The identikit of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, a budget model that is expected to add to the broader RTX 30 Mobile family announced in January, began to take shape in early April with the first appearances on Geekbench, and was enriched at the end of the month with a confirmation escaped from Lenovo.
Now the new RTX 3050 Ti has also shown itself in the validation database of GPU-Z: an anonymous user in fact made a test of the video card thus allowing us to obtain important confirmations on the specifications that will characterize them.
RTX 3050 Ti (but also RTX 3050) will be GPU based Ampere GA107: if the switch to GPU-Z turns out to be reliable, then, it should present 2560 CUDA Core at a base frequency of 1222 MHz, while it would stand at 1485 MHz on the cores in boost mode it’s at 1500 MHz instead on the memories. And speaking of memories, the cut highlighted by the GPU-Z survey coincides with the data we were already in possession of: it should therefore be 4 GB GDDR6 with 128-bit bus with a bandwidth of 192 GB / s.
Pay attention to the value relating to the TMU (Texture mapping unit), which often turns out to be inaccurate on the validation system of GPU-Z: on RTX 3050 Ti it should be equivalent to 80, and not to 213. To complete the picture, DLSS data is missing and ray-tracing: in any case, the rumors speak of performances that will be similar to those offered by NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q and RTX 2060 Max-Q.
At the moment of truth, and that is the one in which we will get the official data sheet, there should not be much missing: there is nothing confirmed, but there is a concrete possibility that NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti can do its debut on the market together with Intel Tiger Lake-H processors already in this first half of May.