This week Nvidia introduced its new entry-level graphics cards from the GeForce RTX series for laptops: the GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti. The announcement coincided with the new processors 11th generation notebook computers, already available on some devices advertised by companies like Lenovo, in HP and Taiwanese Acer.
Many of the laptops announced in the past few days will come equipped with the new GPUs, which will ship with the company's Studio drivers. This means that the chips were developed for both games and tasks such as editing photos, video and creating content in general.
The expectation is that the novelty will also appear in more basic laptops. Some examples of this are the Lenovo Legion 5i, which hits retail in July from $ 969,99 (R $ 5.100) and the Acer Nitro 5, which hits the market in June, with the 15-inch model coming out for US $ 1.099 ($ 5.742) and the 17 ″ model for $ 1.299 ($ 6.787).
Specifications of RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti
The new GPUs come with 4 GB of GDDR6 memory with 128-bit bandwidth. The RTX 3050 Ti features 2.560 CUDA cores, 80 Cores Tensor and 20 Ray Tracing Cores. The maximum frequency reached by the chip is 1.485 Mhz. The RTX 3050 will be more modest, with 2.048 CUDA cores, 64 Cores Tensor and 16 Ray Tracing Cores. Its maximum frequency is 1.500 Mhz.
For those interested, it is worth mentioning that many of the laptops announced with the new Nvidia GPUs are already available for pre-sale abroad. It remains to be seen when the novelty will arrive in Brazil.
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