NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 Laptop GPU tested in 3DMark Fire Strike, 23% faster than GTX 1650

Published: Feb 24th 2022, 14:04 GMT   Comments

MechRevo reveals RTX 2050 performance

The Chinese laptop maker shares performance figures of the slowest RTX 20 GPU.

According to newly provided test results featuring the 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark, the RTX 2050 is around 23% faster than GTX 1650 and 134% faster than MX450. It was previously reported that RTX 2050 essentially offers performance similar to GeForce MX570, a low-power discrete card for thin-and-light laptop designs.

GeForce RTX 2050, Source: MechRevo

Despite being part of the RTX 20 series, the RTX 2050 is equipped with an Ampere GPU featuring as many as 2048 CUDA cores. This actually the same configuration as GeForce MX570 and RTX 3050, however the memory size and bus width were limited to 2GB and 64-bit. This has a substantial effect on performance.

GeForce RTX 2050, Source: MechRevo

MechRevo also provided some video encoding efficiency results, featuring FullHD and UltraHD resolutions. Intel Xe graphics with 96 Execution Units performed worse in all encoding tests.

NVIDIA Entry-Level GeForce Mobile GPUs
VideoCardz.comRTX 3050RTX 2050MX570GTX 1650
CUDA Cores
RT Cores
Tensor Cores
Max Boost Clock
1740 MHz
1477 MHz
1155 MHz
1020 MHz
Memory Configuration
4GB G6 128-bit
4GB G6 64-bit
2GB G6 64-bit
4GB G5 128-bit
Memory Clock
14 Gbps
14 Gbps
12 Gbps
8 Gbps
Launch DateJanuary 2021Spring 2022Spring 2022April 2019

Source: ITHome

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