Thursday, January 6th 2022

Inno3D Rolls Out GeForce RTX 3050 Twin X2 OC

INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of pioneering high-end multimedia components and innovations is excited to announce the new addition INNO3D NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 TWIN X2 / OC to the RTX 30 Series line-up powered by the advanced NVIDIA Ampere architecture - cooled with dual 9 cm fans to maintain optimal level temperature when this card is powering your gaming session.

Founded in 1998 with the vision of developing pioneering computer hardware products on a global scale. Fast forward to the present day, INNO3D is now well-established in the gaming community known for our innovative and daring approach to design and technology. We are Brutal by Nature in everything we do and are 201% committed to you for the best gaming experience in the world.
The GeForce RTX 3050 GPUs brings the performance and efficiency of the NVIDIA Ampere architecture to more gamers than ever before and is the first 50-class desktop GPU to power the latest ray traced games at over 60 FPS. The RTX 3050 comes equipped with 2nd generation RT cores for ray tracing and 3rd generation Tensor cores for DLSS and AI. Ray tracing is the new standard in gaming and the RTX 3050 makes it more accessible than ever before.

TWIN X2 / OC Cooling
Our most popular graphics cards come in the TWIN X2 / OC spec, and the INNO3D GeForce RTX 3050 is not exempt from this rule. With two large 9 cm scythe fan blades and a heat sink surface area of 360,477 mm² for the overclocked version providing excellent temperature control enabling the card to perform at the most optimal level, for the factory overclocked OC version these cooling features are especially important so that the card can run at higher clock speeds without sacrificing gaming performance. To protect your graphics card from unintentional bending we've added an INNO3D back plate to reinforce the card which allows you to place it in any position without worry.

Years of R&D has allowed INNO3D to make technological advancements, continuously pushing the boundaries and bolster their expertise in the GPU industry. It has elevated INNO3D to a point that makes a difference for high-end gamers and design creation professionals achieving high performance with outstanding temperature control and at super quiet noise levels.

INNO3D is now working hard to make the new INNO3D GeForce RTX 3050 GPUs available at all premium resellers across the region.

For more information, visit the product pages of the RTX 3050 TWIN X2 and RTX 3050 TWIN X2 OC.
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9 Comments on Inno3D Rolls Out GeForce RTX 3050 Twin X2 OC

#1
bonehead123
btarunrINNO3D is now working hard to make the new INNO3D GeForce RTX 3050 GPUs available at all premium resellers across the region.
Shouldn't they have gotten this issue out of the way BEFORE making their announcement ????

And exactly why would any "premium reseller" want anything to do with this low-end, gimped, non-gammer card anyways ?? Stupid, stupid, & moar stupid........

So now we have to wait god knows how long for yet anutha useless card that is already outdated and will be even moreso by the time it becomes available....
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#2
Just Some Noise
Well, NVidia announced their card, so Inno3D and every other AIB has to announce their custom designs. If any company is to blame, it is NVidia. They actually love to paperlaunch graphics cards. It is all about the media attention. ;)
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#3
u2konline
Who's the girl on the box?
they made a AMD ruby for their brand?
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#4
MaenadFIN
S.T.A.R.S.
Funny how the cooler is twice the length of the actual card. At least its temps will probably be more than fine.
u2konlineWho's the girl on the box?
they made a AMD ruby for their brand?
Ruby should make a comeback.
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#5
xBruce88x
MaenadFunny how the cooler is twice the length of the actual card. At least its temps will probably be more than fine.


Ruby should make a comeback.
Length is to allow airflow through the card and provides better circulation through the case (in theory)
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#6
Initialised
Are you guys going to review these or does NVIDA still hate you?

Also didn't the Fury do the extra cooler length thing before it was cool and isn't the Fury faster than this card?
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#7
LabRat 891
u2konlineWho's the girl on the box?
they made a AMD ruby for their brand?
I'm out of my teens and twenties now, and I still miss the sexy girl box art.
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#8
AusWolf
There seems to be room allocated for 4 more RAM chips and some extra VRM circuitry. I don't know much about Inno3D cards, but this is either a recycled PCB design from higher tier GA106 cards, or there might be some surprise coming later.
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#9
Blue4130
bonehead123And exactly why would any "premium reseller" want anything to do with this low-end, gimped, non-gammer card anyways ?? Stupid, stupid, & moar stupid........
Have you seen what cards are selling for? Even low end cards are flying off the shelf. A reseller would have to be insane to not want to sell these.
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