Nvidia announced, quite unexpectedly, three new laptop GPUs respond to the names of GeForce RTX 2050, MX570 and MX550. We’ll see them on the laptops that hit the market in the spring 2022.
Attention was already projected at CES 2022 on January 4, the stage on which the company is expected to showcase two high-end mobile GPUs, the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti, but here are a few solutions for the low and medium-low range market.
There GeForce RTX 2050 joins the one-strong GeForce RTX 20 lineup GPU Ampere GA107 (not Turing) with 2048 CUDA cores and 4 GB of GDDR6 memory up to 14Gbps 64-bit buses for bandwidth up to 112 GB/s. On its NVIDIA site indicates a boost frequency of 1155 (Max-Q) or 1477 MHz (traditional version) and a TDP of 30 or 45W. Between missing features compared to the other chips in the series we find the G-Sync and VR support. Ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS, Reflex and Broadcast are all present. The RTX 2050 offers more CUDA cores than the RTX 2060 (1920 units), but the bus is permanently neutralized (64 bits against 192 bits) and the GPU is associated with less memory (4 GB against 6 GB).
The GeForce MX570 is the fastest MX solution ever and is also GPU based GA107 Amps. Can be combined with GDDR6 memory and with support for PCIe 4.0 and major APIs such as DirectX 12 and Vulkan 1.2, this solution It has Ray Tracing Drive and Tensor Cores enabledeven if you don’t expect great performance.
The GeForce MX550 is described as an upgrade from the GeForce MX450 with more CUDA cores and faster memory: There’s a Turing TU117 GPU on board, but RT units and Tensor cores are disabled. Nvidia Broadcast can be used on the RTX 2050 and MX570, but not the MX550. All three GPUs support Resizable BAR and Optimus, but not Advanced Optimus.
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