NVIDIA is happily announcing the new GeForce RTX 3050 family of GPUs making ways into the laptop market in the near future.
According to the company, the new GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti will have 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM and a recommended TGP between 35W to 80W while every new laptop that comes equipped with the new series will start at USD799 and comes with all of the goodies introduced during the time mobile Ampere cards started appearing such as 3rd Generation Max-Q Technologies inclusive of Dynamic Boost 2.0 and Whisper Mode 2.0 for an optimum gaming experience and DLSS 2.0 offering additional performance gain through AI upscaling. Forming up a total of 140+ laptop models from manufacturers and brands around the world, here are some of them which will be introduced to the market very soon (But not necessarily all of them are equipped with RTX 3050 family of GPUs).
- Razer Blade 15
- Alienware M15 R5
- MSI GS76
- ASUS Zephyrus M16
- Lenovo IdeaPad 5i Pro
- MSI Creator Z16
- Dell XPS 17
- HP ZBook Studio
Aside from NVIDIA Reflex that minimizes system latency and makes supported titles to be as responsive as possible, the addition of NVIDIA Broadcast is said to be one of the most requested features from users as streaming is no longer the most mainstream activity that uses both the webcam and microphone but also online conferencing and video calls due to the shift to Work From Home adopted by organizations across the globe since last year and laptops are the perfect machines that natively comes with mic and webcam. Through the powerful algorithms trained by NVIDIA, users are now capable of filtering audio cues from their surroundings whether it is sound echoes or random noises while having their video footage cropped and placed over a static background without using a green screen filter which is perfect for all forms of video calls.
Moving onto the content creator section, compared to the previous generation, a standard RTX 3050 Ti equipped laptop is capable of delivering 7 times for video and 4 times faster speed for photo editing while applying specific advanced effects in DaVinci Resolve in just one click. Additionally, new production software has joined the RTX hype train as well such as Adobe Photoshop, OBS Studio, Avermedia, AutoDesk Arnold, Blender, NVIDIA Omniverse, and more for all sorts of beneficial gains. For your information, joining the certified lineups of NVIDIA Studio laptops, for the time being, are the HP ZBook Studio, Dell XPS 17, and Lenovo IdeaPad 5i Pro.
All in all, the introduction of the GeForce RTX 3050 family is fairly straightforward – affordable RTX-powered features that aren’t strictly about ray-tracing but also many innovative and practical tools that even non-gamers can appreciate through the power of machine learning.