ZOTAC adds GeForce RTX 3090Ti, RTX 3080Ti and RTX 3070Ti to its FireStorm software

Published: 18th May 2021, 16:35 GMT   Comments

ZOTAC expects RTX 3090 Ti

It has been discovered by Japanese PC Mania that the ZOTAC FireStorm overclocking utility already lists unreleased graphics cards. 

By far the most interesting part of this ‘leak’ is the appearance of RTX 3090 Ti. So far we have not heard anything about this SKU, which leads us to believe that it may simply be a placeholder. In any other case, this would be the first trace of this new SKU. The update arrives just in time NVIDIA is set to announce its new RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti models.

The latest FireStorm has a separate ‘resources’ directory, which contains nothing else than images that are used by the GPU software. All RTX 30 Ti logos were created at the same time which is April 21st. It is unclear when was this update released with the software as ZOTAC does not list a changelog for its GPU tool.

ZOTAC RTX 3090 Ti, RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti in FireStrom utility, Source: VideoCardz

ZOTAC offers three versions of FireStorm software, dedicated either to RTX 30, RTX 20, or GTX/GT series. The leak can be found in the latest RTX 30 version.

ZOTAC RTX 3090 Ti, RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti in FireStrom utility, Source: VideoCardz

Source: Japanese PC Mania, ZOTAC

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