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Just now, dexxterlab97 said:

mods move the post anyway

I accidently posted it lol was going to post it in the news thread


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1 minute ago, dexxterlab97 said:

mods move the post anyway

Im dumb I didnt see it got moved xD 


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3 minutes ago, Clanscorpia said:

Im dumb I didnt see it got moved xD 

now just need for some real benchmarks to see before i grab one

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OK, despite it being an tiny tiny GPU, GP107 is one of the most interesting things Nvidia has done in a while. Why? Nvidia didn't go with TSMC 16nm and instead went for 14nm. Is this Nvidia telling everyone AMD has a better process? I have no clue.

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2 minutes ago, awesomeness10120 said:

OK, despite it being an tiny tiny GPU, GP107 is one of the most interesting things Nvidia has done in a while. Why? Nvidia didn't go with TSMC 16nm and instead went for 14nm. Is this Nvidia telling everyone AMD has a better process? I have no clue.

actually Nvidia claimed that TSMC was the best.

 

the supposed reason is that 16nm FinFet+ has a shortage and so Samsung was able to offer 14nm FinFET


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12 minutes ago, MrTiC said:

How much faster would this be than a GTX 760 4GB ? ( the 1050TI )

Didn't nvidia claim the 1050 was a 1.3x over the 750 Ti?  It was something like that... if so, then the answer is "not much".

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8 hours ago, Cela1 said:

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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.

 

40~60% improvement eh? well then TIME FOR NAPKIN MATH 

 

so the 750ti eh? lets look at the scores (those are links WOW!

time for maths

  • PM*40~60% = 5156~5892
  • FS*40~60% = 7840~8960

 

so it will compete w/ these according to passmark

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(wich is unsurprising to me , its a long living tradition of nvidia to make the 50 card surpass/be the same as the 60 card from last gen)

 

and according to Firestrike it will be this

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Schocker aint it? gotta love maths 

 

 

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Still not VR-ready though. As a 750 owner I really though that the 1050 Ti would be a great update (which I think it still is considering the price), but Facebook announced that a 960 or so would be able to run Oculus games, so how does the 1050 Ti stack up against that?

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2 hours ago, IAmAndre said:

Still not VR-ready though. As a 750 owner I really though that the 1050 Ti would be a great update (which I think it still is considering the price), but Facebook announced that a 960 or so would be able to run Oculus games, so how does the 1050 Ti stack up against that?

"Oculus games" aka the kind of games you'd see Facebook pop-ups for like Candy Crush or Farmville.

 

The Vive still demands an R9-290X/GTX970 or higher, so go with that. Get an RX480/GTX1060 6GB for VR "on a budget", or a 1070/1080 for higher performance (or wait for Vega if you like AMD more).


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1 minute ago, lots of unexplainable lag said:

"Oculus games" aka the kind of games you'd see Facebook pop-ups for like Candy Crush or Farmville.

 

The Vive still demands an R9-290X/GTX970 or higher, so go with that. Get an RX480/GTX1060 6GB for VR.

I'll add as well that the GTX 970 might have issues due to memory bandwidth (and a lack of an 8GB model), although in SLI the problems might not be as pronounced. I just wish that I would be able to dedicate 1 GTX 970 for 1 lens, and the other GTX 970 for the second (with the Intel HD4600 graphics being used for Windows itself)


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3 hours ago, IAmAndre said:

Still not VR-ready though. As a 750 owner I really though that the 1050 Ti would be a great update (which I think it still is considering the price), but Facebook announced that a 960 or so would be able to run Oculus games, so how does the 1050 Ti stack up against that?

The 1050 Ti is expected to be Oculus Rift-capable.

1 hour ago, lots of unexplainable lag said:

"Oculus games" aka the kind of games you'd see Facebook pop-ups for like Candy Crush or Farmville.

 

The Vive still demands an R9-290X/GTX970 or higher, so go with that. Get an RX480/GTX1060 6GB for VR "on a budget", or a 1070/1080 for higher performance (or wait for Vega if you like AMD more).

The usual fanboy nonsense. Oculus games are as graphically demanding as Vive games, if not more so. It's just that Oculus has superior software features (ATW and ASW) in their SDK, allowing for better performance on lower-end hardware.

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The cheaper 1050 is tempting to replace the ol' Fermi 460 in the HTPC...


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GTX 1050 = GTX 950 + 10% perf

GTX 1050 Ti = GTX 960 4GB + 10 perf

 

Last chance is to wait for drivers, Its possible that 1050's can get better. 


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