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GTX 1050 and GTX 1050Ti

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2 minutes ago, AresKrieger said:

Notice how they aren't comparing core count to the 950 xD

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2 minutes ago, Oswin said:

what is the 1050ti supposed to be compared with?

4GB RX 460


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1 minute ago, Matias_Chambers said:

I can't wait to see how these things compare to the RX 460.

Well considering the 950>460 and the 1050ti is essentially a 950 on speed I'd say the 460 is kinda weak by comparison


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1 minute ago, Castdeath97 said:

4GB RX 460

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Just now, AresKrieger said:

Well considering the 950>460 and the 1050ti is essentially a 950 on speed I'd say the 460 is kinda weak by comparison

465 then. Not sure about 470

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hmm from what it seems they are setting the cuda cores based on resolution, just as predicted 


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1 minute ago, AresKrieger said:

Well considering the 950>460 and the 1050ti is essentially a 950 on speed I'd say the 460 is kinda weak by comparison

Yeah I guess an RX 470 or even 480 would be a better match. 

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Just now, Matias_Chambers said:

Yeah I guess an RX 470 or even 480 would be a better match. 

480 vs 1060

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If there was a final nail for the RX 460's coffin, this is it.


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3 minutes ago, dexxterlab97 said:

and a 6-pin connector are likely to appear from various vendors

Yeah. They're going to need it for OC cards.But implementing one requires a pretty complete overhaul of the power delivery meaning they'd have to re-design the entire PCB. Which is a lot of work, I'm saying too much work, for non-OC cards. Leaving the non-OC people with zero headroom for the power from PCI-E. Leading me to my issue with this: The non-OC people with their store-bought prebuilt machines are going to come cry to us when their new cards crash all over the place. These card's are going to be trouble.

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1 hour ago, HKZeroFive said:

If there was a final nail for the RX 460's coffin, this was it.

RIP RX 460 August 8 - October 25

 

1 hour ago, Naeaes said:

Yeah. They're going to need it for OC cards.But implementing one requires a pretty complete overhaul of the power delivery meaning they'd have to re-design the entire PCB. Which is a lot of work, I'm saying too much work, for non-OC cards. Leaving the non-OC people with zero headroom for the power from PCI-E. Leading me to my issue with this: The non-OC people with their store-bought prebuilt machines are going to come cry to us when their new cards crash all over the place. These card's are going to be trouble.

You want performance then you get 1060. Done. Or an RX 460/470. But still I won't be oc it on my 500w delta anyway, I am even afraid to oc my 760

 

1 hour ago, Oswin said:

hmm from what it seems they are setting the cuda cores based on resolution, just as predicted 

GTX 1080 has 2560 cores. Make sense that it can play lots of 1440p games

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1 minute ago, dexxterlab97 said:

GTX 1080 has 2560 cores. Make sense that it can play lots of 1440p games

so are we expecting this to play at 640p? the glorious non-hd resolution, jk 


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2 minutes ago, Oswin said:

so are we expecting this to play at 640p? the glorious non-hd resolution, jk 

well are you gonna play games at 768p with 950?

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1 minute ago, dexxterlab97 said:

well are you gonna play games at 768p with 950?

not really, i was joking....


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21 minutes ago, dexxterlab97 said:

465 then. Not sure about 470

Well, the 465 is just going to be a 460 with a lot less power consumption (or same power consumption but twice the performance... haha no) so I'm not getting my hopes up.


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Just now, TheRandomness said:

Well, the 465 is just going to be a 460 with a lot less power consumption (or same power consumption but twice the performance... haha no) so I'm not getting my hopes up.

1050 ti it is then.

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I never would've thought NVidia would've beaten AMD in the low end market. Ouch. 😮


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Just now, VagabondWraith said:

I never would've thought NVidia would've beaten AMD in the low end market. Ouch. 😮

They are beating the hell out of 480 with their 1060 3gb and 1060 6gb. The price of 480 8gb usually higher

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Steady your hype. Nvidia have just announced the 1050 and 1050ti specs and performance* on their website.

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Everyone deserves great gaming. That’s why we created the fast, powerful GeForce® GTX 1050. Now, you can turn your PC into a true gaming rig, powered by NVIDIA Pascal™—the most advanced GPU architecture ever created. It’s loaded with innovative NVIDIA Game Ready technologies that let every gamer experience the latest titles in their full glory. #GameReady.

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In the full specs it is also shown that both cards sip a mere 75W of power and reference cards will have no auxiliary power connectors, which could prove to be interesting for overclocking results.

 

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Here the 1050 and 1050ti are shown to have a ~65% and ~90% increase respectively in games such as GTA relative to the 750ti.

 

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They have also shown a gallery of custom board partner cards.

 

Source: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/geforce-gtx-1050

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I wonder what performance they will get compared a 970?

Considering they are probably about $50 to $80 cheaper


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