Lenovo has recently updated the specifications of its Legion R5 28IMB05 desktop PC to include the option to remount NVIDIA GPUs not officially announced from the tech giant. We are talking about 4GB RTX 3050, 6GB 3050 Ti, and 12GB 3060, or the new entry-level variants of the RTX 30 family.
With the competition increasingly heated with the arrival of the Radeon RX 6000, NVIDIA is reshaping its offering so that it can be more competitive on all fronts. If for the high end in February the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB, the lower end was still exposed.
For this reason the arrival of the RTX 3050, 3050 Ti and 3060 is welcomed, as they could further expand the catchment area achieved by this promising GPU family.
GeForce RTX 3060 12GB and GeForce RTX 3050 Ti 6GB share the same Ampere GA106 GPU, but in two different variants: the RTX 3060 will have 3840 Cuda Core, while the RTX 3050 Ti, according to the latest rumors, 3584 Cuda Core.
GeForce RTX 3050 will be equipped with a 2304 Cuda Core Ampere GA107 chip, the “minimum wage” for support ray tracing hardware.
Nothing is known about it yet dates and prices, but the GeForce RTX 3060 12GB is expected to arrive in late January. The other two GPUs will follow shortly, between the first and second quarters of the year.
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