Nvidia rtx 3050 gpu ray tracing
Another day, another Nvidia 30 series leaked. This time, we saw reports on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 and GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics cards and their so-called specifications. According to Twitter user Kopite7kimi, these new GPUs will use Ampere GA106, and the price may be less than US$299 at the time of listing.
These new GPUs will effectively replace the existing RTX 2060 and GTX 1660 Ti / Super series graphics cards, and will use Ampere GA106 GPUs. For those who don't know, GA106 GPU is the mid-range chip on mainstream graphics cards, and we definitely want to see several different configurations of this chip appearing on each stand-alone product.
So what can we do? Looking forward to these two new GPUs in the 30 series product line? On the desktop, the GeForce RTX 3060 will be equipped with 30 SM GA106 GPUs, equivalent to 3840 CUDA cores, and the GeForce RTX 3050 Ti will be equipped with 28 SM GA106 GPUs, equivalent to 3584 cores. We expect the 3060 to be equipped with a 192-bit bus interface and 6 GB of GDDR6 memory capacity, while the 3050 Ti can be equipped with a 160-bit reduced bus interface, with 128-bit for 5 GB and a capacity 4 GB. It will be very interesting to see how these specs ultimately work on both cards, especially the 3050 Ti. This will be Nvidia's first * 50 series graphics card to introduce ray tracing to the gaming field. We also look forward to the appearance of non-You variants, but we have yet to see confirmation of this.
The second half of our story is more interesting than the first because we discovered the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Eagle that was sold in Saudi Arabia. As far as we know, this is a fairly obvious seizure violation, or it may even be that there is no seizure on this new card. The 3060 Ti is priced at 3,699 riyals, which is about 940 US dollars, far more than anyone should pay for this card, because it is expected to sell for about 399 US dollars when it goes on the market.
Don’t forget, we also know that the 3060 Ti’s release date is delayed by December from the original November release date.