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Geforce GTX 1050 / 1050 Ti Thread

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Sweepr

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- New GP107 GPU
Successor to GM107 (GTX 750/750 Ti)
- 128-bit GDDR5 / 2GB or 4GB
- Replaces the GTX 950, price on the same level
- Agressive pricing
- Shipments late September, launch mid-October


More here: www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/22509-nvidia-lanserar-geforce-gtx-1050-i-oktober


September 4th Update: Specs Out

https://benchlife.info/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050-4gb-gp107-400-09042016/

60% the number of CUDA cores of GP106.


September 25th Update: Two cards, previously leaked 1050 is actually 1050 Ti

Full Geforce GTX 1050 / 1050 Ti specs, courtesy of BenchLife:



1050 Ti (GP107-400) = 2.12 Tflops
1050 (GP107-300) = 1.86 Tflops

1050 = cut down GP107 with 2GB RAM, late October launch, $119
1050 Ti = full GP107 with 4GB RAM, mid October launch, $149

http://www.hwbattle.com/bbs/board.php?bo_table=news&wr_id=50728


October 1st Update: First Benchmarks and Board/Die Pictures (GTX 1050 Ti)

Colorful Geforce GTX 1050 Ti:







It's basically at stock (only 9 MHz above BenchLife's leaked turbo clock). Looks very promising.

Here's older cards in comparison:

http://www.guru3d.com/index.php?ct=articles&action=file&id=23578&admin=0a8fcaad6b03da6a6895d1ada2e171002a287bc1

http://www.guru3d.com/index.php?ct=articles&action=file&id=23579&admin=0a8fcaad6b03da6a6895d1ada2e171002a287bc1

$149 XFX RX 460 Double Dissipation - 8597 pts


GP107 Die + 1050 Ti 4GB Board








October 9th Update: Geforce GTX 1050 Ti (Reference) - Ahead of GTX 960 in New Benchmarks

New round of Geforce GTX 1050 Ti leaks:

- Reference card is ~21 cm and doesn't require an extra 6-pin power connector
- Custom cards will include 6-pin
- Specifications: GP107-400, 768 SPs, 64 TMUs, 32 ROPs, base frequency 1354 MHz, turbo frequency 1468 MHz, 128-bit 4 GB GDDR5
- Frequencies range from 1354 MHz all the way to 1797 MHz
- Launch between October 18-25th

Die


BIOS


GPU-Z


Geforce GTX 1050 Ti (Reference) - Back


Clocks


And the most interesting part, benchmarks.

- 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra (4K)


Scores from existing cards


- 3DMark Time Spy


Leaker didn't mention if Async is On or Off, but here's scores from existing cards with Async On
 
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daxzy

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Pricing is definitely a concern. The GTX 950 launched @ $160, slightly more for the 4GB version.

I'm still waiting for RX-460 4GB prices to come down.
 

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If it's pinless this will go in our media PC for sure.
I think it's pretty much guaranteed to be pinless, although there might be AIB versions with a 6 pin to allow a higher power/performance limit.

Last rumors I heard put this for December, guess the RX 460 launch has brought it forward?
 

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The more than likely specs: 5 SM's (half of GP106), with 32 ROPs (1/3 less than GP106), no PCIe connector.

Since the bus width isn't cut in half and GP106 already has a higher bandwidth / throughput ratio than GP104, the vram will likely run somewhere between 6 and 7ghz (slower than the 8ghz GP106 has). At 6ghz, it'll be exactly half the bandwidth of GP106, so I'm speculating / guessing it'll be 6-6.6ghz to save a small amount inTDP, and putting that savings towards clocking the chip higher. In the end, I think it'll end up between 55-60% the speed of GTX 1060, making it about 5-10% faster than the GTX 960, and 20-25% faster than RX 460. I'm going with $159 for the 4gb version, and $129 for the 2gb version.
 

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I'm hope it's closer to the 460 than 470 in terms of price,
this card is probably going to be a winner, considering the power efficiency of all the Pascal cards
 

jpiniero

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That would kind of suck if it did only have 640 cores. The 950 has 768, even if it is a 06 card.
 

SPBHM

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That would kind of suck if it did only have 640 cores. The 950 has 768, even if it is a 06 card.
I suppose, but with a Pascal clock it would easily beat the 950, while using a lot less power.
but looking at the rest of the line, 1060, 1070 and 1080 all had more SPs than the last gen + high clocks, but at the same time the 750 was not replaced and continued to be sold during the Maxwell 2 days, so if this 1050 is aiming more at replacing the 750 than the 950, it could have the same or less.
 

Blue_Max

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Hey, I'm just hoping they make a low-profile version right out of the gates. Heck, they'd be smart to engineer it as such and ship with standard + LP brackets in the box like so many cards already do.
(Ex: GT-740)
 
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Can anybody speculate as to how this may translate to a laptop part?

Since it's probably unlikely we'll get the 1060 in ultrabooks (I'm guessing 14"+ like the razor blade), then this 1050 could be a discrete gpu in a 12~13 slim ultrabook, which is very attractive for light gaming on the go. At half the performance of a 1060, you're still looking at viable gaming on medium details at 1080p.

Great for when you're in that hotel for a few day and want to play something, but didn't want to take your thick and heavy 15-incher.
 

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The more than likely specs: 5 SM's (half of GP106), with 32 ROPs (1/3 less than GP106), no PCIe connector.

Since the bus width isn't cut in half and GP106 already has a higher bandwidth / throughput ratio than GP104, the vram will likely run somewhere between 6 and 7ghz (slower than the 8ghz GP106 has). At 6ghz, it'll be exactly half the bandwidth of GP106, so I'm speculating / guessing it'll be 6-6.6ghz to save a small amount inTDP, and putting that savings towards clocking the chip higher. In the end, I think it'll end up between 55-60% the speed of GTX 1060, making it about 5-10% faster than the GTX 960, and 20-25% faster than RX 460. I'm going with $159 for the 4gb version, and $129 for the 2gb version.
That's some great prediction ,i agree with you.Nvidia could market it as "Faster than GTX 960" and sell a crap ton of these cards.
The only part where you're way off the mark is the price prediction. Let's be more realistic.Am going with $150-160 for 2GB and $170-180 for 4GB.
 

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The most important thing is that Pascal GPUs have Feature Set H hardware decoder which supports 8K HEVC Main10/Main12(not sure if Main12 is working, need a future driver release probably or need a newer DXVA Checker that supports Main12 querying properly) hardware decoding & VP9 hardware decoding, GP107 will replace GM107 as the HTPC card of choice for many people because it doesn't need external PCIe power connector, making upgrades easy.

 
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That's some great prediction ,i agree with you.Nvidia could market it as "Faster than GTX 960" and sell a crap ton of these cards.
The only part where you're way off the mark is the price prediction. Let's be more realistic.Am going with $150-160 for 2GB and $170-180 for 4GB.
That's close to where I'd say it'll fall, provided there's no 1050Ti :cool:
 

dark zero

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Still.... The 460 is unmatched due prices.
They must prepare the OC passive GT1040 if they want to compete.
 

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That's some great prediction ,i agree with you.Nvidia could market it as "Faster than GTX 960" and sell a crap ton of these cards.
The only part where you're way off the mark is the price prediction. Let's be more realistic.Am going with $150-160 for 2GB and $170-180 for 4GB.
They won't price it $20-30 less than the GTX 1050 3gb for 40% less performance. $160 is 20% cheaper and $20 more than the RX 460. That is what I think it'll be priced at.
 

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is this the part that's going to replace the 750 ert, "960m" in mainstream "gaming" laptops?
 
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dark zero

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is this the part that's going to replace the 750 ert, "960m" in mainstream "gaming" laptops?
Nope.. is replacing 950. We need to wait if nVIDIA launchs a GT 1040 in order to see a competitor against the comparable opponent. And also the 1040 could replace the GTX 750Ti
 

mohit9206

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This will most definitely be my next card,the 4GB model ofcourse.Faster than RX460 and only a little more expensive.
 
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