We tested for you: GeForce RTX 3050 8G reviews

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 8G graphics cards review

Nvidia recently held the promotion of the newest and most affordable member of the GeForce Ampera series of graphics cards in the form of RTX 3050 model. Since most of you are already familiar enough with this graphics card, we will share with you first-hand impressions and our vision of events in the class of initial gaming models, with the basic purpose of playing in Full HD resolution.

Due to the current situation and the jump in prices, this is currently the most popular class of gaming graphics cards, as evidenced by data on “Steam” statistics, which say that almost a third of users have one of the GeForce cards from GTX 50 or GTX 60 series. The first move in this part of the market and novelty, actually pulled AMD with the Radeon RX 6500 XT model that was greeted with a “knife” by the audience. Nvidia, on the other hand, applied a different strategy and brought a graphics card that is a real performance improvement in this class. So the reality of the situation was put aside, the hardware was amplified, and the card got over the required 8GB. At the same time, the recommended price has been reduced to a level that is a joy for our ears. Well, now that the latter has nothing to do with reality, it doesn’t matter, at least in the first moment we feel better.

GeForce RTX 3050 8G graphics cards review (source: Nvidia)

The new GeForce RTX 3050 8G directly changes all previous gaming graphics cards from the so-called GeForce GTX 50 series: 1050, 1650, offering better performance and new functions, but after tests we were bold enough to claim that this card changes absolutely all previous models not only from GTX 50, but also GTX 60 series. If you have wanted to configure the initial gaming model of the computer and are wondering whether to choose a more affordable GTX 1650 with 4 GB of memory or be quiet and for a little more money get a GTX 1660, 1660 Ti or 1660 SUPER. Choosing when to have a headache, a person is not aware of how much to spend and what to buy. Well, there are no more such headaches … they are now solved by a single model on offer called the GeForce RTX 3050 with 8 GB of memory.

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