Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti GPU
Performance, specs, availability, and more.
Nvidia’s still eager to pump out GPUs that most gamers will have a hard time getting hold of, as is the case with its latest mobile GPU, the RTX 3050 Ti. Its debut officially puts the nail in the coffin of the GTX 1650, Nvidia’s previous mainstay budget GPU for low-end gaming laptops.
Nvidia gives a few examples of how the RTX 3050 Ti and GTX 1650 will differ. In Call of Duty: Warzone, the 1650 can manage 55-ish FPS at medium settings at 1080p with an Intel Core i7 processor. With the same config, a 3050 Ti can output FPS counts in the low 80s, escalating to just under 100 if DLSS is enabled. Basically, under the right circumstances, performance is almost doubled when going from a 1650 to 3050 Ti.