NVIDIA to launch GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti?

Published: Sep 24th 2016, 10:14 GMT

Yesterday fresh rumors regarding GeForce GTX 1050 surfaced at HWBattle. According to them, NVIDIA is, in fact, planning two cards based on Pascal GP107 chip.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050

Pascal GP107 GPU would come with at least 768 CUDA Cores. It is said that the non-Ti variant would receive a cut-down version of this processor and 2GB memory, whereas the GTX 1050 Ti would get full chip and 4GB of memory. So earlier rumors were technically about the Ti variant, and we are yet to confirm the configuration of cut-down version.

According to the site, which in my opinion has a good record in such leaks, both cards would launch next month, but GTX 1050 Ti would appear first (mid-October), and non-Ti end of the month.

Update: Benchlife posted new clock speeds for both models. It appears that GTX 1050 Ti clock speed 1290/1382 MHz, while GTX 1050 has a base clock of 1354 MHz and boost clock of 1455 MHz. Both cards would share 128-bit memory interface and TDP of 75W.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Series Specifications (Unconfirmed)
GTX 1060 6GBGTX 1060 3GBGTX 1050 TiGTX 1050GTX 950
CUDA Cores12801152768640768
Base Clock1506 MHz1506 MHz1290 MHz1354 MHz1024 MHz
Boost Clock1709 MHz1709 MHz1382 MHz1455 MHz1188 MHz
Memory Clock2002 MHz2002 MHz1752 MHz?1653 MHz
Eff. Mem. Clock8008 MHz8008 MHz7008 MHz?6612 MHz
Memory Bus192-bit192-bit128-bit128-bit128-bit
Launch DateJuly 2016August 2016Mid-Oct. 2016Late Oct. 2016August 2015

Source: HardwareBattle via WCCFTech

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