NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, RTX 3050 Ti & RTX 3060 Rumoured Specifications - PC SEEKERS

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, RTX 3050 Ti & RTX 3060 Rumoured Specifications

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After our last post sharing the rumoured specs along with a few EEC and RRA listings of RTX 3060 Ti, the leakers are at it again and this time we have the rumoured specifications of the RTX 3050, RTX 3050 Ti and the RTX 3060 as they come. Today the leaks are from a well known leaker on Twitter @kopite7kimi who shared the rumoured specifications like board, GPU, CUDA Cores, VRAM and TGP of the said cards.
Starting with the RTX 3050, the leaker stated that the card will be based on the GA107-300 GPU. For assistance, the RTX 3070 is based on the GA104 GPU and the RTX 3060 Ti is also rumoured to be based on the same die but will be a cut down version of the full GA104 GPU in RTX 3070. RTX 3050 is set to come in with 2304 CUDA Cores and will have a 90W TGP (Total Graphics Power). The naming scheme suggests that even the RTX 3050, which is considered to be the lower end card in NVIDIA's line up and which will be replacing the GTX 1650, will this generation have dedicated hardware for Ray Tracing confirming that NVIDIA is introducing Ray Tracing across the whole stack from top to bottom tier of Ampere GPUs.

We have already written a detailed post regarding the RTX 3060 and the RTX 3050 Ti specifications that you can check out here. The RTX 3050 Ti is slated to be based on the GA106 GPU with 3584 CUDA Cores and is said to have 6GB of GDDR6 VRAM which is a huge improvement over GTX 1650 Super's 4GB. Again as the RTX 3050 the RTX 3050 Ti will also feature dedicated hardware for Ray Tracing.
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Now talking about the RTX 3060, oddly enough the RTX 3060 is being rumoured to have 12GB of GDDR6 Memory on board which is still 4GB higher than the VRAM available on the already "officially available for sale" RTX 3070 and still unannounced RTX 3060 Ti and on top of that 2GB more than the flagship RTX 3080. If this rumour is true it looks more like in response to higher on board VRAM available on AMD's RX 6000 Series graphics cards. For those of you who do not know NVIDIA is rumoured to be working on an RTX 3080 Ti with 20GB of GDDR6X memory and will go head to head against the RX 6900 XT at the $999 USD price bracket. All of this seems to be the effect of AMD being competitive in the GPU industry and now NVIDIA has to make its move if they are not willing to lose the Gaming crown to AMD. But I digress. Yeah that's a JayzTwoCents reference. The RTX 3060 is rumoured to have 3840 CUDA cores.

Which card are you looking forward to buy? Do let us know down in the comments section below.

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