Before the end of 2021, NVIDIA just announced three new graphics models for computer companies to integrate into their mid-range gaming PCs. The three new graphics are the GeForce RTX 2050, GeForce MX570 and GeForce MX550.

Although announced later this year, the graphics card will be available on laptops as well as on the market until early next year. The most attractive new graphics card is the RTX 2050, as it proves that NVIDIA has not abandoned the Turing architecture used in its RTX 20 Series graphics cards.

According to NVIDIA Live, the GeForce RTX 2050 comes with 2,048 CUDA Cores, with a top speed of 1,477MHz and a total power consumption (TGP) of 45W. This graphics card comes with 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM, and the memory speed is up to 14Gbps.

The laptop, which will feature the GeForce RTX 2050 graphics card, will receive RT Cores, Tensor Cores and NVIDIA Encoder technology as well as other RTX families to bring key features such as Ray-Tracing, NVIDIA DLSS and more. Same.

The other two graphics card models announced by NVIDIA, the MX570 and MX550, have not been revealed in detail, but the company has confirmed that for the MX570 it will be the MX family of graphics cards. Which is the fastest to date. While the MX550 is a replacement for the MX450 that is being used in laptops today.