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GRAID Supercharges RAID up to 19 Million IOPS, 110 GBps

GRAID Technology has announced the SupremeRAID SR-1010, which it claims is the "world's fastest NVMe and NVMeoF RAID card for PCIe Gen 4." A PCIe 4.0 evolution of the SupremeRAID SR-1000, the new SupremeRAID SR-1010 upgrades the on-board GPU RAID accelerator from the Nvidia T1000 (Turing) to an Nvidia RTX A2000 (Ampere) GPU. The improved hardware leverages the PCIe 4.0 protocol to achieve RAID speeds in excess of anything you've seen before, with sequential reads rated at 110 GBps and sequential write performance of 22 GBps. Read and write IOPS are set at 19M and 1.5M, respectively.

The change in GPU and PCIe interface means the upgraded SupremeRAID SR-1010 offers a 19% performance boost in read and an 83% write performance increase compared to the model it replaces. The GRAID SupremeRAID SR-1010 offers support for RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, and RAID 10 arrays with support for a maximum of four groups, and is capable of managing up to 32 NVMe SSDs under Linux and Windows Server 2019 and 2022 (though performance there takes a big haircut). Availability is pegged for May 1st, but GRAID didn't provide a sticker price for its GPU-powered RAID solution.

EVGA Announces Fresh Stocks of RTX 30-series Graphics Cards for Direct Sales, at Sane Prices

EVGA on Thursday announced that it has fresh stocks of its GeForce RTX 30-series "Ampere" graphics cards for direct sales through its website. The best part? Most popular SKUs are in stock, and at prices one could consider "sane," given the scourge of scalping. As of this writing, we see stocks of the company's custom-design RTX 3090 Ti priced as low as USD $1,999, the RTX 3090 as low as $1,699, the RTX 3080 Ti as low as $1,299, the RTX 3080 12 GB as low as $1,199, and the original RTX 3080 well under the $1,000-mark. Those interested can check out the EVGA website. Be sure not to trip its bot-protection using shopping tools.

ASUS RTX 3050 TUF Gaming its First TUF Gaming VGA with RGB Lighting

ASUS is giving final touches the to the TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card. This is the company's first TUF Gaming product based on the RTX 3050, which was, until now, given the ASUS ROG Strix and DUAL OC custom treatment. What's more interesting is its cooling solution, which appears to be the first TUF Gaming graphics card with RGB LED lighting—a change from the functional, industrial look of TUF Gaming graphics cards.

This is also the smallest iteration of the TUF Gaming cooling solution the company debuted with the RTX 30-series "Ampere," and features a dual-fan setup (compared to triple-fan on every other TUF Gaming product from this generation). The card comes with a strip of RGB LEDs lined along the top of the card, at the edge of the backplate. It's being reported that this RTX 3050 card is based on the smaller "GA107" silicon, instead of "GA106," and hence comes with a lower typical board power than GA106-based RTX 3050 cards, with no difference in performance.

Ampere Altra Arm CPUs Now Available on Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform

Today, Microsoft launches Azure Virtual Machines (VM) based on the Ampere Altra Cloud Native Processor. This marks an important milestone as developers can now take advantage of these modern high-performance VMs for their existing and greenfield applications. The Ampere Altra processor family leads in performance across a range of broadly deployed cloud workloads and is now making available the Arm architecture on Azure.

Industry leading performance and the most sustainable solution
Cloud users who have pushed the limits of legacy x86 architectures now have a high-performance compute alternative that scales up in a linear fashion and delivers predictable performance even at full utilization. For example, Ampere Altra VMs outperform equivalently sized Intel and AMD instances from the same generation by 39% and 47%, respectively.* In addition to being the high-performance choice, Ampere Altra processors are extremely power efficient, directly reducing users' overall carbon footprint.

PNY Announces the XLR8 Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Graphics Card

PNY announced today the expansion of NVIDIA GeForce RTX XLR8 Gaming family of GPUs with the latest PNY XLR8 Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card and PNY XLR8 Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Overclocked graphics card. Designed for the most demanding gamers, content creators and data scientists, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti features a record-breaking 10,752 CUDA cores, and boasts 78 RT-TFLOPs, 40 Shader-TFLOPs and 320 Tensor-TFLOPs of power. And it's packed with 24 GB of the fastest 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory, providing 1 TB/s of memory bandwidth.

The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti overclocked and standard models deliver the ultimate performance craved by gamers, powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, to rip through 4K gaming and AI tasks. Built with 24 GB of super-fast GDDR6X memory, enhanced RT Cores and Tensor Cores, and new streaming multiprocessors for an incredible gaming experience. With faster memory and more CUDA cores than the non-Ti GPU, the RTX 3090 Ti is a powerhouse offering more performance without compromise for gamers and content creators to get the most out of their system.

GIGABYTE Launches its GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series Graphics Cards

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of premium gaming hardware, today announced the latest and most high-end GeForce RTX 3090 Ti series graphics cards powered by NVIDIA Ampere architecture—AORUS GeForce RTX 3090 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE 24G and GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GAMING OC 24G. Designed for the most demanding gamers, content creators and data scientists, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti features a record-breaking 10,752 CUDA cores, and boasts 78 RT-TFLOPs, 40 Shader-TFLOPs and 320 Tensor-TFLOPs of power. And It's packed with 24 GB of the fastest 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory, providing 1 TB/s of memory bandwidth.

With the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards coming out, the thermal solution of the graphics cards plays an important role due to the requirement of higher wattage which is necessary to unleash the full computing performance of the cards. GIGABYTE provides both WATERFORCE and WINDFORCE thermal solutions, both meet the diverse requirements and needs of the graphics cards for the users. AORUS XTREME WATERFORCE graphics card is designed for users that are looking for the best-of-class performance and quiet experience from a liquid-cooled graphics card. It comes with a pre-installed liquid cooling solution which is designed for optimal and stable operation. GAMING OC graphics card, a classical and popular graphics card from GIGABYTE, focuses on performance and stability making it suitable to many different target groups. Both series cards can conduct deep AI computing and heavy-duty 3D creation.

INNO3D Announces its GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Graphics Cards

INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of pioneering high-end multimedia components and innovations is excited to announce the highly anticipated INNO3D NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards that's equipped with the INNO3D X3 OC and Frostbite cooler. 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 3090 Ti and 3090 are big ferocious GPUs (BFGPUs) with TITAN class performance. Powered by Ampere—NVIDIA's 2nd gen RTX architecture—they double down on ray tracing and AI performance with enhanced Ray Tracing Cores, Tensor Cores, and new streaming multiprocessors. Plus, they feature a staggering 24 GB of G6X memory, all to deliver the ultimate experience for gamers and creators.

TechPowerUp GPU-Z v2.45 Released

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of TechPowerUp GPU-Z, the graphics sub-system information and diagnostic utility. Version 2.45 introduces support for a number of new GPUs. On the NVIDIA side, we have the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, RTX 3060 Ti (GA103-based), RTX 3080 Ti Laptop GPU, T1000 8 GB, T400, CMP 170HX, and A16. On the AMD side, we have the Radeon RX 6950 XT, RX 6750 XT, RX 6800S, RX 6700S, RX 6850M XT, RX 6650M XT, W6400, "Barcelo" APU, "Rembrandt APU," and Valve Steam Deck GPU. Preliminary support is also added for Intel Arc "Alchemist" series. Memory size reporting of NVIDIA "Ampere" was improved. Also improved is support for Intel "Alder Lake" iGPUs, support for HBM and DDR4 memory on NVIDIA, and improved "GA106" transistor count.

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NVIDIA: Gamers Spend $300 More on Ampere GPUs Than Previous Generations

NVIDIA at its Annual Investor Day announced that the company's coffers are in better shape than ever. And while the company has many baskets from which to pull proverbial profits, the company's gaming division remains its biggest source of income. On its presentation, NVIDIA clarified that gamers are spending on average $300 extra per desktop Ampere product compared to previous graphics product generations. That fact, the company says, has resulted in an average increase in product ASP (Average Selling Price) to the tune of 13% per year in the last five years.

Paired with the increase in graphics products' ASP (meaning NVIDIA brings in more money per sold graphics card) is an increase in the number of graphics cards shipped to customers - at a rate of 11% more graphics cards being sold annually. So NVIDIA is not only selling more expensive graphics cards; they're selling more of them as well. The company expects its financial results to keep steadily improving, even as more and more gamers join the fold. According to the company, the last five-year period saw an average of 50 million additional gamers entering the market per year - and there's no expectation of that figure slowing down.

AAEON Announces BOXER-8260AI and BOXER-8261 Powered by NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin

With the announcement of the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin developer kit, AAEON is excited to utilize the many benefits that such a powerful system-on-module (SOM) can bring to its own product lines. With the same form factor and pin compatibility as the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier, but with an improvement from 32 TOPS to 275 TOPS, the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin is set to make it easier than ever to develop faster, more sophisticated AI applications.

AAEON is therefore pleased to announce two upcoming products available in Q4 which will feature the Jetson AGX Orin 32 GB and Jetson AGX Orin 64 GB as their respective processor modules: the BOXER-8260AI and BOXER-8261 AI@Edge Embedded BOX PCs. Both products will feature the NVIDIA JetPack 5.0 SDK to support the full Jetson software stack to help in the development of AI applications in areas such as high-end autonomous machinery. With two NVIDIA deep learning accelerators (NVDLA), along with a 32 GB 256-bit system memory, the BOXER-8260AI will provide the perfect device for vision-based AI applications. Moreover, its expansive I/O options include 12 RJ-45 slots for PoE, along with DB-9 slots for CANbus and six DIO.

NVIDIA Releases RTX A5500 Graphics Card and RTX A5500 Laptop GPU

NVIDIA released the RTX A5500 professional graphics card in the PCI-Express AIC form-factor, and the RTX A5500 Laptop GPU. Based on the "Ampere" graphics architecture, the RTX A5500 AIC features NVIDIA's biggest graphics silicon, the "GA102." It features 10,240 CUDA cores, 320 Tensor cores, 80 RT cores, and 24 GB of ECC GDDR6 memory across a 384-bit wide memory interface. The card uses some aggressive power management, with the typical board power rated at just 230 W. You also get an NVLink interface, and four DisplayPort 1.4 output connectors. The A5500 is being positioned a notch below the company's flagship pro-vis product, the RTX A6000, which comes with 48 GB of memory.

The RTX A5500 Laptop GPU is targeted at mobile workstations, and is based on the "GA103" silicon, with 7,424 CUDA cores, 232 Tensor cores, 58 RT cores, and 16 GB of ECC GDDR6 memory across a 256-bit wide memory interface. NVIDIA has given this product some Max-Q power and thermal optimization, with typical graphics power being rated in the range of 80 W to 160 W. This is NVIDIA's most powerful mobile pro-vis solution, being slotted higher than the RTX A4500. It's worth noting here, that both these products use ECC GDDR6 memory instead of GDDR6X.

First Pictures of NVIDIA "Hopper" H100 Compute Processor Surface

Here's the first picture of an NVIDIA H100 "Hopper" compute processor, which succeeds the two-year old "Ampere" A100. The "Hopper" compute architecture doubles down on the strengths of "Ampere," in having the most advanced AI deep-learning compute machinery, FP64 math capability, and lots more. Built on the TSMC N5 (5 nm) node, the "GH100" processor more than doubles the transistor-count over the A100, which is expected to be around 140 billion.

Unlike the A100, the H100 will come with graphics rendering capability, The GH100 is one of the first NVIDIA chips to feature two different kinds of GPCs. Of the six GPCs has NVIDIA's graphics-relevant SMs, whereas the other GPCs have compute-relevant SMs. The graphics SM will have components such as RT cores, and other raster machinery; while the compute SMs will have specialized tensor cores and FP64 SIMD units. Counting the graphics SM, there are a total of 144 SMs on the silicon. Memory is care of what could be a 6144-bit HBM3 interface. NVIDIA will build various products based on the "GH100," including SXM cards, DGX Stations, SuperPods, and even PCIe add-in cards (AICs). NVIDIA is expected to unveil the H100 later today.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Coming Out by March-End, 16GB RTX 3070 Ti Canned?

NVIDIA is finally coming around to launching its top-of-the-line GeForce RTX 3090 Ti "Ampere" graphics card on March 29, 2022, according to a source on the ChipHell community, cited by Wccftech. The same source also mentions that NVIDIA has dropped the idea of releasing a 16 GB variant of the performance-segment GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, which means the company is possibly wrapping up the its RTX 30-series "Ampere" product-stack updates going into Spring-Summer, so it could prepare for its next-generation RTX 40-series based on the "Ada Lovelace" graphics architecture, with mid-year announcements followed by product launches in the second half of 2022.

NVIDIA Increases Caches for Ada Lovelace, to Catch Up with AMD

The next-generation "Ada Lovelace" graphics architecture powering NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40-series graphics cards, could see a significant increase in on-die cache memory, according to leaked source-code related to drivers or firmware, seen by XinoAssassin on Twitter. The source-code leak emanates from the recent large-scale cyber-attack on NVIDIA. When comparing source files related to Ampere and Ada architectures, XinoAssassin noticed lines that reference large cache slices.

From this, it was analyzed that the top-of-the-line AD102 silicon will have 96 MB of last-level cache on the silicon; the AD103 and AD104 chips have 64 MB; the AD106 has 48 MB, and the smallest AD107 has 32 MB. Compare this to the 6 MB on the GA102, puny 4 MB on the GA103 and GA104; 3 MB on the GA106, and 2 MB on the GA107. NVIDIA is known to make innovations in generational memory bandwidth increase and memory management, with each new architecture. The company could tap into even faster versions of GDDR6X memory it co-developed with Micron (GDDR6 with PAM4 signaling).

NVIDIA to Split Graphics and Compute Architecture Naming, "Blackwell" Architecture Spotted

The recent NVIDIA data-leak springs up information on various upcoming graphics parts. Besides "Ada Lovelace," "Hopper," we come across a new codename, "Blackwell." It turns out that NVIDIA is splitting the the graphics and compute architecture naming with the next generation, not unlike what AMD did, with its RDNA and CDNA series. The current "Ampere" architecture is being used both for compute and graphics, with the streaming multiprocessor for the two being slightly different—the compute "Ampere" has more FP64 and Tensor components, while the graphics "Ampere" does away with these in favor of RT cores and graphics-relevant components.

The graphics architecture to succeed GeForce "Ampere" will be GeForce "Ada Lovelace." GPUs in this series are identified in the leaked code as "AD102," "AD103," "AD104," "AD106," "AD107," and "AD10B," succeeding a similar numbering for parts with the "A" (GeForce Ampere) series. The compute architecture succeeding "Ampere" will be codenamed "Hopper." with parts in the series being codenamed "GH100" and "GH202." Another compute or datacenter architecture is "Blackwell," with parts being codenamed "GB100" and "GB102." From all accounts, NVIDIA is planning to launch the GeForce 40-series "Ada" graphics card lineup in the second half of 2022. The company is in need of a similar refresh for its compute product lineup, and could debut "Hopper" either toward the end of 2022 or next year. "Blackwell" could follow "Hopper."

NVIDIA GA107-based GeForce RTX 3050 is Real, Comes with 11% Lower TDP, Same Specs

When NVIDIA launched the GeForce RTX 3050 "Ampere" based on the "GA106" silicon with specifications that could be fulfilled with the smaller "GA107," we knew that the company could eventually start making RTX 3050 boards with the smaller chip, and they did. Igor's Lab reports that RTX 3050 cards based on GA107 come with a typical board power of 115 W, which is about 11 percent lower than that of the GA106-based cards (130 W).

There's no difference in specifications between the two cards. Both feature 2,560 CUDA cores across 20 streaming multiprocessors, 80 Tensor cores, 20 RT cores, and a 128-bit wide GDDR6 memory interface, holding 8 GB of memory that ticks at 14 Gbps data-rate (224 GB/s bandwidth). The GA106 and GA107 ASICs share a common fiberglass substrate, and hence are pin-compatible for the convenience of board partners, with the latter having a smaller die, so any cooling solution designed for the launch-day RTX 3050 should work perfectly fine with those based on GA107.

PNY Rolls Out its GeForce RTX 3050 Series

PNY announced today the upcoming availability of the latest GeForce RTX 3050 graphics cards under both its XLR8 Gaming and PNY brands. The GeForce RTX 3050 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.

The GeForce RTX 3050 delivers improved throughput and efficiency versus the prior gen, for a huge leap in the performance as compared to the GeForce GTX 1650. Featuring 8 GB of high speed GDDR6 memory, combined with real-time ray tracing, these cards bring unparalleled in-game performance and realism to gamers everywhere. Gamers and content creators will experience boosted-performance with the GeForce RTX 3050, to get the most out of their system.

Arm Appoints Rene Haas as Chief Executive Officer

Arm announced today that its board of directors has appointed 35-year semiconductor industry leader Rene Haas as chief executive officer and member of the board of directors, effective immediately. Mr. Haas succeeds Simon Segars, who has stepped down as chief executive officer and member of the board of directors after 30 years with the company. In the near-term, Mr. Segars will support the leadership transition in an advisory role for Arm.

"Rene is the right leader to accelerate Arm's growth as the company starts making preparations to re-enter the public markets," said Masayoshi Son, Representative Director, Corporate Officer, Chairman & CEO of SoftBank Group Corp. "I would like to thank Simon for his leadership, contributions and dedication to Arm over the past 30 years."

MAINGEAR Launches New NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Desktops, Offering Next-Gen Gaming Features

MAINGEAR—an award-winning PC system integrator of custom gaming desktops, notebooks, and workstations—today announced that new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphics cards are now available to configure within MAINGEAR's product line of award-winning custom gaming desktop PCs and workstations. Featuring support for real-time ray tracing effects and AI technologies, MAINGEAR PCs equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 offer gamers next-generation ray-traced graphics and performance comparable to the latest consoles.

Powered by Ampere, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 features NVIDIA's 2nd gen Ray Tracing Cores and 3rd generation Tensor Cores. Combined with new streaming multiprocessors and high-speed G6 memory, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 can power the latest and greatest games. NVIDIA RTX on 30 Series GPUs deliver real-time ray tracing effects—including shadows, reflections, and Ambient Occlusion (AO). The groundbreaking NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) 2.0 AI technology utilizes Tensor Core AI processors to boost frame rates while producing sharp, uncompromised visual fidelity comparable to high native resolutions.

MSI Unveils Custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 12G

As a leading brand in True Gaming hardware, MSI is announcing graphics cards powered by NVIDIA 's GeForce RTX 3080 GPU, equipped with 12 GB of memory. Three designs are available for this GPU - SUPRIM, GAMING TRIO, and VENTUS 3X. Built with the MSI essentials, designed with excellent cooling, optimized circuit board designs, and the latest in graphics card componentry.

Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, the GeForce RTX 3080 deliver an incredible leap in performance and fidelity with acclaimed features such as ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS performance-boosting AI, NVIDIA Reflex latency-reduction, NVIDIA Broadcast streaming features and additional memory that allows it to speed through the most popular creator applications as well.

NVIDIA Launches GeForce RTX 3080 12GB Graphics Card

NVIDIA today sneaked in a major update to its high-end GeForce RTX-30 "Ampere" series with the new RTX 3080 12 GB. Based on the same 8 nm "GA102" silicon as the original RTX 3080 (10 GB), the RTX 3080 Ti, the RTX 3090, and the upcoming RTX 3090 Ti, this SKU maxes out the 384-bit wide GDDR6X memory interface of the silicon, giving it 12 GB of 19.5 Gbps GDDR6X memory, resulting in a memory bandwidth of 912 GB/s, compared to 760 GB/s of the RTX 3080 (10 GB), and its 320-bit memory bus.

Memory isn't the only upgrade, the RTX 3080 12 GB gets a few more CUDA cores. With 70 out of 84 streaming multiprocessors (SM) enabled, the GPU gets 8,960 CUDA cores. In comparison, the RTX 3080 (10 GB) has 68 SM and 8,704 CUDA cores. This results in a Tensor core and TMU count of 280, and RT core count of 70. NVIDIA is positioning this SKU in between the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3080 Ti, and real-world prices of the card can be as high as $1,700, if not higher. TechPowerUp has several RTX 3080 12 GB graphics cards, but our editor and graphics card reviewer, W1zzard, is on a much-needed skiing holiday in the Alps, since we got no heads-up on this launch, and no marketing materials to help us understand the product. Hopefully NVIDIA puts out a public GeForce driver update later today, and we'll use it to test the cards we have. Expect our reviews to go live next week.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 12 GB Edition Rumored to Launch on January 11th

During the CES 2022 keynote, we have witnessed NVIDIA update its GeForce RTX 30 series family with GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3090 Ti. However, this is not an end to NVIDIA's updates to the Ampere generation, as we now hear industry sources from Wccftech suggest that we could see a GeForce RTX 3080 GPU with 12 GB of GDDR6X VRAM enabled, launched as a separate product. Compared to the regular RTX 3080 that carries only 10 GB of GDDR6X, the new 12 GB version is supposed to bring a slight bump up to the specification list. The GA102-220 GPU SKU found inside the 12 GB variant will feature 70 SMs with 8960 CUDA, 70 RT cores, and 280 TMUs.

This represents a minor improvement over the regular GA102-200 silicon inside the 8 GB model. However, the significant difference is the memory organization. With the new 12 GB model, we have a 384-bit memory bus allowing GDDR6X modules to achieve a bandwidth of 912 GB/s, all while running at 19 Gbps speeds. The overall TDP will also receive a bump to 350 Watts, compared to 320 Watts of the regular RTX 3080 model. For more information regarding final clock speeds and pricing, we have to wait for the alleged launch date - January 11th.

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.

GAINWARD Releases GeForce RTX 3050 Ghost and Pegasus Graphics Cards

As the leading brand in enthusiastic graphics market, Gainward proudly presents the new Gainward GeForce RTX 3050 Ghost and Gainward GeForce RTX 3050 Pegasus series. The GeForce RTX 3050 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.

Like all RTX 30 Series GPUs, the RTX 3050 supports the trifecta of GeForce gaming innovations: NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex and NVIDIA Broadcast, which accelerate performance and enhance image quality. Together with real-time ray tracing, these technologies are the foundation of the GeForce gaming platform, which brings unparalleled performance and features to games and gamers everywhere.

Palit Released GeForce RTX 3050 Dual and StormX Series Graphics Card

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the authorized add-in-board partner of NVIDIA, announced the GeForce RTX 3050 Dual and StormX Series graphics cards. The GeForce RTX 3050 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.

The Palit GeForce RTX 3050 Dual Series features two 90 mm big fans for efficient cooling performance, and the large cut-through area on the back plate for optimized heat ventilation. Customizable RGB lighting is also decorated on the side of the shroud for gamers to enjoy minimalist lighting effects. The compact but powerful StormX Series is also introduced on the Palit GeForce RTX 3050 product line. The incredibly small package contains the mighty power of a full-sized graphics card. With only 17 cm in length, Palit StormX is perfect for small form factor system. Gamers can experience 100% performance as a full-sized card while saving space and enjoy the portability.
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