Nvidia introduces the Pascal based GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti

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It has been a while since Nvidia released a new graphics card and today the company is continuing it's Pascal rollout with the new GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti. Both cards are powered by Nvidia's Pascal based GP107 core and Nvidia is markting these two new cards as graphics cards that will suit everyone.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Key Specifications

— GP107
— 640 CUDA cores
— 1354MHz Core clock (1455MHz boost)
— 40 Texture Units
— 32 ROPs
— 2GB GDDR5 memory @ 7GHz
— 128-bit memory bus
— 75W TDP

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Key Specifications

— GP107
— 768 CUDA cores
— 1290MHz Core clock (1392MHz boost)
— 48 Texture Units
— 32 ROPs
— 4GB GDDR5 memory @ 7GHz
— 128-bit memory bus
— 75W TDP

Nvidia claims that their new GTX 1050 card performs better than the competition all while consuming less power. What this means is that the GTX 1050 does not require any auxiliary power connector, the power from the PCI-e slot is sufficient. In addition to that, the card is designed to support mutli-monitor 4K but Nvidia says the 1050 will perform best in 1080P.

The GTX 1050 Ti will go on sale on October 25 for US$ 139 (~MYR 580) while the GTX 1050 will only be available after November 8 US$ 109 (~MYR 450).


ORIGINAL SOURCE: NVIDIA

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