Chinese manufacturer of laptops is the first to market by introducing this smartphone GPU RTX 2050 and has graciously shared some graphs.

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RTX 2050
(Image credit: MechRevo)

In the last quarter of 2018, we announced that Nvidia was working on launching a new line of mobile GPUs that are discrete that was announced to launch in spring 2022. The news today was that ITHome informed us that Chinese laptop maker Mechanical Revolution (MechRevo) introduced The Unbounded16 Pro, which includes among the more fascinating components of Nvidia’s newest range of mobile GPUs: GeForce RTX 2050. GeForce RTX2050. A few GPU charts of performance were shared.

Take this chart with a large dose of salt because even though they appear official and MechRevo has previously published announcements on unbounded 16. Unbounded 16 Pro, we could not find the slide on their official website.

Rtx 2050
(Image credit: MechRevo, ITHome)

Above, you can view the estimated score on the RTX 2050 against the incumbent thin and light mobile GPUs, such as those of the GTX 1650 and MX 450. The MX 450 is more than twice as fast, but the GTX 1650 puts up a better battle with the newer model, only having an advantage of 23.

GPU efficiency in gaming benchmarks such as 3DMark Fire Strike isn’t always an excellent gauge for gaming efficiency. Performance is indeed dependent on what game you play.
The readers who have been around for a while are aware of the increasingly appealing RTX advantages the latest and faster RTX 2050 GPU for mobiles could provide due to RT cores and Tensor Cores. Real-time raytracing options from Nvidia, DLSS, Reflex, and Broadcast all go well together with RTX 2050, which is Nvidia Optimus technology-friendly.

 

Nvidia GeForce

RTX 2060

RTX 2050

MX 570

CUDA Cores

1,920

2,048

2048

GPU Clocks

1,185 – 1,560 MHz

1,155 – 1,477 MHz

1,087 – 1,155 MHz

Graphics Subsystem Power (W)

65 – 115 W

30 – 45 W

15 – 25 W

Memory Speed

Up to 14 Gbps

Up to 14 Gbps

Up to 12 Gbps

Standard Memory Configuration

6 GB GDDR6

4 GB GDDR6

2 GB GDDR6

Memory Interface Width

192-bit

64-bit

64-bit

Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)

Up to 336 GB/s

Up to 112 GB/s

Up to 96 GB/s

Note that despite its 20 series name, the RTX 2050 uses an Ampere GPU. It has the identical GA107 as the brand new MX 570 that is the same silicon used in earlier models, the RTX 3050 and the RTX 3050 Ti Mobile.

Additionally, our December report pointed out that the 2048 CUDA cores are more powerful than those of the earlier RTX 2060 (Turing); however, it will be slower due to its limited mobile TDP.

Rtx 2050
(Image credit: MechRevo, ITHome)

As we move on, we can have a slide from ITHome, editing, and processing software named “Clipping Professional Edition.’ The chart shows that RTX 2050 will assist your laptop in encoding significantly more quickly than a device that relies exclusively on the Intel Iris Xe 96 EU iGPU. The advantages become apparent when the resolution of video increases from 1080p through 1440p until 2160p (shorter bars indicate quicker processing).

The report from the source indicates that it is likely that the MechRevo Unbounded 16 Pro will be available for purchase at the beginning of March.