We have the Eagle version, a compact but full-size card. Secondly, the Low Profile version appears in the brand’s catalog.
As you can see, Gigabyte offers two versions of NVIDIA’s entry-level card. The first model, the Eagle version, arrives in a compact format, occupying strictly two slots in a case. The cooling system features two fans blowing on a single machined aluminum block. Its PCB is ” half height “. This means the card will fit into some very compact cases, provided it has two expansion slots!
Frequencies. We do know that the reference card runs at 1470 MHz boost. As for the GPU configuration, it’s not very exciting either, since this version of the 3050 benefits from a small GA107 GPU containing 2048 cuda cores. As for memory, we have 6 GB of VRAM on a 96-bit bus. This is an entry-level card designed to compete with AMD’s (RX 6600) and Intel’s (A580) offerings. It remains to be seen how much this card will actually cost. As a reminder, the price is set at $179.