RTX 3090 Ti Mining Hashrates by Algorithm

[ Expected Power Consumption ~400 Watts/hr ]

EtHash Mining Hashrate : ~130 MH/s
KawPow Mining Hashrate : ~49.5 MH/s
BeamV3 Mining Hashrate : ~61.4 Sol/s
GrinCuckatoo32 Mining Hashrate : ~1.54 G/s
CuckooCycle Mining Hashrate ~10.6 G/s
GrinCuckatoo31 Mining Hashrate : ~3.14 G/s
ZHash Mining Hashrate : ~146.6 Sol/s

While the estimated hashrates seems promising, there is a possibility that Nvidia will release the RTX 3090 Ti cards with a “Lite Hash Rate (LHR)” identifier, similar to the RTX 3080, RTX 3070, and RTX 3060 Ti cards. The LHR identifier signifies that the card has a reduced hashrate, resulting in limited mining performance. On a good note, Nvidia has yet to announce that the RTX 3090 Ti card will be shipped with the hashrate limiter, as of the time of writing.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB Expected Mining Hashrate Video:

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB Release Date

Given that the current version of the RTX 3090 is still in production just over a year old when this new card was announced at CES, there is currently no release date scheduled. However the RTX 3090 was released on September 17, 2020.

Given the same timeframe, it’s fair to say this card could be released by Christmas 2022, just in time for gamers and miners to treat themselves on an upgrade

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB Images

Many of the usual manufacturers have not officially released any images of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti cards. Nonetheless, here are some images from various leaks displaying what the box or cards might look like.


If you’re looking for the gold standard of GPU for mining, this looks to be your best pick.

Although, if you’re wanting to snap one up, there will be extremely limited stock, presumably it wont even make it to retail market. If it does, be quick!

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