Nvidia has launched the new RTX 3050 6GB budget graphics card. It features a lower 6GB GDDR6 VRAM capacity, lower CUDA core count of 2304, and lower boost clo ck of 1.47 GHz. The total graphics power requirement is also lesser at 70W. The GPU does not have pricing and availability details yet but it has already been listed for sale. Nvidia's website has been updated with this GPU's existence.
Nvidia is expected to launch a new RTX 3050 graphics card with watered-down specifications this month. Basically, this RTX 3050 will cut-down the 8GB VRAM capacity to 6GB and come with other nerfs such as lower CUDA core count, memory bandwidth, GPU clock speeds, and power consumption. The new card is expected to launch in January 2024 at a sub-$200 price point, possibly aiming to become the next big budget-centric GPU.
Nvidia is expected to release a cut-down version of the previously launched RTX 3050 graphics card. This new entry-level card will feature 6GB VRAM capacity instead of 8GB, as revealed in a new leak. Moreover, a lower TDP and clock speed for the RTX 3050 6GB has also been spotted in this leak.
A new RTX 3050 graphics card is being worked upon, as per a new leak coming from WCCFTech and Chinese Forums and is reportedly launching in February 2024. The new RTX 3050 will have cut-down specs such as a 6GB VRAM capacity, different memory bus width, and lower CUDA Core count. It is expected that Nvidia will make RTX 3050 more affordable, and this new 6GB graphics card will have a market price of under $200.