While it is expected that Nvidia could announce its RTX 3090 Ti graphics card at CES 2022 event, it appears that the launch date is set for a few days later, January 27th to be precise.
A leaked document from MSI, published by Videocardz.com, suggests that the NDA embargo lift date for MSI RTX 3090 Ti SURPIM X 24G is set for January 27th, 15:00 CET.
Specifications have been rumored for quite some time, featuring 10,752 CUDA cores, and 24GB of 21Gbps GDDR6X memory. It is also rumored that Nvidia is switching to Micron's 2GB GDDR6X chips, which should simplify the design and cooling, at least compared to the 1GB GDDR6X chips used on the RTX 3090. It is also rumored that the TDP could be as high as 450W.
In any case, we expect to see plenty of custom designs and announcements from the likes of ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI, and others as soon as Nvidia officially announces the new flagship graphics card.