At the heart of rumors of a new GeForce RTX 2060 and mobile versions of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 20 series graphics card, we have now heard words about a new Nvidia GeForce RTX 2050.
A new graphics card with 896 CUDA cores, 14 SM, 4 GB video memory and a maximum frequency of 1.560 MHz have appeared in the GeekBench database as shown by known leaker TUM APISAK . This rumored GPU has only been identified as a "Graphics Device" created by Nvidia Corporation, but it is safe to assume that it is built on the Turing architecture, and it will probably be the new GTX 1050 (Ti) replacement as it only have 4GB of video memory.
It also appears that our mystery GPU scored 1
NVIDIA Graphics Device 14 CU (896 cuda?) 2050/1150? PenOpenCL score1050ti – 840001050 – 73000 pic.twitter.com/S8a6NdWlDWDecember 24, 2018
In the same tweet from TUM APISAK, GeekBench records also show the presence of an upcoming GeForce RTX 2060. Besides, support documentation appears to confirm that the GPU will have 1920 CUDA Cores, 30 SM, 6 GB GDDR6 memory and a maximum frequency of 1200 MHz.
According to the reference page, the GeForce RTX 2060 also scored 211,876 points in OpenCL, which probably puts it ahead of the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti which only scored 175,000 points.
Nvidia GeForce GTX 11 series remerges
Now all this is in line with what we have come to expect from Nvidia's new RTX series – seriously bumped up specifications and scores – but new reports in the rumor mill have pointed to existence of a separate Nvidia GTX 11 series.
Several sites (including Wccftech and Videocardz) have reported that this GTX 11 series would be an extension of the Turing Line that determines the inclusion of RTX rays with radiation tracking. This will apparently lead to a second line of more affordable GPUs that will begin with GeForce GTX 1160 and 1150.
Before buying too much into these reports, we wanted to remind you that this current GPU series was already rumored To be the GTX 11 series before Nvidia pulled the rug under us all and introduced the RTX 20 series. So this is why we can't imagine Nvidia wanting to direct unless it really feels threatened by AMD's upcoming line with 7nm Vega II GPUs.
However, this scares off, we know for sure what Nvidia has planned as everyone will likely be announced at their press conference at CES 2019.