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Posted by: Spunjji
« on: May 11, 2021, 15:14:59 »

The RT-performance is sufficient.
Doesn't look it!
Nvidia posted some benchmarks with medium settings and it performed very well with Raytracing+DLSS in demanding titles.
So we're talking pretend-1080p rendering with pretend-RT. Awesome.
"BuT iS RaYTrAcIng WoRtH iT WhEn YoU haVe to SacrFicie SeTTinGs sO MUcH"
No, but nice work trying to make a reasonable question look silly. Your answer about Control was subjective at best, and that's the absolute best-case for RT right now. IMHO there's not a game out there that looks better at medium settings with RT and DLSS than it does with High settings at native res and no RT. Interesting to see your 2 cents though, or rather, your shilling...

Looks like we're getting something between GTX 1660Ti and RTX 2060 performance at a lower price level, but with a harsher VRAM limit. DLSS support would give it a little more legs in the long-run than the 1660Ti, only that extra 2GB of VRAM is going to be increasingly useful, so in conclusion: shrug
Posted by: kk
« on: May 11, 2021, 13:33:22 »

The RT-performance is sufficient.

Nvidia posted some benchmarks with medium settings and it performed very well with Raytracing+DLSS in demanding titles.

This is not a card for high/ultra settings with Raytracing at all, and it never wanted to be. The target is medium/ medium RT for now and the future, which is why it has only 4GB VRAM. Xbox Series S has 7.5 GB in total useable for games which is used by the CPU as well due to split memory configuration, so effective VRAM should be around 4 GB as well.

"BuT iS RaYTrAcIng WoRtH iT WhEn YoU haVe to SacrFicie SeTTinGs sO MUcH"

Depends on the title, but generally yes absolutely. A control will look waaay better on medium general settings+RT medium than on Ultra and without RT. The differences in general settings are minor, while the RT reflections provide a big boost to realism. Many of the good RT titles fall into the same category.

That is my take on the 3050 series.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: May 11, 2021, 13:02:17 »

After the high-end models RTX 3060, RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 you can now get a mid-range version for notebooks - at least if they are available. We already had the chance to test the promising RTX 3050 Ti ahead of the launch and evaluate the performance.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Performance-Review-Nvidia-GeForce-RTX-3050-Ti-Laptop-GPU.539010.0.html

 
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