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Asus unveils gaming laptops with RTX 3050, 3050 Ti GPUs



Asus yesterday announced laptops with new Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti and GeForce RTX 3050 GPUs.

These new Laptop GPUs are powered by the Ampere architecture, the second generation of Nvidia’s RTX technology, which combines new streaming multiprocessors with 2nd gen RT cores and 3rd gen Tensor cores to enable more realistic ray-traced graphics and advanced AI features.

These improvements enable lifelike visuals while pushing frame rates to new heights. They’re backed by support for Nvidia Reflex technologies that lower latency in select multiplayer games and Nvidia Broadcast effects that add instant polish to live streams.

The GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPUs bring RTX enhancements and performance, and the updated TUF and ROG laptop lineups offer these GPUs in a diverse range of designs to suit different needs.

ROG laptops pair the GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPUs with the latest generation of CPUs, including 11th Gen Intel Core and AMD Ryzen 5000 Series processors. ROG Intelligent Cooling technologies help to extract maximum performance from these cutting-edge platforms. A patented process applies a liquid metal thermal compound to accelerate heat transfer away from the CPU. New Arc Flow fans have tips that follow an aerodynamic wave pattern to reduce turbulence, and with 0dB Technology, they can turn off completely when CPU and GPU temperatures are low. These additions combine with other cooling upgrades to deliver high FPS in the latest games, remain quiet even as the fans engage, and stay cool under users’ fingertips.

Zephrus laptops also feature the new RTX laptop GPUs, with either an 11th Gen Intel Core or 5000-series AMD processors. In the Zephyrus M16, the RTX 3050 Ti runs at up to 1585MHz at 60W with ROG Boost, with another 15W available from Dynamic Boost.

In the Zephyrus G15, the RTX 3050 runs at up to 1600MHz and 60W with ROG Boost, plus another 15W via Dynamic Boost.

The new ROG Strix G15 and G17 offer high frames per second (FPS) in games, while Adaptive-Sync displays up to 300Hz immerse gamers in the action. The RTX 3050 Ti runs at up to 1795MHz at 80W with ROG Boost, with another 15W available from Dynamic Boost, while the RTX 3050 clocks up to 1840MHz and 80W with ROG Boost and can draw another 15W when Dynamic Boost is engaged.

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