Rumors About New Nvidia Desktop RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti

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Rumors About New Nvidia Desktop RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti

As a result, even in the face of a worldwide tech scarcity, both companies are hustling to get goods out. Unsurprisingly, it appears like Nvidia is planning to release desktop versions of two of its GPUs that were released earlier this year, with some additional information anticipated.

A report from Videocardz says that if this is the case, then the latter could be on par with AMD’s recently released 6600, though it possibly won’t be in the same league as the 6600 XT.

The leaker also doesn’t mention any potential release date, and there is not much else to go on just yet, which means there’s no information about clock speed etc. It’s also worth iterating at this point that these are just rumors. While kopite7kimi is known to have some pretty accurate details, his tweets have not yet been confirmed by Nvidia.

The laptop version of the GeForce 3050 Ti was confirmed earlier this year, and talks about Nvidia releasing it, and the 3050, for desktop PCs were doing the rounds but have dropped off since, until now.

Story Highlights

  • There has always been a competition for graphics card dominance between Nvidia and AMD. However, with Intel just unveiling its own line of graphics hardware, the two other behemoths may find themselves with their hands tied.

  • In a recent tweet, kopite7kimi, who is known for leaking information about hardware, discusses new specs of the supposed upcoming desktop variants of the Nvidia RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti. According to the leaker, the RTX 3050 will likely have either 4 GB or 8 GB of memory, while the Ti version will have 3,072 CUDA cores and either 6 GB or 12 GB of VRAM.

The laptop version of the GeForce 3050 Ti was confirmed earlier this year, and talks about Nvidia releasing it, and the 3050, for desktop PCs were doing the rounds but have dropped off since, until now.

The leaker also doesn’t mention any potential release date, and there is not much else to go on just yet, which means there’s no information about clock speed etc. It’s also worth iterating at this point that these are just rumors. While kopite7kimi is known to have some pretty accurate details, his tweets have not yet been confirmed by Nvidia.