Nvidia RTX 3050 Review: Entry-Level Ray Tracing GPU Needs More Performance

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In an ideal world, Nvidia's RTX 3050 should be equivalent to an RTX 2060 - but with two gigs of much needed extra memory. We get the 8GB of VRAM with the new card, but performance isn't quite as good as we think it should be.

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