Nvidia RTX 3050 & RTX 3050 Ti Specifications
While the specifications for the desktop RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti are not out there yet, we can look at the planned laptop versions to give us a better understanding of what is to come.
As you would expect, the RTX 3050 and Ti variant is going to come with ray tracing and Nvidia DLSS, offering up to twice the performance when playing games. Video editing speeds are going to increase up to 7x when compared to some CPUs. Compared to GeForce GTX 10 Series laptops, DLSS and our latest innovations can deliver a 4x boost in games, and up to 2.5x in video editing applications.
Nvidia claims that with RTX hardware, the RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti deliver huge boosts in performance from DLSS, with 60 FPS in ray tracing games like Minecraft, Watch Dogs: Legion, and Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold Ware to name a few.
Nvidia also stated that the new laptops will be able to achieve a steady 144+FPS in esports titles such as Overwatch, Valorant, and R6S.
We should take all this with a pinch of salt as the RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti laptops are still yet to be fully tested. It is worth noting that with other GPUs in the RTX range, the Max-Q laptop variant has always featured less performance than the desktop version, so this is quite promising.