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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Graphics Card (3 products)

Powered by NVIDIA's second generation Ampere RTX architecture the entry-level RTX 3050 gets you the key features of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards at a great price. Browse Ebuyer's range of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphics cards from the biggest brands, including ASUS, MSI and PNY. Looking for even more performance? The RTX 4090 is here.

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MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 VENTUS 2X XS OC Graphics Card for Gaming - 8GB

  • Memory Size / Type: 8GB GDDR6
  • Clock Speed: 1400 / 1777 MHz
  • Interface: HDMI / Displayport
  • Stream Processors: 2560
  • Bandwidth: 128-bit

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ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Dual OC V2 Graphics Card for Gaming - 8GB

  • Memory Size / Type: 8GB GDDR6
  • Clock Speed: 1440 / 1852 MHz
  • Interface: HDMI / DisplayPort
  • Stream Processors: 2560
  • Bandwidth: 128-bit

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ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Phoenix Graphics Card for Gaming - 8GB

  • Memory Size / Type: 8GB GDDR6
  • Clock Speed: 1777 / 1807 MHz
  • Interface: HDMI / DisplayPort
  • Stream Processors: 2560
  • Bandwidth: 128-bit

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MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 VENTUS 2X XS OC Graphics Card for Gaming - 8GB

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  • Memory Size / Type: 8GB GDDR6
  • Clock Speed: 1400 / 1777 MHz
  • Interface: HDMI / Displayport
  • Stream Processors: 2560
  • Bandwidth: 128-bit

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ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Dual OC V2 Graphics Card for Gaming - 8GB

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  • Memory Size / Type: 8GB GDDR6
  • Clock Speed: 1440 / 1852 MHz
  • Interface: HDMI / DisplayPort
  • Stream Processors: 2560
  • Bandwidth: 128-bit

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  • Memory Size / Type: 8GB GDDR6
  • Clock Speed: 1777 / 1807 MHz
  • Interface: HDMI / DisplayPort
  • Stream Processors: 2560
  • Bandwidth: 128-bit

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RTX 3050 at Ebuyer

With 2nd-gen RT Cores, 3rd-gen Tensor Cores and new streaming multi-processors, the NVIDA RTX 3050 is ready for a rock-solid 1080p and 60 frames-per-second gaming experience in the latest games.

RTX 3050 for budget 1080p gaming

If you are after one of the best budget graphics cards, you are looking in the right place. Even as the cheapest graphics card in the RTX 30 Series, the GeForce RTX 3050 offers up NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) for AI-enhanced image reconstruction in games, real-time raytracing and more.

This makes the RTX 3050 highly adept for esports on a high refresh rate gaming monitor, and cinematic, big-budget games running at a 1080p resolution as well. Ultra-high resolutions such as 4K in AAA games are off the cards for the RTX 3050, but it is more than adequate for 1080p, the most popular resolution for gaming by far.

Does the RTX 3050 support DLSS?

Yes, DLSS taps into the RTX 3050s Tensor Cores AI co-processors found exclusively on RTX 30 Series graphics cards to intelligently reconstruct supported games from a lower input resolution to a higher output resolution, 720p to 1080p for example, with fantastic results. DLSS produces images that are comparable to or sometimes even better than native resolution rendering. DLSS is a game-changer for performance and image quality, and lets the RTX 3050 punch ways above its weight.

What PSU do I need for the RTX 3050?

What's more, the RTX 3050 only uses a single 8-pin power connector. Under load, this graphics card is rated to draw 130W, though it varies from model to model depending on boost clocks. It is a welcome change of pace from power-hungry cards that will happily consumed 200W, 300W or even more. As such, you do not need a beefy PSU to power the RTX 3050, a 550W PSU is recommended by NVIDIA themselves.

A great upgrade for a pre-built PC

As the RTX 3050 has a relatively low power requirement, it won't kick off too much heat either. This makes it a good choice for a small form-factor PC build, in a Mini ITX or Micro ATX computer case. Or alternatively, it makes the RTX 3050 a suitable upgrade path for many a pre-built PC. Get a massive boost to graphics performance, without having to upgrade your PSU too.

How much VRAM does the RTX 3050 have?

The RTX 3050 does not skimp out on video memory. Even though it is classed as an entry-level graphics card, the RTX 3050 is loaded up with 8GB of super-fast GDDR6 VRAM. This lets you enable high-res textures in games, arguably the most important graphics option, without experiencing judders as new textures are loaded into memory. In a compatible motherboard, the RTX 3050 runs over a PCIe Gen4 interface with eight lanes for high bandwidth.

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