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NVIDIA Rumored To Launch Discrete RTX 3050 In Q2 2022--Card Is Allegedly FASTER Than 1650

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2021/11/27 02:33:59 (permalink)
https://www.techtimes.com/articles/268588/20211126/nvidia-rtx-3050-rumors.htm
 
NVIDIA has weirdly held out on releasing low-end RTX graphics cards ever since they announced their RTX 20 series. But now, new rumors are afoot.
 
Renowned industry leaker kopite7kimi is at it again, this time leaking a few new details about NVIDIA's upcoming RTX 3050 series graphics cards. VideoCardz reports that the 3050 Ti, for instance, will be featuring a GA1-6-150 die, while the base 3050 will be equipped with a GA107-350.
 
The alleged launch window is set at Q2 2022.
 
Further rumors suggest that the base RTX 3050 will be faster than the GTX 1650 SUPER and even the GTX 1660 SUPER, which are the only low-end Turing cards currently out on the market. The rumored performance will also be slightly under the RTX 2060, specifically the 12 GB model which is launching in December. TechPowerUp posted a few alleged specs of the 3050. While unconfirmed, they might be able to provide a good idea of what the card is capable of. The card will reportedly feature 4 GB of GDDR6 memory on a 128-bit bus, which further reinforces that it is a budget NVIDIA RTX solution. As for other specs, one might expect to find 2304 Shading Units, 72 TMUs, 40 ROPs, 72 Tensor Cores, and a total of 18 ray tracing cores. So this would be the first budget Turing-based GPU that will be capable of ray tracing. NVIDIA has not commented on the rumors at this time.
 
This is rumor, but sounds legitimate.  
 
 
 
 

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    Re: NVIDIA Rumored To Launch Discrete RTX 3050 In Q2 2022--Card Is Allegedly FASTER Than 1 2021/11/27 02:44:49 (permalink)
    I think for a budget card like this the ray tracing feature that might be of the most use would be RTX cards having DLSS. It would be interesting to see since this card is probably more focused at 1080p gaming so I don't know if they would get enough pixel data to really offer a great upscale but we know it should at least help out with people who game at 1440p on games that support it.

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    Re: NVIDIA Rumored To Launch Discrete RTX 3050 In Q2 2022--Card Is Allegedly FASTER Than 1 2021/11/27 04:05:03 (permalink)
    Considering that the launch window is the same time frame as Intel's desktop GPUs, I think NVIDIA is trying to counter any impact that Intel GPUs may have.


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    Re: NVIDIA Rumored To Launch Discrete RTX 3050 In Q2 2022--Card Is Allegedly FASTER Than 1 2021/11/27 14:06:53 (permalink)
    Just what I wanted to see. Ill for sure be looking to get this card when its out. If I cab find a good vga adapter for my high res crt
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    Re: NVIDIA Rumored To Launch Discrete RTX 3050 In Q2 2022--Card Is Allegedly FASTER Than 1 2021/11/27 19:37:38 (permalink)
    Flint 1760
    Here is a bunch https://www.amazon.com/crt-monitor-Computer-Cable-Adapters/s?k=crt+monitor&i=computers&rh=n%3A172472&s=review-rank&qid=1638055829&ref=sr_st_review-rank.

    Most have a ramdac that tops out at 200mhz. At higher res/refresh on a crt the image looks like crap if it even works. Only ones I know of that are worth used are long out of production or very expensive.

    The funny thing is on paper you’d think they would work grate, I mean they work great on a lcd. But something about the 100% analog design of a crt makes most of the adapters produce a poor image.
    To make matters worse the cheap ones have a fix screen resolution, on lcd that’s fine, on a crt that can be a problem if your swaps screen resolutions.
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