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According to the latest rumors, even the entry-level lineup of NVIDIA's latest Ampere GPU lineup, including the GeForce RTX 3050, will support ray tracing. The RTX 3050 will obviously use the GA107 GPU core, which means that unlike the 1650 and 1660 series cards, these new entry-level models will be equipped with the necessary ray tracing and tensioner cores to enable hardware accelerated ray tracing and DLSS in games.
The related tweet that triggered the rumors claimed that the RTX 3050 uses the GA107300 GPU, which, as far as we know, is the most entry-level Ampere card among desktop GPUs. The RTX 3050 doesn't leave much room for anything lower, but we may still see something that uses the GA108 GPU, although this seems unlikely.
The card is expected to have 2304 FP32 cores in a total of 18 SM units, with a TGP of 90W. This means that it needs an external 6-pin connector to start, which is different from its predecessor GTX 1650. It should have a 128-bit bus interface and up to 4GB of DDR6 memory, with speeds up to 14Gbps on the card, but this remains to be seen.
Speaking of performance, RTX 3050 should be between GeForce RTX 1660 SUPER and GeForce RTX 2060, if the rumored specifications are to be believed. In terms of pricing, the price of the RTX 3050 should be around US$150, which is quite good compared to the 1660 SUPER, which sells for US$229. For those looking for 1080p games, it may be a good choice, but AMD may have it. He uses Radeon RX 6500 model tracks.