Lenovo Leaks Budget-Friendly RTX 3050 and RTX 3050Ti

RTX 3060Ti
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In case you're wondering if Nvidia would leave out the sub $300 market, a leak may give a treat. According to a recent leak from Lenovo, Nvidia has hidden three new budget-friendly GPUs up its sleeve. The unofficial GPUs are RTX 3060, RTX 3050Ti, and RTX 3050.

The information was spotted on Lenovo's website, which covers pre-built PCs. Details soon spread across the web like wildfire, and reputable hardware websites like Videocardz took note of it. The leak was sourced on Lenovo's upcoming Legion R5 28IMB05 gaming desktop lineup.

The tech giant is set to present at CES 2021 on January 12 this year. So, it's no wonder that many partners are gearing up to reveal their products soon after Nvidia's official announcement of the GPUs. Not only did Lenovo leak the GPUs, but the company also showed the specifications.

GPU Specifications

Surprisingly, the RTX 3060 will feature 12 GB of GDDR6 VRAM and 3840 CUDA cores, bringing the GPU's performance on par with RTX 2080. The GPU also comes with 30 RT cores and 120 Tensor cores. The RTX 3060 should be slightly less powerful than RTX 3060Ti. The upcoming is expected to launch in January 2021.

The RTX 3050Ti is quite interesting as well. Looking at the specifications, 3050Ti should deliver comparable performance to the RTX 3060. The RTX 3050Ti packs 3584 CUDA cores, 28 RT cores, 112 Tensor cores, and 6 GB of GDDR6 VRAM. The RTX 3050Ti should offer a similar performance to RTX 2070 SUPER.

Finally, the RTX 3050 will be the RTX 30 series' entry-level GPU, featuring 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM, 2304 CUDA cores, 18 RT cores, and 72 tensor cores. Moreover, the RTX 3050 is said to require only 90W to power it up.

We request you to take this information with a grain of salt. The specifications and model names are still unofficial and are based on the latest leaks. You may get the official details at CES 2021.

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