[Specs, Info and Prices] List of all laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti / 3050 Ti Max-Q

The RTX 3050 Ti has so far been the hottest (not literally) GPU that you can get your hands on. It has not only shown promise but has also solidified itself as a budget gaming beast, bringing the best option for 1080p gaming.

Hence, we wanted to show you all laptops that come with the said RTX 3050 Ti, along with a few talking points about these devices, what they’re good at and what they need help improving, so you can make an informed decision if you have already made your mind that the RTX 3050 Ti will be powering your new laptop. What we will also do is sort the laptops using their TGPs, which can vary, something that does affect the performance.

You can also check our dedicated articles about:

> All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 / 3050 Max-Q
> All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 / 3060 Max-Q
> All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 / 3070 Max-Q
> All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 / 3080 Max-Q


Acer Swift X (SFX14-41G)

The Swift X laptop is a pretty powerful and versatile device, which brings performance and power efficiency thanks to the Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000U-series. The laptop shouldn’t be viewed as a gaming laptop, but it can handle more demanding titles.

If you strictly want to game, there are far better options for you down below. However, what this laptop brings is a color-accurate panel, that you can use for video editing, graphic design, digital art, and more. The laptop is well built, uses an aluminum body, and has a long battery life of around 15 hours of web browsing and nearly 12 hours of video playback.

Acer Swift X (SFX14-41G): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Acer Nitro 5 (AN517-53/54)

A lot can be said about the Nitro 5 laptop, both good and bad. Truth be told, if you’re on a tight budget, it is a great offering, if gaming performance is strictly what you’re after. The battery life is abysmal, while the design is plasticky but durable.

However, there are much more elegant options, if you are willing to spend more, mainly from HP, Lenovo, and ASUS. It also heavily mismanages its hardware, with the CPU throttling despite the temperatures not being high at all.

Acer Nitro 5 (AN517-53/54): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Acer Predator Triton 300 SE

The SE version of the Predator Triton 300 offers a better-built aluminum chassis with a more grown-up design. Even the Predator logo has taken a back seat, not being front and center, sitting in the upper right corner in the form of a badge, similar to the ROG logo on the Zephyrys G-series laptops from ASUS.

The device is very portable, weighing only 1.70 kg, while still offering up to a Core i7-11375H and an RTX 3060. Being more than a gaming device, the notebook has a very good 14-inch Full HD display with close to complete sRGB coverage and professional-level of color accuracy, if you decide to you our Design and Gaming profile.

On the flip side, the cooling inside reaches its limits, with our stress test getting the CPU up to a temperature of more than 90°C, while the GPU didn’t go over 80°C, but had its clock speeds lower than other laptops with the same GPU.

Acer Predator Triton 300 SE: Full Specs / In-depth Review

Acer Predator Helios 300 (PH317-55)

The Helios 300 is bulkier but brings more powerful hardware. While it might weigh close to 3 kilograms, it brings the Core i7-11800H, which breezes through heavy tasks, without a problem. It also has more powerful GPUs, not only in name but also in TGP.

For example, its 3050 Ti has a TGP of 95W, contrasting the 85W one inside the Triton 300 SE. You might not think it’s a lot, but the extra headroom can come in handy when the time comes for the GPU to be pushed to its limits.

While it looks a lot more gamer-ish, it is also very versatile, bringing 96% sRGB color coverage and a dE value for color accuracy of 1.5 while using our Design and Gaming profile.  However, the battery life does leave a lot to be desired, so you will need the power brick with you.

Acer Predator Helios 300 (PH317-55): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Acer Nitro 5 (AN515-45)

The AMD-powered Nitro 5 is a much more balanced laptop, which we would recommend over its Intel counterpart. It delivers double the battery life, while not sacrificing a lot of performance if any.

Coming with up to a Ryzen 7 5800H, you can effortlessly tap into video editing, 3D modeling, AutoCAD, and more. It also does remarkably well in games, delivering outstanding results, while keeping its hardware cool and at decent clock speeds.

Acer Nitro 5 (AN515-45): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Alienware M15 R5

Alienware as a brand offers more expensive products, that come with interesting out-worldly designs but are also minimal enough to be carried around without shame. The laptop embraces the hexagonal pattern, which is readily found in nature. The front grill and the heat vents on the back have hexagonal shapes. The Alienware logo on the back supposedly lights up, which is a nice touch.

As with all Alienware laptops, the base extends from the back, making the lid pretty slim. The R5 is powered by Zen 3 or Tiger Lake and the RTX Ampere GPUs. The laptop should perform pretty well, if not top the charts, as Alienware is an enthusiast brand and they put the effort to give their consumers a great experience.

Full Specs: Alienware M15 R5 / Alienware M15 R6

ASUS TUF Gaming F17 (FX706, 2021)

The TUF Gaming family offers fantastic budget and mid-range devices, with appropriate hardware and designs. They are different from their ROG relatives, sporting a more militaristic aesthetic, along with the TUF Armory Crate software package that comes with them.

The TUF Gaming F17 is a big boy with big aspirations. It comes with powerful Tiger Lake processors, with up to the Core i9-11900H. The notebook also offers three graphics cards, with the better options being the RTX 3060 and RTX 3050 Ti, which we assume most people would go for anyway.

ASUS TUF Gaming F17 (FX706, 2021): Full Specs

ASUS TUF Dash F15 (FX516)

This is a very strong competitor to the Triton 300 SE, bringing similar levels of durability and performance while being noticeably less expensive. It comes with a plastic base, but one that is rigid and solid enough to handle the daily hardships that life or its owner will throw its way.

The structure is further reinforced using a hexagonal pattern on the inside. We are surprised by the lack of a webcam, with this quirk only seen before on flagship ROG laptops.

The battery life that this laptop provides is great, lasting nearly 15 hours of web browsing and 11 hours of video playback. The CPU and GPU combo is powerful enough to go through triple-A 1080p gaming.

ASUS TUF Dash F15 (FX516): Full Specs / In-depth Review

ASUS TUF Gaming F15 (FX506, 2021)

Identical to the TUF F17, the F15 brings the same level of design and performance, in a smaller more compact package that is the better option for most people. With a weight of less than 2.30 kg, it can be carried around without too much hassle, but you should get a good and sturdy laptop bag.

The device has two choices for a lid, with either plastic or aluminum. The plastic one has an engraving, with the TUF logo being plastered in the middle. The one made from aluminum gets a small TUF logo in the upper right corner, along with the TUF letters covering the whole left vertical side.

ASUS TUF Gaming F15 (FX506, 2021): Full Specs

ASUS ROG Strix G15 G513 / Strix G17 G713

The G15 is a fantastic gaming machine, being well-prepared with a great cooling solution, along with the best possible hardware for gaming. It is made strictly for that, sacrificing other features, such as a Webcam, which is essential for some people.

The laptop leads the performance charts, sitting only behind the Zephyrus Duo 15 SE, which is another beast altogether. If you strictly want to game, this laptop is for you. The only caveat that we have is that its keyboard can use some improvement.

Its keycaps are averagely sized, but the Arrow keys are laughably small. We would also like to mention the Strix G17 G713, which is the same notebook with a larger display and a NumPad section. The G15 would be the more reasonable option for most people, but we know some gamers like bigger screen real estate.

ASUS ROG Strix G15 G513: Full Specs / In-depth Review

ASUS ROG Strix G17 G713: Full Specs / In-depth Review

ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 (GU603)

The Zephyrus M16 is an exciting laptop with a minimalistic design and great hardware. However, it’s one thing to have powerful hardware, it’s another thing altogether to take advantage of it and use it to its fullest potential.

This is what the M16 has managed to do, thanks to some clever tricks. It uses liquid metal for its CPU, which improves temperatures for both the processor and graphics.

The laptop is a great Creator machine, using a 16-inch FHD+ or QHD+ display with 100% DCI-P3 coverage and great accuracy. It also has long battery life, enduring through 13 hours of web browsing and 8 hours of video playback.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 (GU603): Full Specs / In-depth Review


The X13 is a revolutionary notebook, featuring a very powerful processor that is paired with an entry-level GPU for most of the time. We say most of the time because the laptop has an additional accessory called the ROG XG Mobile, which has a similar price to that of the laptop itself.

It is an external GPU, which can house a 150W RTX 3080. With it, the RTX 3050 Ti takes a backseat unleashing the devastating combo of a Ryzen 9 5900HS and an RTX 3080. So most of the time you have a powerful business laptop that weighs 1.30 kg and still packs a punch. When you get home, it can transform into a destructive gaming battle station.

ASUS ROG Flow X13 (GV301): Full Specs / In-depth Review

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401

The Zephyrus 14 is one of our favorite laptops. It is small and compact, weighing only 1.60 kg and having a profile of 19.9 mm. Despite that, it can house a Ryzen 9 5900HS, along with up to an RTX 3060. While it is compact, it offers decent upgradeability, with half of its RAM being soldered, with the rest being upgradeable through a single SODIMM slot.

It also has a well-sized battery pack of 76Wh which lasts for more than 16 hours of web browsing and 10 hours of video playback. The display onboard covers the sRGB gamut fully, while the performance that it offers is on par with other bulkier devices, which can have better cooling and airflow.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401: Full Specs / In-depth Review

ASUS TUF Gaming A15 (FA506) / A17 (FA706)

The TUF Gaming A15 and A17 are AMD-powered gaming stations that are plenty capable of delivering when needed. The notebooks can be configured with up to a Ryzen 9 5900HX and an RTX 3070. We have already reviewed the A17 and we can conclude that it’s a fantastic budget and mid-range option that a lot of gamers will find to love.

Not only is the performance on point, but the overall experience with these laptops can rival the ones that you get with more expensive ROG laptops. The keyboard, for example, is great, with its long key travel, clicky feedback, and transparent WASD keys, which just look cool.

ASUS TUF Gaming A15 (FA506): Full Specs

ASUS TUF Gaming A17 (FA706): Full Specs / In-depth Review

ASUS VivoBook Pro 16X OLED (N7600/M7600)

The VivoBook Pro 16X is configurable with both AMD and Intel processors while offering the same GPU choices for both. On the Intel side, we have the 35W Core i7-11370H, while the AMD side is more favored offering the 45W Ryzen 9 5900HX.

The star of the show, however, is the 16-inch 4K UHD+ OLED display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. It is there to “Ignite the Creativity” within you, allowing you to transform your imagination into something tangible for the world to see. Art is all about self-expression, so what better way than the digital way, with which you can reach the whole world.

ASUS VivoBook Pro 16X OLED (N7600/M7600): Full Specs 

ASUS ProArt StudioBook 16 OLED (Pro W5600 / H5600)

This device is definitely what a beginner artist aspires towards in the future. This isn’t for noobies, as it takes a true professional to use it to its full potential. It is a fairly portable system with a weight of 2.40 kg and a profile of 21.4 mm.

The laptop’s definitive feature is the 16-inch display, which comes in either QHD+ or UHD+ resolution. The QHD panel is IPS while the 4K one upgrades to OLED.

The dial knob on the keyboard is configurable, allowing you to do whatever you want with it: volume control, color adjustment, or going through our timeline on your most recent video project. We can’t forget the power that this device brings. It has three Ryzen CPUs to pick from, with the top option being the Ryzen 9 5900HX. For the graphics, we have both RTX 3000-series GPUs along with the new professional-grade Ampere GPUs, in the face of the RTX A2000.

ASUS ProArt StudioBook 16 OLED (Pro W5600 / H5600): Full Specs 

Dell G15 5515

The G15 series closely resembles the Alienware M15 series, mainly in terms of design. They still use similar hardware, but with the Alienware laptop being the flagship product, it gets access to the best CPUs and GPUs. This is why the G15 5515 gets capped at the Ryzen 7 5800H and the RTX 3060 (115W). It is also available with the 90W version of the RTX 3050 Ti.

It also comes with two IPS panels with a 120Hz and 165Hz refresh rate. The laptop also brings improved cooling, with the Ryzen 7 behaving in a similar matter to its competitors, not overheating and throttling to speeds below the base one. The same could be said about the GPU onboard, as this RTX 3050 Ti hit the highest clock speed that we have seen from this GPU (1857MHz @ 76°C) at the time of our review. However, it is not able to take full advantage of the 90W TGP limit.

Dell G15 5515: Full Specs / In-depth Review

Dell G15 5511

The G15 5511 is very similar to the G15 5515, with the sole difference being the CPU options, which here comprise of three Tiger lake H45 CPUs, the top of which (Core i7-11800H) is rivaling Ryzen 7s and 9s from the current Zen 3 generation.

The laptop that we had comes in a gunmetal grey color, which looks fantastic when coupled with the angular shapes of the lid and the base. Similar to Alienware M15, the lid is really thin and the base feels like a base, extending from the back, where the heat vents are positioned.

In terms of performance, when put against the AMD model, the G15 5511 has a lot more punch, with its CPU being quicker in Photoshop and having a 12% lead in Cinebench 20. Its GPU also had a sizeable lead in benchmarks and ran cooler and at slightly higher clock speeds. And interestingly, this version has a slightly higher TGP limit of 95W.

Dell G15 5511: Full Specs / In-depth Review

Dell Inspiron 16 Plus 7610

We were pretty spot on when we referred to the Inspiron 16 Plus as the S-class of productivity laptops. It’s spacious, comfortable, and has crazy performance potential, despite looking like just another laptop. It is configurable with the Core i7-11800H and up to an RTX 3060.

It also uses a large 16-inch 4K screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio. With such a large panel with this resolution, you would be able to spread your workflow evenly. Furthermore, the more vertical space allows developers to see more code at once, which is always a plus.

Dell Inspiron 16 Plus 7610: Full Specs

Dell XPS 15 9510

The XPS line offers Dell’s flagship business laptops. The 9510 is equipped for maximum performance and professional work, featuring up to a Core i9-11900H and an RTX 3050 Ti.

It also comes with a complex build structure, using aluminum for the lid and bottom panel, while the base is crafted with carbon fiber, which is exposed and not painted over.

The bezels on the lid are exceptionally thin, housing several beautiful displays. The entry model has an FHD+ IPS panel, while the top option comes with a 4K UHD+ IPS display. There is a 3.5K OLED panel as well, so you’re covered regardless of preferences.

Dell XPS 15 9510: Full Specs

GIGABYTE G5 (Intel 11th Gen)

Similar to Dell, GIGABYTE has its gaming subdivision called AORUS. That, however, doesn’t stop it from offering GIGABYTE gaming devices as well, one of which is the G5. Yes, it is affordable and plasticky, but tries to be as minimalistic as possible, while having a profile of 24.9 mm.

The laptop offers two GPU options and a single CPU option, both of which are pretty budget-conscious. The best that you can get is a Core i5-11400H and an RTX 3050 Ti, both of which will do wonders in 1080p. One area where we were pretty surprised by was the I/O, as the laptop has a total of three USB Type-A ports, a single USB Type-C port, Ethernet and HDMI connectors, a mini DisplayPort, an audio jack, and an SD card reader.

GIGABYTE G5 (Intel 11th Gen): Full Specs 

HP Pavilion Gaming 17

If you want to go the super affordable route, you pretty much have to choose between the Pavilion Gaming 17 from HP or the IdeaPad Gaming 3 from Lenovo. Both offer great specs and have proven themselves as quality notebooks. One pro of the Pavilion is the design and color scheme.

Black + Green has usually been saved by Razer, but their notebooks cost an arm and a leg, so the budget segment gets the Pavilion instead. The laptop also looks great, with the rear housing two heat vents, which have interesting covers. Hardware-wise, there is the Core i7-11370H and the RTX 3050 Ti.

HP Pavilion Gaming 17 (17-cd0000, cd1000, cd2000): Full Specs / In-depth Review

HP OMEN 16 (16-c0000)

The OMEN family offers fantastic devices with lowkey designs, which both with Lenovo sparked a new trend in gaming laptop design. What was previously a kindergarten Halloween became sophisticated and sleek. The OMEN 16 unsurprisingly has a 16-inch screen that keeps the 16:9 aspect ratio.

The laptop has two AMD processor options and four GPU options, one of which is the tried-and-true GTX 1650. The top GPU here is the RTX 3070, which when coupled with the Ryzen 7 5800H can be a destructive force. To go with that you can get a 144Hz IPS display.

HP OMEN 16 (16-c0000): Full Specs

HP Victus 16 (16-d0000, e0000)

The Victus brand is entirely new and only has a single device as of now. While it is enough for now, expansion is not out of the question. The Victus 16 is a gaming / Creator hybrid that can excel at both.

It has everything you would need from a gaming notebook, including a powerful CPU and GPU, a 144Hz display option, and a very comfortable keyboard with long key travel and clicky feedback.

On the Creator front, the display that has a 144Hz refresh rate also covers 99% of the sRGB gamut and has a dE value of 1.0, making it ready for professional work.

HP Victus 16 (16-d0000, e0000): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 (15″, 2021) / IdeaPad Gaming 3i (15″, 2021)

The IdeaPad Gaming 3 is one of the best budget gaming laptops on the market. It offers plenty of hardware options both from AMD and Intel. Along with that, it has one of the best keyboards for gaming and typing ever, coming straight out of the Legion 5.

It is better than laptops a few times more expensive. The Intel variant which we reviewed squeezed decent performance out of its 35W Core i5 and RTX 3050, which had a clock speed of around 2000 MHz, the highest that we have seen from an RTX 3050.

Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 (15″, 2021): Full Specs 

Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3i (15″, 2021): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Lenovo Legion 5 15 (AMD) / Legion 5i 15 (Intel)

The Legion 5 is one of Lenovo’s most important laptops. The gaming laptop market is huge and while we would all love to have the best possible hardware, we have to live in reality, and in reality, we often don’t need that.

The Legion 5 manages to deliver massively on performance, regardless of which platform, AMD or Intel, you choose. We have reviewed both and so far, the AMD-equipped laptop seems to be performing much better, with the Ryzen 7 5800H having a 25% higher 3D Rendering score. The AMD CPU also runs cooler and seems to be more power-efficient, as the battery life is much longer on the AMD laptop. It’s worth mentioning that the Intel-based review unit was equipped with a six-core CPU, while the AMD one has eight cores.

Lenovo Legion 5 15 (AMD): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Lenovo Legion 5i 15 (Intel): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (16″, AMD) / Legion 5i Pro (16″, Intel)

The Legion 5 Pro laptops come with premium build quality and are ready for professional work out of the gate. The aluminum body is extremely durable, with almost no flex to be seen from both the base and the lid.

The lid itself has the Legion Y-logo, which a lot of people would say looks like Mercedes’ Silver Star. Furthermore, the keyboard here is ripped straight out of the regular Legion 5, which instantly makes it one of, if not the best keyboard on the market. The display has near full sRGB coverage and reaches great color accuracy with our Design and Gaming profile.

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (16″, AMD): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Lenovo Legion 5i Pro (16″, Intel): Full Specs / In-depth Review

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4

The ThinkPad X1 brand is Lenovo’s experimental arm, which strives to implement new materials and technologies into the laptop world. The X1 Extreme Gen 4 gets a lid crafted from carbon fiber and an aluminum base, both of which should be pretty durable.

The laptop is stacked with tech, it has a QHD+ IPS panel with 100% sRGB coverage and a 4K UHD+ IPS screen with 100% AdobeRGB coverage. Specs-wise, we see three very powerful chips from the Tiger Lake H45 family and four GPU options from the RTX Ampere series. The top configuration has the Core i9-11950H and the RTX 3080.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4: Full Specs

Lenovo ThinkBook 15p Gen 2

The ThinkBook brand was created with one goal in mind: to fill the gap that is left by the ThinkPad laptops, which are fantastic performers but don’t look the part.

With that said, we want to introduce you to the ThinkBook 15p Gen 2: a well-built notebook with the power to match. Built from the ground up using aluminum, durability will be unquestionable.

The design is sleek and minimal, with a two-tone finish on the lid. The laptop comes packed with the latest hardware from Intel and NVIDIA, with the best configuration getting the Core i7-11800H and the RTX 3050 Ti.

Lenovo ThinkPad 15p Gen 2: Full Specs

MSI Sword 15 / Sword 17

The Sword 15 and Sword 17 are MSI’s budget gaming laptops, along with the Katana series, which we will talk about below. The laptops have a sharp design and honestly look good, especially the ones with a white exterior.

The addition of a blue backlight is also much appreciated as it makes the device look 100x better. In terms of hardware, you get the Core i5-11400H and the Core i7-11800H. The GPUs of choice here are the RTX 3050, RTX 3050 Ti, and the RTX 3060.

Full Specs: MSI Sword 15 / Sword 17

MSI Crosshair 15 / Crosshair 17

Keeping up the weapons thematic, if melee combat isn’t your thing, MSI offers the Crosshair 15 and Crosshair 17 laptops. In terms of the design, it has a more aggressive lid, which has two slits, that form a bulge in the middle, making it look like a muscle car from the 60s.

Specs-wise, the laptops are pretty well equipped coming with either a Core i5-11400H or a Core i7-11800H for the CPU and up to an RTX 3060 (80W) for the GPU. Being that they are called Crosshair, even the entry model comes with a 144Hz Full HD display, with there also being a QHD 165Hz option.

Full Specs: MSI Crosshair 15 / Crosshair 17

MSI Katana GF66 / Katana GF76

These two laptops solidified the RTX 3050 Ti’s position as the budget gaming GPU to have over the RTX 3050. They look identical to the Sword laptops but have a black exterior. However, they offer more options for graphics, including an RTX 3070.

However, the laptops aren’t perfect at all, as they run pretty hot, despite the CPU inside not crushing it in terms of clock speeds. Even on the outside, the temperature of the larger notebook goes to 56°C.

The battery life also isn’t something to brag about, with both laptops lasting for about 5 and a half hours of web browsing and more than 4 hours of video playback.

MSI Katana GF66: Full Specs / In-depth Review

MSI Katana GF76: Full Specs / In-depth Review

MSI Pulse GL66 / Pulse GL76

The Pulse series is a bit more expensive than the Katana series but gets some stuff for itself such as an aluminum lid. Both the 15.6-inch and the 17.3-inch options come with durable plastic bodies, thanks to the honeycomb shapes on the inside, which work and do wonders in improving the rigidity of a laptop.

The design has some quirks to it as well, with the lid having a Pulse pattern, which consists of some lines. The cooling inside is also nicer, with six copper heat pipes, that don’t do that much, however, as the Core i7-11800H inside still reached temperatures close to 100°C.

MSI Pulse GL66: Full Specs / In-depth Review

MSI Pulse GL76: Full Specs / In-depth Review

MSI GF63 Thin (10Sx / 11Ux)

This laptop is the precursor to the Stealth 15M and you can still purchase it in 2021, as it is a viable option, coming with the latest Tiger Lake H CPUs and RTX Ampere GPUs. The laptop has a minimal look with a flat lid that has a brushed aluminum cover, which is also present on the base.

You can see that this is one of the older MSI devices since the Dragon logo on the lid is Red, whereas nowadays it comes in the color of the laptop itself. The specs are up to modern standards, with the Core i7-11800H for the processor, along with the RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti.

MSI GF63 Thin (10Sx / 11Ux): Full Specs

MSI Creator M16 (A11Ux)

The Creator M16 has a design that is very similar to the Katana and Sword laptops, with the lid and hinge design being the same, as well as the base and touchpad being almost identical. This is a neat idea, as gaming and Creator devices are similar.

Both make very effective use out of powerful hardware, both processors and graphics. What a Creator laptop needs is a great screen with matching color coverage and accuracy.

The M16’s 16-inch QHD+ IPS panel has 100% DCI-P3, along with TrueColor technology and Calman verification for color accuracy. With this panel and a Core i7-11800H, you can do quite a lot of damage in Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, or Premiere.

MSI Creator M16 (A11Ux): Full Specs

All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Max-Q

NVIDIA’s Ampere graphics cards don’t come in a Max-Q variation. Instead, the company offers its GPUs with a ton of different TGPs.

All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti (60W TGP)


All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti (75W TGP)


All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti (85W TGP)


All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti (90W TGP)


All laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti (95W TGP)


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