- Aug 17, 2014
Nvidia slipped out a quiet announcement of the arrival of three new mobile graphics cards in the spring of 2022. The GeForce RTX 2050 will join the ranks of the GeForce MX570 and MX550 in powering a new wave of laptops for gamers and creators.
The GeForce RTX 2050 and GeForce MX570 are based on the GA107 (Ampere) silicon, the same silicon that powers the GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti Mobile. The GeForce MX550, on the other hand, is still based on the TU117 (Turing) silicon from the current GeForce MX450.
In regards to featureset, the GeForce MX570 will support Nvidia DLSS and ray tracing in a "limited" fashion. Although the GeForce MX550 has the Tensor and RT cores bake in it, the Turing-based graphics card do not support Nvidia DLSS or ray tracing. As a result, it doesn't support Nvidia Broadcast unlike the GeForce RTX 2050 and MX570. However, the trio of upcoming GeForce graphics card are compatible with the Resizable BAR and Optimus technologies, but not Advanced Optimus.
GeForce RTX 2050 Specifications
GeForce RTX 2080 Super GeForce RTX 2080 GeForce RTX 2070 Super GeForce RTX 2070 GeForce RTX 2060 GeForce RTX 2050 Nvidia CUDA Cores 3,072 2,944 2,560 2,304 1,920 2,048 Boost Clock (MHz) 1,080 - 1,560 MHz 1,095 - 1,590 MHz 1,155 - 1,380 MHz 1,125 - 1,455 MHz 1,185 - 1,560 MHz 1,155 - 1,477 MHz Graphics Subsystem Power (W) 80 - 150+ W 80 - 150+ W 80 - 115 W 80 - 115 W 65 - 115 W 30 - 45 W Memory Speed Up to 14 Gbps Up to 14 Gbps Up to 14 Gbps Up to 14 Gbps Up to 14 Gbps Up to 14 Gbps Standard Memory Configuration 8 GB GDDR6 8 GB GDDR6 8 GB GDDR6 8 GB GDDR6 6 GB GDDR6 4 GB GDDR6 Memory Interface Width 256-bit 256-bit 256-bit 256-bit 192-bit 64-bit Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) Up to 448 GB/s Up to 448 GB/s Up to 448 GB/s Up to 448 GB/s Up to 336 GB/s Up to 112 GB/s