MSI launches three RTX 3050 graphics cards; sale on January 27

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MSI Graphics cards have been elevated to keep pace with the products they had released in the previous year; it seems MSI is comprehensively looking to bring off something exceptional from its past ventures; on January 5, today the Taiwanese based infotech firm MSI unveiled three RTX 3050 series of new graphics cards, including GAMING Magic Dragon, VENTUS Wantus and AERO ITX three series.

Judging from the summary provided by the firm itself, it has been revealed that GeForce RTX3050 embraces the NVIDIA Ampere architecture for professional visualization that meets both performance and efficiency expectations and is wrapped up with second-generation RT Cores for ray tracing and third-generation Tensor Cores for DLSS and AI calculations.

MSI Preceding generation graphics have not looked after the ray tracing technology; for that reason, RTX3050 is likely to execute a ray tracing gaming performance of more than 60 frames per second on a 50-level graphics card; Ray tracing technology was initially thought to be centuries away from now. Howbeit, Nvidia tears down the barriers and achieved it with its NVIDIA RTX.

With the Ray Tracing technology, users can encounter an unprecedented gaming experience. We all have a shade of intensity on RTX 3050 considering it’s a connection to futuristic technology, like previous RTX 30 series GPUs,  RTX 3050 also adopts NVIDIADLSS technology, NVIDIA Reflex technology, and NVIDIA Broadcast technology.

These three systems mechanization can impeccably enhance the performance and excellent picture quality when you are playing the game, with an amalgamation of all the outstripping technology the output would seem to be irresistible from outside. 

GAMING Magic Dragon Series: 

The MSI GeForce RTX 3050 GAMING series has the archetypal TWIN FROZR 8 dual-fan cooling design. The fundamental structure of the 6th generation of new blade uses a distinctive annular fan architecture, partnered with the helping hand of airflow guidance technology.

Hence, it could beat the heat generated from the machine and speed up the performance; it can also reduce the irksome noise while processing on the device. The outer-lying layer of the graphics card is also equipped with the classic RGB Dragon Soul Faith lamp of the GAMING Magic Dragon series. The user could easily change the lighting effects as their desire with an upgraded MSI Center software. 

 

VENTUS 2X series 

The MSI GeForce RTX 3050 VENTUS 2X series uses a dual fan design architecture and two well-received blade 5th generation fans. 

AERO ITX series

The MSI GeForce, RTX 3050 AERO ITX series features a high geared single fan compact heat dissipation craftwork and is fitted with grassed-up heat pipes to optimize heat dissipation performance. Also, the AERO ITX graphics card is appropriate for forming a mini host.

when it comes to pricing, RTX 3050 is equipped with 2560 CUDA cores and 8GB GDDR6 video memory, comes  at a price sticker of 1899 yuan (Rs.22,233)

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