NVIDIA RTX 3050, along with Intel Core i5-11400H, has been discovered in the Geekbench database. The discovery shows that the RTX 3050 will feature 16 Compute Units (Streaming Multiprocessors) where each SM will have 128 CUDA cores which brings the total core count to 2048 CUDA cores. It will also offer 4GB of GDDR6 RAM. Both the desktop and mobile versions of RTX 3050 will most probably be based on NVIDIA’s new Ampere GA107 GPU.
The mobile version of the RTX 3050’s has appeared at the same time when Intel is working on its Tiger Lake-H series of CPUs. As for this particular leak, the 3050 was discovered with Core i5-11400H. The leak states, the i5-11400H will operate on a base clock speed of 2.7 GHz and can boost up to 4.5 GHz.
Technically The RTX 3050 doesn’t have any predecessor, but in comparison to GTX 1650 Ti, it is 36% faster and 45% faster than GTX 1650 non-Ti. The reason is NVIDIA did not release RTX 2050 under its RTX 20 series and the x050 series lacked ray tracing cores.
The RTX 3050 will be the fifth graphic card under the RTX 30 series. It has already appeared on the ASUS website.