Today, we’ll be taking a look at the leaked Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050/ 1050 Ti Specifications based on the Pascal GP107 graphics core. The GPU features 768 CUDA cores, 32 ROPS and 48 TMUS, with 112 GB/s memory bandwidth. The GTX 1050 should be a direct replacement from the maxwell based GTX 950.
It’s likely that the GTX 950 will be considerably slower than the GTX 1050 card thanks to the improvements in the pascal architecture but certainly doesn’t mean that new pascal will be a competitor to the previous generation (from Nvidia or AMD’s) mid to high range cards.
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050/ 1050 Ti Specifications
It’s the latest entry in Nvidia GeForce line-up. From the name it implies, it will be on the lower end of even the Nvidia GTX 1060. So, what kind of performance should we expect? Well, this will be using the GP107 Core. And while the GTX 1060 has 1280 cores, this GPU has 768 cores. This is obviously quite a cut, combined with a lower clock speed. One can easily see how this is going to be a performance detriment.
Now, as for TMUs, we’re looking at 48. It has 32 Raster Operators which should be more than adequate for this card given the clock speed. Now, the base clock is at a low 1316 MHz which is around 200 MHz slower than the GTX 1060. But it does boost to about 1380 MHz as a guarantee.
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050/ 1050 Ti Specifications is expected to offer 768 GPU cores and 4GB of GDDR5 memory, offering the same number of GPU cores as their Maxwell powered GTX 950 but much higher GPU clock speeds. The GTX 1050 is now rumoured to have 640 CUDA cores and 2GB of VRAM.
There’s no confirmation on the pricing but we now know that the card will land around mid-October this year. Let us know what you think about the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050/ 1050 Ti Specifications so far.