First razor-sharp photos of the Nvidia RTX 3050 at Inno3D

The RTX 3050 looks set to become a reality, as here are the first good shots of a product featuring these new chips from Nvidia. As the name suggests, this model is intended as a new boarding pass for the RTX 30 series of the green camp. It should not only be an interesting product from a price point of view, but it could also mean that this GPU will be supplied in sufficient quantity.

The new cards use Nvidia’s GA106-160 GPU. The new RTX 3050 will have to compete with the also new Radeon RX 6500XT from AMD and the Arc Alchemist A350 from Intel. The RTX 3050 offers 20 SM Units, good for 2560 CUDA cores and a TGP of 130W. The cards are combined with 8GB GDDR6 with 14Gbit/s, via a 128-bit bus that is good for 224GB/s. The official suggested retail price is USD 249, but whether the cards are available for that price can be taken with a large grain of salt. The slightly more powerful RTX 3050 TI may follow later.

Source: Videocardz / Inno3D

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