The RTX 3050 graphics card is rumored to come in two flavors: the GA106-140 with 4GB GDDR6 VRAM and 2304 CUDA cores, while the GA106-150 will include 8GB GDDR6 memory and 2560 CUDA cores.
These two new models will have a 128-bit memory bus, however further details such as memory speed or TDP are not yet known. We don’t have any information on the MSRP or availability of these two cards at launch, but as with all other recent launches, we don’t expect anything drastic.
The most likely date for the announcement of these graphics cards is January 4th, along with other new NVIDIA products at CES 2022, which will be available from January 27th.
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