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Nvidia Announces GeForce RTX 2050 along with MX550 and MX570


Nvidia has Silently announced its new GeForce RTX 2050 for gaming laptops and MX550, MX570 for budget laptops. The RTX 2050 is the latest 20 series graphics which has a number of cores similar to that of the 30 series. In addition to the RTX 2050, Nvidia also announced the entry-level MX550 and MX570 laptop chips, but the company hasn’t provided many details about their specs. Nvidia vaguely mentions “more CUDA Cores” and “faster memory speeds” with no solid numbers to back it up just yet. Let’s move on to the specification and price of the NVIDIA Graphics Card in Nepal.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 Overview:

The latest 20 series RTX 2050 is based on the new architecture. It is similar to the RTX 3050 series. The RTX 2050 uses the same chip as that of the 3050 but has added some restrictions to meet the lower price point. Furthermore, the memory bus on the RTX 2050 is half the width of that of RTX 3050 (64-bit < 128-bit). NVIDIA has disabled half memory controllers of the GA107 chip for a 64-bit memory bus. It connects to 4GB of 14Gbps GDDR6 VRAM with effective bandwidth of 112GB per second, which is also half of what RTX 3050 offers.


Also, NVIDIA has made it clear that laptops also need to have CPUs with dedicated integrated GPU (iGPU) to be able to use RTX 2050. It’s because RTX 2050 doesn’t come with any display output, and it will have to rely on the integrated GPU for display output. The configurable TDP for this GPU is between 30W and 45W. Prior to this, this kind of TDP requirement was reserved for the MX-series of GPUs. Thus, we are more likely to see RTX 2050 in laptops with a relatively smaller battery and limited chassis space. It also requires less power. 

RTX 2050 Specifications

Manufacturing Process Samsung 8nm
Chip GA10
Architecture  Ampere
CUDA Cores 2048
Boost Clock 1155 – 1477MHz
Memory Clock 14Gbps GDDR6
ROPs 32?
Memory Bus Width 64-bit
TDP Range 30 – 45W
Launch Date Spring 2022

NVIDIA Graphics Card Price in Nepal

The Latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 has recently been announced so, the price is not available currently in Nepal. It is expected to launch in the spring of 2022 as per the announcement. Here is the list of NVIDIA Graphics card prices in Nepal.

Graphics Card Specifications(Memory, Boost clock speed, CUDA core) Price in Nepal
Nvidia RTX 2080Ti 11GB GDDR6, 1755MHz, 4352 NPR 225,600
Nvidia RTX 2080 8GB GDDR6, 1860MHz, 2944 NPR 150,000
Nvidia RTX 2070 8GB GDDR6, 1620MHz, 2304 NPR 88,800
Nvidia RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6, 1830MHz, 1920 NPR 72,000
Nvidia RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6, 1680MHz, 1920 NPR 66,000
Nvidia GTX 1660Ti 6GB GDDR6, 1770MHz, 1536 NPR 57,000
Nvidia GTX 1660Ti 6GB GDDR6, 1830MHz, 1536 NPR 52,800
Nvidia GTX 1660 6GB GDDR6, 1830MHz, 1408 NPR 43,200
Nvidia GTX 1650 4GB GDDR5, 1860MHz, 896 NPR 34,200

MX550 and MX570 Overview

Compared to the RTX 2050, NVIDIA’s new entry-level laptop GPUs are decidedly more traditional. NVIDIA’s MX series of laptop GPUs take up the very bottom of NVIDIA’s product stack and are the first step above integrated graphics in most laptop designs. These parts are also commonly used for adding GPUs to thin and light laptops, given the relatively small sizes of the chips used, as well as their low TDPs.

NVIDIA MX550 and MX570

MX550 and MX570 Availability

NVIDIA has announced that the new MX500 series is a lot faster than the previous MX models. But, they have not yet announced the specifications yet. So, we can predict that they feature more than 10Gbps GDDR6 memory since MX450 features 10Gbps GDDR6 memory. Past that, NVIDIA is offering no further details. The MX series is not sold on the basis of features, and NVIDIA is offering no indication that the Ampere-based MX570 has any of its advanced features enabled, such as the RT or tensor cores. For all practical purposes, it’s functionally closer to a feature level 12_1 SKU, rather than 12_2/DirectXU.

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