Gainward introduced the GeForce RTX 3050 6GB Pegasus video card. The new product is intended for use as part of compact Mini-ITX format systems and will be produced in versions with or without additional factory GPU overclocking.
GeForce RTX 3050 6GB received a GPU with 2304 CUDA cores, which is 10% less than the 8 GB version. According to NVIDIA benchmark specifications, the graphics chip operates at 1470 MHz, which is 17% lower than the model with 8 GB of memory. The video memory bus of the new product has been cut from 128 to 96 bits. The memory operates at 14 Gb/s per pin and provides a throughput of 168 GB/s. The card’s power consumption is only 70 W, so it is not equipped with connectors for additional power.
For the new product made by Gainward Pegasus with factory overclocking, the GPU frequency is stated to be 1492 MHz. The card is equipped with a compact cooling system, which includes one fan with a full stop function. It does not spin while the GPU temperature is below 60 degrees Celsius.
With a thickness of two expansion slots, the card dimensions are 162 × 117 mm. The set of external video connectors for the Gainward GeForce RTX 3050 6GB Pegasus includes one DisplayPort 1.4a, HDMI 2.1 and DVI-D port.