Technically, the RTX 3050 isn't a 'new' new GPU but it's new to desktop computers. The RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti have been used in laptops for a while now. Nvidia has now revealed that the GPUs are finally coming to desktop computers which is great news for PC gamers.
Nvidia has only shown a small glimpse of what we can expect from the RTX 3050 specs so far but we have some key information still. The starting price for the card is $249 and it will be available from the end of January. We also know the RTX 3050 will have 8GB GDDR6 memory and will support technologies such as DLSS and ray tracing.
While the performance comparisons between the RTX 3050 and older cards is still limited, it will be much faster than other budget GPU options currently available. Hopefully, Nvidia will reveal the full details in the coming weeks.
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