Nvidia RTX 3050 for laptops will have 2048 CUDA cores

A leak from Geekbench confirms the existence of the RTX 3050 for laptops, which will feature about 2048 CUDA cores.

Nvidia RTX 3050 for laptops will have 2048 CUDA cores

The RTX 3050 GPU has been spotted in the Geekbench tool, which has 2048 CUDA cores (16 CUs x 128 CUDAs).

Nvidia's new low-end GPU was spotted in a laptop that also featured the Core i5-11400H (Tiger Lake-H) processor. The RTX 3050 (GA107) is seen together with a capacity of 4 GB GDDR6, to complete a notebook that should offer the minimum necessary to play in optimal conditions.

This GPU should compete with 5600m RX of AMD in the notebook segment, although we can not know their performance at this time. This model had already been seen on the ASUS website before, although this time it was the Ti variant, which also had 4GB of GDDR6 memory.

Last year, Nvidia had the possibility to launch an RTX 2050, but it did not, so the mid-range was divided between the RTX 2060 and the GTX 1660 Ti. The downside of the GTX (Turing) series is that it did not have Ray Tracing, but this will change with Ampere, where the entire series will have Ray Tracing compatibility.

Both the RTX 3050 Ti and the RTX 3050 will have a 60W TGP with a 128-bit memory bus. They're both going to use the same Turing-based GA107 silicon.

We do not know when we will see the first laptops with an RTX 3050 in stores, but it would be a matter of a few months. We will keep you informed.

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