Nvidia has already released five GPUs in their RTX 30-Series Lineup. And it looks like they are coming in with even more GPUs. From entry-level cards to high-end, Nvidia is coming up with more and more cards for all price ranges. Today, we’re going to have a look at these incoming cards.
RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti
While we’ve previously seen the RTX 3050 being mentioned in EEC and in AIDA64 Release, A Lenovo PSREF page for the Legion R5 desktop PC confirms the RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti. The listing indicates several GPU options for the Legion R5 including the RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti among others. The RTX 3050ti is going to be based on the GA106 GPU, which means that the 3050ti is probably taking the place of the RTX 3060 6GB. It is going to have 3,584 CUDA cores and 6 GB GDDR6 VRAM, compared to the rumored RTX 3060 6GB which was supposed to contain 3,840 CUDA cores. The RTX 3050 is based on the GA107 GPU, and it is expected to have 2,304 CUDA cores, 4 GB GDDR6 VRAM, and a 128-bit memory bus. The 3050ti on the other hand will use a 192-bit memory bus.
RTX 3070 Ti
Though its name hasn’t been confirmed yet, older roadmaps already had the 3070 Ti listed, but with a different board number and different GPU. This GPU is supposed to sit right between the RTX 3070 and the RTX 3080 graphics cards. The RTX 3070ti is going to feature the GA102-150 GPU with 7424 CUDA cores. It would also feature 10GBs of GDDR6X memory, unlike the RTX 3070 with the non-x variant of it. This GPU has the same TGP as the RTX 3080 – 320 Watts.
RTX 3080 Ti
This card is going to fill the gap between the huge difference we see between the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3090 in terms of pricing. This card is based on the same GA102 GPU as the RTX 3080 but with 10,496 CUDA cores instead of 8,704. It also features 82 Tensor cores and 328 RT Coresm which is a good step up from the 68 Tensor cores and 272 RT Cores present in the RTX 3080. The information about this card was leaked quite a while ago, and it has already reportedly been delayed indefinitely. Though it might just be worth the wait when it eventually comes out. Pricing hasn’t been revealed, but it will sit somewhere between the $700 RTX 3080 and $1,500 RTX 3090 if and when it eventually emerges. The pricing of this card hasn’t been revealed yet, but it will probably cost somewhere between the $700 RTX 3080 and $1,500 RTX 3090 if it actually comes out.
The GPU manufacturers are struggling to even fulfill the supply shortages of the currently existing cards, so it might be quite a while before we start seeing new GPUs if Nvidia focuses on the current problems rather than dishing out a GPU every month. But, from what we’re seeing so far, both the entry-level and high-end markets are going to heat up quite a lot in the upcoming days with so many GPUs to choose for. This is also a great opportunity for consumers to pick out the exact type of performance they want and save some bucks.