Like the GeForce RTX 30 Series used in other laptops and mobiles, the new RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti based on ampere architecture will soon be seen in entry-level laptops in the market where the GeForce GTX 16 Series is currently popular. Many brands such as Alienware, Razer, MSI, Lenovo, Asus, Dell, Acer, HP and Gigabyte as well as smaller boutique OEMs can now unveil their refreshed models soon. Their launch is coincidentally with Intel’s 11th Gen ‘Tiger Lake’ CPU.
The GeForce RTX 3050 Ti has 2,560 execution units called CUDA cores and 20 “Streaming Multiprocessor” (SM) clusters with 80 tensor cores. The RTX 3050 has 2,048 CUDA cores and the 16 SM has 64 tensor cores. Both come in a 128-bit bus with 4GB of GDDR6 RAM.
The TDP range can be configured by laptop OEMs between 35W and 80W, which will vary from model to model. It will also affect the operating frequency range. Both these GPUs are listed with boost clock speed range of 1035 1695MHz and 1,057 1,740MHz respectively.
Apart from gaming laptops, both these GPUs will also be seen in entry level and portable creator laptops. Nvidia says that instead of waiting for long renders, with the help of DLSS acceleration, artists can now visualize the design in real time. At the same time, video editors can now work on 8K RAW footage as well. It has been claimed for e-sports competitors that the GeForce RTX 3050 Ti can deliver latency of 144fps and sub-25ms even in games such as Overwatch and Valorant. Apart from this, Nvidia also has other features such as AI powered noise and background removal, which provide advantages in streaming and video conferencing software.
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