Thursday, May 11th 2017

Inno3D Intros GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Single-slot Graphics Card

Inno3D rolled out a single-slot GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card (model: N105T2-1SDV-M5CM). The card combines NVIDIA reference PCB for the GTX 1050 Ti, with a single slot cooling solution. This cooler consists of a lateral-blower which pushes air through a dense aluminium channel heatsink, with copper base-plate over the GPU. The card relies on the PCI-Express slot for all its power.

Based on the 16 nm GP107 silicon, the GTX 1050 Ti features 768 CUDA cores, 48 TMUs, 32 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. The Inno3D GTX 1050 Ti single-slot card sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 1291 MHz core, 1392 MHz GPU Boost, and 7.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory. Display outputs include one each of DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b, and dual-link DVI. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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32 Comments on Inno3D Intros GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Single-slot Graphics Card

#1
alucasa
For the love of God, bring'em to NA.

P.S. Not a big ... fan of that red transparent plastic air flower(?) though...
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#2
Durvelle27
It definitely has that "cheap china look"

:roll:

What's this thing good for, minesweeper
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#3
lZKoce
I need to see one disassembled. I can't quiet get what some of the solutions here are for. But hey, single slot card...yey ;)
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#4
EntropyZ
Cute little card, looks fugly though.
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#5
Melvis
But can it do SLi?
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#6
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Melvis
But can it do SLi?
Lmao, nothing under 1070 can
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#7
Camm
Perfect looking little card, although that colour scheme looks cheap.
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#8
Caring1
It looks good, pity they built it backwards, the metal shroud should be black plastic, and the plastic fins out the back should be copper.
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#9
enya64
Durvelle27
It definitely has that "cheap china look"

:roll:

What's this thing good for, minesweeper
I put the zotac 1050ti in a Dell Inspiron 3650 (mini desktop with a 240w power supply and no gpu power connectors) and can get every game on 1080/60 ultra/high settings on most games including Crysis 3, Shadow of Mordor, Fallout 4, Mortal Kombat XL, etc. It is a great $150 to spend for a full 1080p rig that only has the option to power the gpu via pci slot or will fit in any system. The 1080ti in the living room computer though is for the 4K rig...
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#10
silentbogo
Excellent. The only thing that bothers me is that "overhanging" fan.
Durvelle27
What's this thing good for, minesweeper
More like my entire Steam library in 1080p ultra or 1440p High/Med.
Melvis
But can it do SLi?
I guess it's a tick-tock with NVidia :roll:
GTX650Ti Boost - SLI
GTX750Ti - no SLI
GTX950 - SLI
GTX1050Ti - no SLI

...U Haz to wait for 2050Ti (unless NV finally gives up on this idea).
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#11
LDNL
silentbogo
Excellent. The only thing that bothers me is that "overhanging" fan.

More like my entire Steam library in 1080p ultra or 1440p High/Med.

I guess it's a tick-tock with NVidia :roll:
GTX650Ti Boost - SLI
GTX750Ti - no SLI
GTX950 - SLI
GTX1050Ti - no SLI

...U Haz to wait for 2050Ti (unless NV finally gives up on this idea).
Nvidia doesn't like it when people buy 2 affordable cards and get better performance than their than their thousand dollar top sh*t tier card(s). When the GTX 285 was the top card, it cost less than 300$. The greed over there is getting unreal.
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#12
I No
LDNL
Nvidia doesn't like it when people buy 2 affordable cards and get better performance than their than their thousand dollar top sh*t tier card(s). When the GTX 285 was the top card, it cost less than 300$. The greed over there is getting unreal.
Why on God's green Earth would you get 2 x 1050Ti's in lieu of a 1060/580? And let's be fair here SLI/Xfire are a bit dead in the water since nobody is willing to code for them. Then I ask what's the point of having 2x 1050Ti's just to have one sitting on idle 90% of the time? Furthermore the segment this thing targets doesn't even bother with mGPU configs. Just my 2 cents
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#13
owen10578
Caring1
It looks good, pity they built it backwards, the metal shroud should be black plastic, and the plastic fins out the back should be copper.
I don't think you understand how coolers work. The metal shroud has fins underneath it and it gets air from the fan that has a plastic shroud directing the air to it those "fins" are just decorative piaces.
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Caring1
owen10578
I don't think
Corrected it for you :kookoo:
Don't presume to think you know what others understand, or don't understand.
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#15
silentbogo
owen10578
I don't think you understand how coolers work. The metal shroud has fins underneath it and it gets air from the fan that has a plastic shroud directing the air to it those "fins" are just decorative piaces.
The point is not how it works, but how it looks. What @Caring1 probably meant, is why there is a transparent red piece of plastic, if a simple black metal plate would've looked much better (just like on old Palit GTX650/750/950).
I mean like this:

or this
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#16
P4-630
But..but...It does Crysis 3!!!.....Not sure how many fps though...
It's still a 1050Ti.
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#17
owen10578
silentbogo
The point is not how it works, but how it looks. What @Caring1 probably meant, is why there is a transparent red piece of plastic, if a simple black metal plate would've looked much better (just like on old Palit GTX650/750/950).
I mean like this:
or this
He thought the red plastic piece helps heat dissipation or something is what I understand from him saying it should be copper. And making the metal shroud plastic like he said would make heat dissipation even worse since that's the heatsink part.

Also I've seen many stupid posts from him so I was pretty sure that's what he meant. I mean look at his reply I won't even bother replying to that.
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#18
jabbadap
Uhm what is the purpose of that fan?! It's not radial so it's mostly blow air every where else but heatsink fins.
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#19
Duality92
Air goes where you push it. It's pushing it down, thus into the bezel and into the heatsink.

Somewhat like the GTX 690.

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#20
jabbadap
Duality92
Air goes where you push it. It's pushing it down, thus into the bezel and into the heatsink.

Somewhat like the GTX 690.


In that card I understand using axial fan, it is in the middle and it spreads air flow to both gpus. But yeah it seems that it has that plastic red shroud to push air to the heatsink.
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#21
Caring1
owen10578
He thought the red plastic piece helps heat dissipation or something is what I understand from him saying it should be copper. And making the metal shroud plastic like he said would make heat dissipation even worse since that's the heatsink part.

Also I've seen many stupid posts from him so I was pretty sure that's what he meant. I mean look at his reply I won't even bother replying to that.
It seems I have showed your lack of intelligence up and you have spat the dummy now and resorted to attempting to belittle me in your childish manner.
If you think my posts are stupid, perhaps the issue is you lack the intelligence to comprehend them!
As I stated previously, the shroud has no need to be metal, plastic will do, like most smaller GPU's.
The extension at the rear could be copper fins, attached to the heat sink and aid cooling via the fan. Is that so hard to understand with your tiny brain @owen10578 ?
Sorry if I can't dumb it down enough for you :rolleyes:
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#22
Duality92
Honestly, I'd rather use a passive card like the 1050 Ti KalmX.

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#23
owen10578
Duality92
Honestly, I'd rather use a passive card like the 1050 Ti KalmX.


Its dual slot though different market segments. Anyways that card throttles unless you have some sort of airflow in your case around the card.

jabbadap
In that card I understand using axial fan, it is in the middle and it spreads air flow to both gpus. But yeah it seems that it has that plastic red shroud to push air to the heatsink.
Yea a radial blower fan would probably work better. But those axial fans with shrouds are also used in a lot of GPUs already so I guess it works.
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#24
Duality92
I'll see soon enough, I got my sample for review Tuesday xD
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#25
owen10578
Duality92
I'll see soon enough, I got my sample for review Tuesday xD
Nice. Try to stick a 120mm fan on the heatsink see how it performs lol :D
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