Sunday, December 19th 2021

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 & MX550 Laptop Graphics Cards Benchmarked

The recently announced NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050, MX570, and MX550 Ampere graphics cards have recently been benchmarked in 3DMark TimeSpy. The RTX 2050 and MX570 both feature the Ampere GA107 GPU with 2048 CUDA cores paired with 4 GB and 2 GB of 64-bit GDDR6 memory respectively. The MX550 uses the TU117 Turing GPU with 1024 CUDA cores running at 1320 MHz paired with 2 GB of 64-bit GDDR6 12 Gbps memory. The RTX 2050 and MX570 performed similarly in the 3DMark TimeSpy benchmark achieving a graphics score of 3369 while the MX550 scores 2510 points. These new laptop graphics cards will be officially launching in Spring 2022.
Sources: Zhihu, ComputerBase
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9 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 & MX550 Laptop Graphics Cards Benchmarked

#1
Bomby569
2050 in 2022 :kookoo:

screwing up the numbers again
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#2
Lenne
S.T.A.R.S.
Bomby5692050 in 2022 :kookoo:

screwing up the numbers again
Maybe it's just so crappy that Nvidia doesn't want it in the 3000 lineup... dunno. :confused:

Having a RTX GPU with 64-bit bus feels weird.
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#3
ShurikN
The most ridiculous thing is a card with the RTX name performing the same as an MX one. Uninformed are gonna be sooooo disappointed with the performances...
OG MX 440 would be proud.
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#4
Bomby569
ShurikNThe most ridiculous thing is a card with the RTX name performing the same as an MX one. Uninformed are gonna be sooooo disappointed with the performances...
OG MX 440 would be proud.
that's just more of the same, all the laptop gpu naming from Nvidia is to get the uninformed. If it doesn't performe like a 3070 don't name it 3070, but that's an old thing.
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#5
TomasK
The GTX 1650 in my laptop achieves a GPU score of 3501 in Time Spy. Is the RTX 2050 a joke or what?
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#6
AusWolf
MaenadMaybe it's just so crappy that Nvidia doesn't want it in the 3000 lineup... dunno. :confused:

Having a RTX GPU with 64-bit bus feels weird.
They could have called it 3030.
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#7
Lenne
S.T.A.R.S.
AusWolfThey could have called it 3030.
Not bad, GT 1030 (not the DDR4 crap model tho) was a good entry-level card so it deserves a newer one to hold that title.
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#8
JUST WHO LOVE COMPUTER
As a normal man,I only want to know how much is it and does RTX2050 have regular edition(not on the laptop)?
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AusWolf
JUST WHO LOVE COMPUTERAs a normal man,I only want to know how much is it and does RTX2050 have regular edition(not on the laptop)?
It is based on the GA107 chip, which is currently only used for laptops. Personally, I don't suspect nvidia to introduce it to desktops anytime soon, but you never know. :)
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