NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU-Z leak suggests a moderately powerful mobile GPU with 2560 Ampere cores and a 1.5 GHz boost clock
An anonymous user (possibly an engineer or tester at Clevo) submitted what looks like a genuine GPU-Z validation report for a laptop sporting the unannounced GeForce RTX 3050 Ti mobile graphics card. The detailed specs in the report confirm that the GeForce RTX 3050 Ti slots in between the entry-level RTX 3050 and the GeForce RTX 3060 found in mid-tier gaming laptops.
If the GPU-Z figure are correct, the GeForce RTX 3050 Ti will feature a GA107 GPU with 2560 CUDA cores. While this is more generous than the 2048 CUDA core count in the 3050, it'd still make the 3050 Ti considerably slower than the GeForce RTX 3060. Moreover, the 3050 Ti appears to feature a cut-down 128-bit memory bus for 192 GB/S of bandwidth.
In terms of clock speeds, we're looking at a nominal 1485 MHz boost clock and 12 GHz GDDR6 memory. As with most Ampere parts, in-game core clocks should be considerably higher. While the RTX 3050 Ti is a definite step up from the base RTX 3050, this is clearly not a part aimed at high-end laptop gamers. However, it could enable hardware like the Samsung Galaxy Book Odyssey to power through eSports games at 1080p.