Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Performance Leaked

/ 3 years ago

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Last week, we got our first word of what GP107 would look like. According to the information leaked, there would be not one but two GP107 based GeForce cards. The GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 would feature the full and cut-down die variants of the GP107. Today, a new leak is shedding more light on what the GTX 1050 Ti will be like. According to the leaked GPUZ screenshot, the card will feature 768 CUDA cores as expected.


Along with the core count, we getting the whole host of usual GPUZ data. For the core clock, the base speed runs at 1291 MHz while the boost reaches all the way up to 1392 Mhz. Thes may not be representative of all GTX 1050 Ti’s as this may be a custom or factory overclocked model from Colorful. The 4GB of GDDR5 runs over a 128bit bus as expected. The ROP count appears correct but the number of TMUs appears too high as it should be 48.


In addition to the GPU-Z, we’re also getting our first glimpse of performance through 3DMark 11. In the performance preset, it managed 10,054 points and for extreme, 3,867 points. This puts the right around the GTX 960 which isn’t surprising given the clock speed boost Pascal has. Luckily, we’ll know very soon as the card is expected to launch next month.

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