Friday, September 30th 2016

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 3DMark Performance Leaked

In the run-up to its mid-October launch, samples of the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti are falling into leaky taps. One such card made it to ChipHell, which posted its 3DMark 11 performance. Running on a machine with Core i7-6700K, the GTX 1050 Ti sample scored P10054 in the performance preset, and X3860 points in the extreme preset. A GeForce GTX 960 on the same machine scored around P10000 and X3300 points, respectively. This makes the card faster than the GTX 960, at a price-point of $149.

Based on the 16 nm "GP107" silicon, the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti features 768 CUDA cores, 48 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 4 GB of memory. The chip almost makes do with slot power, with its TDP being rated at 75W. The company is preparing an even cheaper SKU based on this chip, the GTX 1050, with 640 CUDA cores, 40 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, priced at $119.
Source: ChipHell
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45 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 3DMark Performance Leaked

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
I want to see me some 1040/1030's, with GDDR5.
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#2
alucasa
Worthy successor to 750ti.
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#3
silentbogo
Not bad at all. As soon as LP version hits the market - I'm buying one.
Already have a super-small slim case for it =)
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#4
Dj-ElectriC
Looks like a proper console-killer solution for budget systems
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Dj-ElectriC said:
Looks like a proper console-killer solution for budget systems
agreed, also i guess there will be millions of mini models that might fit small rigs...

Regards,
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#6
bug
Not that anyone was not expecting a card that can't handle modern games at 1920x1080 on max settings. GTX 960 performance for $149 is a bit too steep, imho. The 960 should have been $149 at launch, that level of performance should come for cheaper today.
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#7
the54thvoid
bug said:
Not that anyone was not expecting a card that can't handle modern games at 1920x1080 on max settings. GTX 960 performance for $149 is a bit too steep, imho. The 960 should have been $149 at launch, that level of performance should come for cheaper today.
I agree. The entry level card should be a hell of a lot cheaper. But hey - that's why consoles...
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#8
AlienIsGOD
it would have been nicer if perf. equaled a GTX 680 :P but 960 perf is alright :)
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#9
Captain_Tom
At $150 this is almost a good deal, but honestly anyone with a brain would pay $30 more for the 470 that is comparable to a 390 (Not a far weaker 960). Personally I think Nvidia would price this at $130 or $140 if they were serious about this market.

The 1050 (Non Ti) should really be about $100 too considering it is launching after the RX 460 and will likely be around the same performance.
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#10
TheDeeGee
silentbogo said:
Not bad at all. As soon as LP version hits the market - I'm buying one.
Already have a super-small slim case for it =)
In other words you will never get one.
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#11
silentbogo
TheDeeGee said:
In other words you will never get one.
Pretty sure this time it will happen. Used to own LP versions of both GTX750Ti and R7 240 - good performance for most mainstream games, and more than enough for productivity tasks.
Plus it's already 2+ years past the previous generation of low-profile cards, so OEMs like DELL and HP will have to replace their 750s and 240s with something.
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#12
aldo5
1080@30-60fps card for 150$ - it would be decent price/performance if it was 2012. (and even then 1080@60 was nothing to get excited about), but it is almost 2017 :/
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#13
aldo5
Frick said:
I want to see me some 1040/1030's, with GDDR5.
maybe take a look at iGPUs first
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#14
$ReaPeR$
this would be a good deal if it was at the 130$ mark. but in reality, i don't think this will go for less than 170-180$.
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#15
Dj-ElectriC
$ReaPeR$ said:
this would be a good deal if it was at the 130$ mark. but in reality, i don't think this will go for less than 170-180$.
GTX 1060 sells for its suggested price, i don't see why GTX 1050 Ti wouldn't.
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#16
xvi
The $150 mark isn't determined by performance alone. You're getting roughly GTX 960 performance for way less than GTX 960 power and throwing newer instruction sets on top of that.
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#17
$ReaPeR$
Dj-ElectriC said:
GTX 1060 sells for its suggested price, i don't see why GTX 1050 Ti wouldn't.
you know that not everyone lives in the US right? i said "in reality" for a reason.
here in Denmark the cheapest 1060 6G is 334.87$ (incl VAT). and the situation is pretty much the same all over Europe. we will actually be lucky if it costs around the 180$ mark. and if i want to order it from the US i have to take into account the shipping cost. so.. in reality i'm never going to see that price. sadly. same goes for AMD. and lets not go to the price goughing and the limited availability..
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#18
silentbogo
$ReaPeR$ said:
this would be a good deal if it was at the 130$ mark. but in reality, i don't think this will go for less than 170-180$.
Why?
750Ti had an initial MSRP of $149, and regular 750 was in the same ballpark as 1050 is projected to have soon. Actual market prices largely depend on manufacturer/cooling solution etc, so we can't really take into account "Ultimate RGB Twin Frozr Turbo Editions". Given that we already have a 3GB 1060s selling at $190+ (in line with 4GB RX470), it will be absurd to have a much less capable 1050Ti at $170-$180.

A good deal at $130? Wishful thinking.
Look at competition: the only slot powered solution from AMD is an RX460. A 4GB version starts at $139 and can only keep up with my non-overclocked GTX950(even in DX12 titles @1080p).
Unless AMD releases something in-between RX460 and 470, while still in 75W package limit, that's all there's gonna be.
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#19
alucasa
Well, Europe never gets fair price anyway. Canada doesn't, either, but it's not as bad as Europe.
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#20
$ReaPeR$
xvi said:
The $150 mark isn't determined by performance alone. You're getting roughly GTX 960 performance for way less than GTX 960 power and throwing newer instruction sets on top of that.
that's like being thankful for being able to breathe. it's the natural and logical flow of things. in my mind that's nothing to be excited over.especially when the margin of it being better than the 960 is that small.
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#21
$ReaPeR$
silentbogo said:
Why?
750Ti had an initial MSRP of $149, and regular 750 was in the same ballpark as 1050 is projected to have soon. Actual market prices largely depend on manufacturer/cooling solution etc, so we can't really take into account "Ultimate RGB Twin Frozr Turbo Editions". Given that we already have a 3GB 1060s selling at $190+ (in line with 4GB RX470), it will be absurd to have a much less capable 1050Ti at $170-$180.

A good deal at $130? Wishful thinking.
Look at competition: the only slot powered solution from AMD is an RX460. A 4GB version starts at $139 and can only keep up with my non-overclocked GTX950(even in DX12 titles @1080p).
Unless AMD releases something in-between RX460 and 470, while still in 75W package limit, that's all there's gonna be.
i answered above..

alucasa said:
Well, Europe never gets fair price anyway. Canada doesn't, either, but it's not as bad as Europe.
yeah, we're shit out of luck over here.
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#22
ASOT
Great for moba and small cases,anything else will struggle to play.

Good for low budget and mini pc.
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#23
silentbogo
$ReaPeR$ said:
i answered above..
Then even more so:
silentbogo said:
Wishful thinking.
According to komplett.dk RX460 sells for an equivalent of $180, which is what you should expect from 1050Ti.
Don't like it - write a complaint to European Trade Comission, or whoever is responsible.
My local retailers also sell RX460 for $170-$190, yet you don't see me mentioning it, or complaining about my country's pricing policies and unstable currency.
It simply does not matter on the relative scope (PC parts here will be more expensive, but relatively to each other - the same).
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#24
$ReaPeR$
silentbogo said:
Then even more so:


According to komplett.dk RX460 sells for an equivalent of $180, which is what you should expect from 1050Ti.
Don't like it - write a complaint to European Trade Comission, or whoever is responsible.
My local retailers also sell RX460 for $170-$190, yet you don't see me mentioning it, or complaining about my country's pricing policies and unstable currency.
It simply does not matter on the relative scope (PC parts here will be more expensive, but relatively to each other - the same).
did you read my comment? did you miss the part i say "same goes for AMD"? and the point here is exactly "relativity", why should i give a flying f@ck about the "MSRP" when i'm never ever going to see it in reality. the MSRP is only relevant for the US and the US is not the whole world the last time i checked. so, my point is, f@cking marketing. from both companies.
but yeah.. what can you do? its not like you could go on a forum and talk about it.. oh wait..
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#25
64K
@$ReaPeR$ The MSRP isn't always the price we pay in the USA either even when listed for that price on a site like Newegg or Amazon. For instance anything I buy from those two sites I get charged an additional 9.25% sales tax (rate varies from state to state). Some sites like Steam don't charge me any sales tax though. You guys pay, I think, a 20% VAT. After taking that into account and converting US dollars to Euros it does seem that some European countries are still being charged more than they should be though.
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