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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 OEMs have fewer cores

From China come the first reports that graphics cards NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 OEMi.e. GPUs that arrive already assembled in a pre-assembled kit, They are superimposed at the factory at different levels.

For starters, they use a GA106 graphics chip with 2304 CUDA cores and less TMU and ROP. The “original” model can arrive in two variants with GA106 or GA107 graphics chip, but in either case, both share the same specifications in the form of 2560 CUDA cores, 80 TMUs and 32 ROPs. In this specific case, we are talking about 10% fewer CUDA cores (-256).


In addition to this spec reduction, the graphics chip achieves a slightly lower Base/Turbo frequency of 1.51/1.76GHz (vs 1.55/1.78 GHz), while at least in memory there is no change, having the same 8 GB of GDDR6 at 14 Gbps with a bandwidth of 224 GB/s. Regarding energy consumption, it maintains the 130W of the DIY variant based on the GA106 graphics chip (vs 115W GA107), so it is powered via an 8-pin PCI-Express connector.

The summary is that despite the same name, the user could get a graph that is really 5-10% slower compared to the model initially announced and launched. What is curious in all this is that the prices are not so different from one model to another, while the logic would be that the price is slightly lower since an inferior graphics card is offered at the technical level , as happened with the GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB and GTX 1060 3 GBwhere the variant with less memory was also less powerful by having a chip with fewer cores.

via: IT Home

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