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GTX 1050 and GTX 1050Ti

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5 minutes ago, Cela1 said:

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

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Here the 1050 and 1050ti are shown to have a ~65% and ~90% increase 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

woah 


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1 minute ago, Cela1 said:

How? :P

Repost :D

 


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Just now, Cela1 said:

How? :P

 

1 minute ago, ThinkWithPortals said:

Repost :D

 

wait I can't find my post anymore any idea

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3 minutes ago, Cela1 said:

How? :P

1 minute ago, dexxterlab97 said:

 

wait I can't find my post anymore any idea

Here, isn't it?

 

 


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4 minutes ago, UberGamerKing said:

I wonder what performance they will get compared a 970?

Considering they are probably about $50 to $80 cheaper

about 15% worse then a 970 is my bet, but they could be pretty good as a replacement for the 750 TI


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Just now, ThinkWithPortals said:

Here, isn't it?

 

 

Not mine. I remember clearly posting this morning. Must fail something and got it removed

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Just now, dexxterlab97 said:

Not mine. I remember clearly posting this morning. Must fail something and got it removed

RIP your post... :/ 


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Just now, Bananasplit_00 said:

about 15% worse then a 970 is my bet, but they could be pretty good as a replacement for the 750 TI

But, the price difference is going to be more than 15%.

Plus, you could probably get some half decent overclocks out of them


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Just now, Cela1 said:

Those were leaked rumors... not an official Nvidia announcement

 

Just now, dexxterlab97 said:

Not mine. I remember clearly posting this morning. Must fail something and got it removed

There's an update on the bottom of the main post.

 

Anyway, I saw a big megathread about it earlier by @dexxterlab97 but I have zero idea where it's gone now...


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Just now, ThinkWithPortals said:

 

There's an update on the bottom of the main post.

 

Anyway, I saw a big megathread about it earlier by @dexxterlab97 but I have zero idea where it's gone now...

I did try to follow the guideline with quotes and my own opinion and source

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@ThinkWithPortals found it, been merged with the original romours

2 hours ago, dexxterlab97 said:

Product

GTX 1050 Ti

GTX 1050

GTX 750 Ti

GTX 650

CUDA Cores

768

640

640

384

Base Clock

1,290MHz

1,354MHz

1,020MHz

1,058MHz

Boost Clock

1,392MHz

1,455MHz

1,085MHz

N/A

Standard Memory

4GB GDDR5

2GB GDDR5

2GB GDDR5

1GB GDDR5

Memory Speed

7 Gbps

7 Gbps

5.4 Gbps

5 Gbps

Memory Bus

128-bit

128-bit

128-bit

128-bit

Minimum PSU

300W

300W

300W

400W

~from TH 

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050ti-1050,32877.html

 

Image result for 1050ti palitImage result for 1050ti evga

 

 

So now RX 460 and RX 470 from AMD finally have a competition. The price is comparable too. I can't wait to upgrade my currently outdated GTX 760 that can not run games maxed out at 30fps +

 

Mark your calendars people, October 25 will be exciting well at least for me

 

Not too slow for casual 1080p. Well, no more builds with only RX 460 because we have Nvidia 1050 at similar price.

 

 

 

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I look at this as a GPU for getting an older system up to running newer games at low cost and forget getting VR

This might be good for my current project, but I do not want to wait

 

I will see what my current PSU has available 

 

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http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/geforce-gtx-1050?__prclt=8o0TKIiI

 

Starting at $109 dollars for the new 750ti replacement, and a killer budget gpu.

 

Coming October 25th from Asus, EVGA, Galax, Gigabyte, IGame, Inno3D, MSI, Palit and Zotac.

 

GPU Engine Specs:
10501050 Ti 
 
 
640768NVIDIA CUDA® Cores
 
 
13541290Base Clock (MHz)
 
 
14551392Boost Clock (MHz)
 
 
 
Memory Specs:
7 Gbps7 GbpsMemory Speed
 
 
2 GB GDDR54 GB GDDR5Standard Memory Config
 
 
128-bit128-bitMemory Interface Width
 
 
112112Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)
 
 
 
Technology Support:
YesYesSimultaneous Multi-Projection
 
 
NoNoVR Ready
 
 
YesYesNVIDIA Ansel
 
 
NoNoNVIDIA SLI® Ready
 
 
YesYesNVIDIA G-SYNC-Ready
 
 
3.03.0NVIDIA GPU Boost
 
 
12 API with feature level 12_112 API with feature level 12_1Microsoft DirectX
 
 
YesYesVulkan API
 
 
4.54.5OpenGL
 
 
PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0Bus Support
 
 
Windows 7-101, Linux, FreeBSDx86Windows 7-101, Linux, FreeBSDx86OS Certification
 
 
 
Display Support:
7680x4320@60Hz7680x4320@60HzMaximum Digital Resolution2
 
 
DP 1.43, HDMI 2.0b, Dual Link-DVIDP 1.43, HDMI 2.0b, Dual Link-DVIStandard Display Connectors
 
 
YesYesMulti Monitor
 
 
2.22.2HDCP
 
 
 
Graphics Card Dimensions:
4.38"4.38"Height
 
 
5.7"5.7"Length
 
 
2-Slot2-SlotWidth
 
 
 
Thermal and Power Specs:
9797Maximum GPU Temperature (in C)
 
 
75 W75 WGraphics Card Power (W)
 
 
300 W300 WRecommended System Power (W)
 
 
NoneNoneSupplementary Power Connectors
 
 
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I wonder how it compares to the 460 


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Ugh all the AIB cards look so trash except the EVGA one 


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Hot damn... 

1 minute ago, Clanscorpia said:

I wonder how it compares to the 460 

Willing to bet it's just slightly better, since Nvidia has to compensate for crowding out their own 750ti to still make a profit.


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*Geforce


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wrong thread


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