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Why are the core speed and boost clock of 1050 higher than the 1050 Ti one?

IllogicalGlory

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The paper boost clocks don't really matter. With GPU boost, you have no way of knowing what the clocks will actually be. I'm guessing they'd be a lot closer than the paper clocks would suggest.

It becomes even more uncertain when you factor in all the different partner versions of cards. My guess is that any 1050/Ti that you'd actually buy will have boost clocks around 1700-1750MHz.
 

Madpacket

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My ITX based EVGA 1050 Ti boosts up to the low 1800's. But I get better speed by overclocking the RAM.
 

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