Tuesday, October 18th 2016

NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX 1050 and GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

NVIDIA today announced the GeForce GTX 1050 and GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, its two new mainstream graphics cards based on the new GP107 silicon, the smallest chip based on the "Pascal" architecture. The two are designed with sufficient power for MOBA games at HD and Full-HD resolutions, respectively. The GeForce GTX 1050 is priced at USD $109, while the GTX 1050 Ti goes for $139.

The GeForce GTX 1050 Ti features 768 CUDA cores spread across 6 streaming multiprocessors, 48 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and 4 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface. The core is clocked at 1290 MHz, with maximum GPU Boost frequency of 1392 MHz, and memory at 7.00 GHz, working out to 112 GB/s memory bandwidth. The GTX 1050 features 640 CUDA cores across 5 streaming multiprocessors, 40 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and 2 GB of GDDR5 memory across the 128-bit memory interface. This card is clocked slightly higher, with 1354 MHz core, 1455 MHz GPU Boost, and 7.00 GHz memory. The two cards will be available from 25th October, 2016.
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11 Comments on NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX 1050 and GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

#1
thekaidis
What an adorable little cooler, haha.
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Nokiron
thekaidis, post: 3540738, member: 148220"
What an adorable little cooler, haha.
I would actually like to see this. But alas, that picture is just for show :)

Nvidia will not do a reference/founders or similar.
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#3
thekaidis
Nokiron, post: 3540742, member: 103000"
I would actually like to see this. But alas, that picture is just for show :)

Nvidia will not do a reference/founders or similar.
Too bad. It looks better than all the 3rd-party cards so far.
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#4
Chaitanya
would like to see some 1080p tests, too bad nvidia gsync monitors are stupid expensive to take full advantage of these gpus.
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Raevenlord
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Chaitanya, post: 3540753, member: 93474"
would like to see some 1080p tests, too nvidia gsync monitors are stupid expensive to take full advantage of these gpus.
True. And especially with this kind of low-powered cards, technologies like G-Sync and Freesync are even more important. But with the prices of G-Sync monitors being as they are, anyone interested in pulling together a low-budget build with adaptive sync is essentially forced to go the AMD route.
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#6
Dammeron
And now we wait for GTX 1050M - then buy a laptop with it. :]
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#7
hojnikb
Does tpu have any card in review pipeline for 25.10 ?
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#9
Yukikaze
thevoiceofreason, post: 3540783, member: 150822"
For HTPC use only, how does the 1050 compare to RX460?
Wait for the reviews to be out and see. If I had to guess, it probably eats less power and is functionally identical for everything else.
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#10
Ubersonic
Nice little cards, wonder how well they would run as dedicated PhysX cards.
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Chaitanya
Raevenlord, post: 3540768, member: 166527"
True. And especially with this kind of low-powered cards, technologies like G-Sync and Freesync are even more important. But with the prices of G-Sync monitors being as they are, anyone interested in pulling together a low-budget build with adaptive sync is essentially forced to go the AMD route.
What even worse for nVidia users is the fact that G-Sync module is not needed for adaptive refresh rate(as seen in laptop implementation of G-Sync) and the restriction of DP only. I am wondering for how long nvidia will be able to leech money from users with uselessly expensive add-ons.
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