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RTX 3050 and 3050 laptop GPU specifications leaked by Lenovo.



Nvidia has been pretty quiet about its upcoming RTX 3050 GPU series, but Lenovo has given us a sneak peek at what to expect from entry-level Ampere graphics cards. The Chinese PC maker accidentally confirmed the rumors surrounding the launch of the RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti mobile graphics cards. It even provided information on its specifications. However, this is not the first time something like this has happened, as other manufacturers such as ASUS also prematurely revealed the RTX 3050 Ti specifications almost a month ago.
Although Nvidia has yet to make an official announcement, the mobile versions of the RTX 3050 Ti and RTX 3050 were spotted on the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro laptops product page.

According to the technical specifications on Lenovo’s site, both graphics cards will feature 4GB of GDDR6 memory and a maximum TGP of 95W. Additionally, RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti have boost clock speeds of 1740MHz and 1695 MHz, respectively. Legion 5 Pro laptops will come equipped with a 16-inch screen and up to a Ryzen 7 5800H CPU. The model listings with the two unreleased graphics cards were only briefly displayed before Lenovo pulled them out. In the time it took for the site to update, the screenshots detailing the GPU specs had already been rolled out.

RTX on a budget

These cards are likely to have the lowest performance of the Ampere series. However, they can be a great option for entry-level gaming laptops with DLSS and ray tracing features. The RTX 3050 series is looking to establish itself as a value option that will almost certainly make its way into budget laptops and gaming PCs. Although there were no details on when these cards will start to appear on the shelves, some sources suggest that they could be released next month. Lenovo is one of the first PC manufacturers to reveal information about upcoming graphics cards. But it’s safe to assume that Nvidia will make an official announcement very soon.

Lenovo Geforce Rtx 3050 3050 Ti Specifications

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