NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with GP107 GPU pictured

Published: Oct 2nd 2016, 11:59 GMT

First pictures of yet unannounced GTX 1050 Ti have appeared online.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti confirmed to feature GP107 GPU

So two things were confirmed by this leak, the codename of GTX 1050 Ti and the existence of Pascal GP107 graphics processor.

Leaked photos showcase the full PCB of one of the Chinese branded GTX 1050 Ti. The PCB is equipped with a single 6-pin power connector, although this is optional and was added just to increase overclocking headroom. Meanwhile, the power is distributed across 3+1 phases as seen in the photo. The GPU is slightly smaller than GP106. I think there’s just enough room to fit 6 GPCs (Graphics Processing Clusters), so just like it was suggested by earlier leaks.

The sticker placed on the other side of the PCB confirmed that GTX 1050 Ti indeed features 4GB GDDR5 memory. The launch of GTX 1050 Ti should take place in about two weeks, so we expect to learn more about this new family of GTX products in the coming days.





Source: Baidu

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