We’ve been hearing reports of a RTX 2060 that will launch at CES 2019 for sometime now, but it looks like there might be an even lower-tier card in either a RTX 2050 or GTX 1150.
The latest on this comes from Twitter users TUM APISAK, who’s been known for solid leaks and findings. He spotted a listing in the GeekBench database of a NVIDIA graphics device with 14 SMs. This supposed device is based on a Turning GPU and packs in a total of 896 CUDA cores. There is also 4GB of memory and a maximum frequency of 1560 MHz, which could be the clock speed of this card.
NVIDIA Graphics Device 14 CU (896 cuda?)
2050/1150 ? 🤔
1050ti – 84000
1050 – 73000 pic.twitter.com/S8a6NdWlDW
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) December 24, 2018
It is suspected that this is the RTX 2050 or the GTX 1150 since many rumors have stated that the non-RTX lineup might be branded under the GeForce 11 series rather than the GeForce 20 series.
Looking at the performance in GeekBench it scores 114206 in the OpenCL benchmark, which is a nice improvement over the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti. A GTX 1050 scores around 73000 in this test, while a GTX 1050 Ti scores around 84000. This card scores a good 30000 above that!