Graphics Cards

Palit RTX 3050 Dual OC 8GB Review

The latest Nvidia graphics cards are here, and to celebrate, I’ve got the new Palit RTX 3050 Dual OC 8GB on the test bench! These new cards are designed to be more affordable, offering a new entry-level model for the RTX class cards. However, this is also the first time we’ve seen features like ray-tracing on an xx50 graphics card too. That means you get features like ray tracing, DLSS, Reflex, and all those other lovely Nvidia technologies. Furthermore, all this comes just one week after the launch of the AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics cards. While AMD launched their cards with just 4GB of VRAM, the new Nvidia cards are all equipped with 8GB of VRAM. Of course, that does mean Nvidia’s cards are going to be more expensive, but it’ll be interesting to see what you get (in terms of performance) for your extra investment.

Palit RTX 3050 Dual OC

The Palit GeForce RTX 3050 Dual Series features two 90mm big fans, and a backplate with extra ventilation to allow air to pass through the card, which should make light work of cooling the new Nvidia chipset, ensuring you can game for longer at the maximum boost clocks. It should be quiet too, and with a zero RPM fan mode, it’ll be completely silent when you’re not pushing it to the max. Overall, Palit hasn’t gone crazy here, staying relatively close to the reference specifications, but a big cooler, DrMOS, and a little touch of RGB are certainly welcome additions and should give it a more competitive edge overall.


  • Dual 90mm Fan Cooler
  • Honeycomb Bracket
  • DrMOS
  • 0-dB Tech
  • RGB Lighting
  • RT cores
  • 3rd Gen Tensor Cores
  • 8 GB VRAM

RTX 3050

“The GeForce RTX 3050 is built with the powerful graphics performance of the NVIDIA Ampere architecture. It offers dedicated 2nd gen RT Cores and 3rd gen Tensor Cores, new streaming multiprocessors, and high-speed G6 memory to tackle the latest games. Step up to GeForce RTX.” – Nvidia

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

Disqus Comments Loading...

Recent Posts

Genesis Launch its New Helium 800 BT 2.1 Speakers with ARGB Illumination

Genesis has announced the launch of one of its strongest products yet in its computer…

2 hours ago

Chinese OEMs to Blame For Overpriced Nvidia 3060/3070 Laptops?

While the desktop graphics card situation has improved quite notably over the last 6 months,…

5 hours ago

PS5 & Xbox Series X Upgrade Revisions – 8K Capable with a 2023 Release?

We've regularly said that with it still being less than 2 years since the PS5…

5 hours ago

Sony Reveals Huge PC Gaming Sales With Prediction of Big Market Boom by 2025!

It's something that pretty much every gamer has known for the last 25 years, but…

5 hours ago

EKWB Unveil EK-Quantum Vector² for ASUS 3090 Ti TUF Gaming & ROG Strix GPUs

EK Water Blocks (EKWB) has introduced new Vector² water blocks, this time for the ASUS…

5 hours ago

Gigabyte Confirms Near Full AM5 Support on its Air/AIO Coolers

Gigabyte has formally announced that all of its current AIO liquid coolers lineup and tower…

5 hours ago