NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPU
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPU (for laptops, NVIDIA_DEV.2583, GN20-P1) is a faster variant of the RTX 3050 mobile card and most likely based on the GA107 Ampere chip. Not much is currently known about the chip, but due to the RTX naming it should support raytracing (and feature Tensor cores for DLSS). It was first leaked in the Acer AN517-41 and Asus FA506QE with 4 GB GDDR6 memory and 60 Watt TGP.
|TGP (Power Consumption)||35 W||40 W||45 W||50 W||60 W||70 W||80 W|
|Base Clock Speed (MHz)||735||915||1043||1140||1223||1350||1463|
|Boost Clock Speed (MHz)||1035||1185||1290||1410||1485||1598||1695|
The performance should be similar to the old RTX 2060 and therefore most suited for 1080p gaming.
The GA107 chip offers 3,072 FP32 ALUs of which half can also execute INT32 instructions (i.e. 1,536 INT32 ALUs). The RTX 3050 however maybe won't use all ALUs on the chip. With Turing all shaders could still execute FP32 or INT32 instructions. The raytracing and tensor cores on the chip were also improved according to Nvidia.
The GA107 chip is manufactured by Samsung in 8nm (8N), which is not quite able to keep up with the 7nm node at TSMC (e.g. used by AMD and also for the professional GA100 Ampere chip).
The GPU has not been officially introduced yet and therefore the above data is based on leaks, rumors and information about the desktop versions. Currently we believe the RTX3050 for notebooks will be introduced in early 2021.
|GeForce RTX 3000 Series|
|Pipelines||2560 - unified|
|Core Speed||1223 - 1485 (Boost) MHz|
|Max. Amount of Memory||4096 MB|
|DirectX||DirectX 12_2, Shader 7.0|
|Date of Announcement||10.05.2021|