It is practically an open secret that NVIDIA has a GeForce RTX 3050 Ti in the pipeline, the only question being when the card will be arriving. Now, just as it was with the RTX 3060 prior to its launch, GPU-Z validation of the alleged GPU has reportedly appeared.
Based on the validation, it seems that the RTX 3050 Ti is and may only make its debut as a laptop GPU. As for what GPU model it will be using, the validation seems to confirm it as a GA107.
Additional details suggest that the GPU could have 4GB GDDR6 graphics memory, a 128-bit memory bust with a maximum bandwidth of 192GB/s, plus a boost clock of 1485MHz and a memory clock of 6Gbps. On top of that, it may also have 32 ROPs and 213 TMUs.
As to when we can expect the GPU, fresh rumours are suggesting that NVIDIA plans on debuting its RTX 3050 Ti with Intel’s upcoming 11th generation Tiger Lake-H Core series CPUs, which are expected to launch next week on 11 May.
(Source: TPU via Videocardz)