The test results appeared on the Zhihu platform. Of the three models that were announced yesterday, the leak concerns only two – the RTX 2050 and MX550. But the RTX 2050 and MX570 are supposed to perform at roughly the same level, at least in this 3DMark benchmark.
It should be noted that NVIDIA confirmed that both video cards are essentially the same (based on the Ampere GA107 GPU with 2048 CUDA cores). They support hardware ray tracing as well as DLSS. However, RT kernels are somewhat limited. In addition, the RTX 2050 has 4GB of storage while the MX570 has 2GB.
It is also known that both MX500 models are limited to a 64-bit memory bus and a bandwidth of 12 Gb / s. The clock speeds are 1155 MHz for the MX570 and 1320 MHz for the MX550. The MX550 is essentially a stripped-down GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card.
Unfortunately, the benchmark results are not very impressive. In 3DMark Time Spy, the RTX 2050 scores 3369 points and the MX550 scores 2510 points. For comparison, the mobile RTX 3050 scores 4800 points, while the mobile GTX 1650 scores about 3400 points. But it should be understood that so far only pre-sale samples have been tested.
The video cards will be released in the spring of 2022.