Graphics cards are the most critical aspects for gaming solely for PC, but in recent times PC gaming has been experiencing an odious setting. The supply chain of cards is being contrived, but the requirements for the product are skyscraping. Meanwhile, the Graphics cards maker, Nvidia launched its highly anticipated RTX 3050. What comes, unfortunately, with the fortunate RTX 3050, is the limited amount of quantities; yesterday marks the first day for the product to go on sale with few retailers, today makes another chance to acquire the product, which is as rare as Mars sand. Nvidia officially announced another sequence of the RTX 3050 to go live.
Nvidia RTX 3050 is piled against the walls built with 3060 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti. RTX 3050 has a different set of principles to be followed to get the product in hand, howbeit people who can be able to taut the manufacturer’s suggested retail price can get it for an affordable price if you couldn’t, you will end up counting countless pennies. We are about to show you everything that you need to know about the supercharged RTX 3050.
Nvidia RTX 3050 Specifications and performance:
The new Nvidia RTX 3050 specifications have been tuned to aim more to fill up the void spaces leftover by its preceding generations. It targets more on 60FPS in full HD under the tag of RTX. The prodigious product has been built with Ampere architecture which features 8GB GDDR6 VRAM, which is merely spotted in the 3060 Ti. The machine fitted with 2560 CUDA cores with a minimum frequency clocked at 1.55 GHz, and maximum frequency froze at 1.78 GHz. The engine uses 128-bit memory interface width; what comes more surprising and highly paced is it features second-generation Ray Tracing cores and third-generation Tensor cores. It makes the complete foundation of RTX graphics cards and is expected to provide a smooth gaming experience. Gamers who want to experience ultra-smooth gaming can purchase it blindfolded since it has everything that games could ever ask for. On the performance front, it has been proposed well by benchmark and is certainly capable of delivering high graphics games at a rock-solid 60 FPS in Full HD.
Release date and Price:
Nvidia RTX 3050 launched on January 27, yesterday, at a live event; the products have finally debuted as they confronted a lot of speculation. The RTX 3050 comes at a price tag of $249 (Rs.18,685), which is evident for previous generation launch prices.
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