THE ALL NEW NVIDIA’s GEFORCE RTX 2050 IS HERE

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On the heels of rumors of a new GeForce RTX 2060 and mobile versions of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 20-series graphics cards, we’ve now heard word of a new Nvidia GeForce RTX 2050.

A new graphics card featuring 896 CUDA Cores, 14 SMs, 4GB of video memory and a maximum frequency 1,560 MHz has appeared in the GeekBench database as revealed by renowned leaker TUM APISAK. This rumored GPU has only been identified as a “Graphics Device” created by the Nvidia Corporation, but it safe to assume it’s built upon the Turing architecture and it will likely be the new GTX 1050 (Ti) replacement as it only features 4GB of video memory.

It also seems that our mystery GPU scored 114,206 points in OpenCL that’s remarkably higher than the existing GeForce GTX 1050 Ti’s result of around 84,000 points.

Graphics Processor

GPU Name-TU107
GPU Variant-TU107
Architecture-Turing
Process Size-12 nm
Transistors-unknown

Die Size-unknown

Render Config

Shading Units-896
TMUs-56
ROPs-32
SM Count-14
Tensor Cores-112
RT Cores-14

Clock Speeds

GPU Clock-1515 MHz
Memory Clock-1750 MHz
                      14000 MHz effective

Memory

Memory Size-4 GB
Memory Type-GDDR6
Memory Bus-128 bit
Bandwidth-224.0 GB/s

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