Report: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Based on Pascal GP107

Subject: Graphics Cards | October 2, 2016 - 12:12 PM |
Tagged: rumor, report, pascal, nvidia, GTX 1050 Ti, graphics card, gpu, GP107, geforce

A report published by VideoCardz.com (via Baidu) contains pictures of an alleged NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card, which is apparently based on a new Pascal GP107 GPU.

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The card shown is also equipped with 4GB of GDDR5 memory, and contains a 6-pin power connector - though such a power requirement might be specific to this particular version of the upcoming GPU.

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Specifications for the GTX 1050 Ti were previously reported by VideoCardz, with a reported GPU-Z screenshot. The card will apparently feature 768 CUDA cores and a 128-bit memory bus, with clock speeds (for this particular sample) of 1291 MHz base, 1392 MHz boost (with some room to overclock, from this screenshot).

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An official announcement for the new GPU has not been made by NVIDIA, though if these PCB photos are real it probably won't be far off.

Source: VideoCardz

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October 2, 2016 | 01:03 PM - Posted by Larry White (not verified)

This card will coplete with the RX 460 lets wait to see how much it costs

October 2, 2016 | 01:09 PM - Posted by quest4glory

That PCB looks like a huge waste of space.

October 2, 2016 | 01:21 PM - Posted by Nimrod (not verified)

Yeah, little bit. They already could make 'mini' cards with the 1060 so this card could be shrunk down further probably.

October 2, 2016 | 05:46 PM - Posted by H37 (not verified)

Gotta leave something for the AIB's to keep them interested in manufacturing something this low tier...

October 3, 2016 | 02:42 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

more like capitalizing on the same thing they could produce for cheaper but sell for more, because they like ripping people off.

October 2, 2016 | 08:01 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Let's get excited over low end GPU

October 3, 2016 | 12:26 AM - Posted by Shadowarez

Would be good in htpc merely for display purposes. I thought the 750ti was alot smaller then this thing and didn't need extra power. Plus I'm not dropping $159 for the old 750Ti if this will be cheaper it's be nice.

October 4, 2016 | 08:04 AM - Posted by jabbadap (not verified)

Lot's of custom gtx750tis had a 6-pin connector too and the card in picture looks like a colorful custom pcb card. If some one actually reads china one can translate the exact name on that M/N part.

I would expect reference card to be with no 6-pin connector and even more simpler and shorter pcb design... but not low profile(zotac and/or galax/kfa² will most probably do low profile versions).

But for display purposes gtx1050 will do just fine, if rumored $119 mrsp is real.

October 3, 2016 | 12:28 PM - Posted by Anonymous Nvidia User (not verified)

The card might be real but I think they may have fabricated the tag. The two fives aren't the same. The 50 by ti looks like it was Photoshopped over another Pascal tag. His thumb is conveniently over the barcode obscuring it.

October 3, 2016 | 04:37 PM - Posted by Lance Ripplinger (not verified)

This card if it will exist, should be offered up as a replacement for the 750Ti, and therefore shouldn't need external power. But that is just my opinion. Only time will tell if this card even becomes a thing.

October 5, 2016 | 03:57 AM - Posted by Shadowarez

Yeah I need to retire my old 430 Nvidia card it's time to get something with better features. Least till HBM 2 Volta Titan comes out then it will get my Current Titan X.

October 5, 2016 | 03:57 AM - Posted by Shadowarez

Yeah I need to retire my old 430 Nvidia card it's time to get something with better features. Least till HBM 2 Volta Titan comes out then it will get my Current Titan X.

November 20, 2016 | 02:47 AM - Posted by Nyako (not verified)

more like capitalizing on the same thing they could produce for cheaper but sell for more, because they like ripping people off.192.168.l.l 192.168.l.l 192.168.l.l 192.168.l.l

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