… At the moment, it is known that the RTX 2050 will have 4GB of video memory and a TDP of 45W. Specifications for the MX550 and MX570 have not yet been disclosed. All three GPUs will become available for purchase in early 2022.
It is noteworthy that not so long ago information about the GeForce MX550 appeared on Geekbench. The listing shows 2 GB of video memory and 2048 CUDA cores. It is impossible to confirm if the video card in question is a GeForce MX550, as Nvidia has not disclosed any details about it. There is a small chance that the aforementioned device is a GeForce MX570. Again, there is no way to find out about this, as Nvidia said nothing about the parameters of the video cards. Most likely, Nvidia will reveal more about the GeForce MX550 and MX570 at CES 2022.
When it comes to the GeForce RTX 2050, Nvidia claims it has 4GB of video memory on a 64-bit bus with a total memory bandwidth of 112GB / s, 2048 CUDA cores, and a TDP of 30-45W. It’s hard to guess which GPU she’s using, but it’s probably about the TU106. Unlike its better-spec cousins, the GeForce RTX 3050 does not support G-Sync and cannot directly output video.
Finally, Nvidia says the GeForce RTX 2050, GeForce MX550 and GeForce MX570 will be released this spring. We’ll likely see them debut alongside some of the lower-end Alder Lake-P or Alder Lake-M processors. While the position of the MX550 and MX570 in the market is obvious, one cannot help but wonder where exactly the RTX 2050 will be used.On the other hand, Nvidia did not hesitate to relaunch the GeForce RTX 2060 based on the Turing architecture, so the company probably has something planned for the RTX 2050 as well..