First GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Benchmarks Leak Online

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Somewhere in the Asia region somebody has a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti in his or her PC, and a working driver as well as it seems as some performance numbers have revealed itself on the web....

    First GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Benchmarks Leak Online
     
  2. Xionor

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    That's pretty impressive.
    It's almost as fast as a 290 which has an average power consumption of 250 Watt according to the Guru3D tests from a while ago.

    It's basically delivering same performance with 3 times less power. Pretty neat.
     
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    So how 1050 Ti was created? Everyone know, that to cut production cost of failures, they sell the same graphic core with locked block where is failure... You can just look for transistor count - 1070 is failed version of 1080, 1080 Ti is failed version of Titan, 1060 3GB is failed version of 1060 6GB, but 1050 Ti? It looks like unlocked version of 1050.... or 1050 if failed version of 1060? Then 1050 Ti is less failure of failure?
     
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    Seems Nvidia is overshooting their target here... When it was new, the 750 Ti was one of the best GPUs ever made in terms of performance-per-watt. The way I see it, the 1050 Ti should be attempting to replace it as an energy efficient yet capable GPU, but it consumes an extra 15W of power. Sure, it's pretty efficient compared to the 1060, but Pascal isn't some minor bump up from Maxwell. They could have kept most of the specs exactly the same as the 750 Ti and it still would have been a much better GPU.
     

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    Yes, that is how CPU/GPU/Memory production has worked for the past decade or more... What is your point?
     
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    My point is that failures of failures still are overpriced... And they marketing it like a new graphic card as they intend create it, but it was created from failure... and they named it "Ti", for me Ti always was exclusive product, not failure of failure...
     
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    the only failure I see here is the way you think... "Ti is for exclusive products" jesus christ :bang:

    There have been "Ti"s at least since the 5xx series (560ti), nothing exclusive there.
     
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    Didnt know that, in my country always we had ti version only of strongest version (is not Ti stand for Titanium?)

    OK. From today "Ti" will stand for "Terrible Incomplete" for me
     
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    Ti does stand for Titanium, but as far as I'm aware, the "Ti" naming is just a marketing gimmick. It's basically Nvidia's way of releasing more products throughout the year(s) between generations. The 1050 Ti is effectively just a "1055", but Ti sounds like it's more of an upgrade or exclusive. I'm not entirely sure if this affects price point or not; I haven't really looked into it. I'm sure it does though, considering the Titan GPUs are some of the worst-valued PC products available.
     
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    If it can't beat the GTX 970 then it is a steaming pile of dog turd. End of.
     

  11. Loophole35

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    You make no logical sense with this statement. You want a $150 card to beat last years $400 card and if it doesn't it sucks.

    All it has to best in the 960 which it looks like it does.
     
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    Shhh don't feed the trolls...
     
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    Well 3D Mark 11 is kinda useless to compare performance, I mean the 780TI shows great score and all, but in latest games struggle to beat the 380X which has a much worse score.

    I will rather wait for proper review from GURU3D and other sites...
     
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    You'll want to compare it with the same arch. to get the right idea how it stacks. And compared with GTX 1060 it seems to be a huge downgrade performance wise.

    Nvidia has been undercutting mid-low range for quite some time. 1060 seems to be a bit of an exception. And likewise 750/ti had been great at what they offered at the time.The rest of it.. mediocre at best
     
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    No I don't want to compare it with the same arch. I'm looking at it as an independent piece of technology.
    I'm comparing and being impressed by how much performance-per-watt has increased since the 290 generation. Learn to appreciate the small things in life.
     

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    So this is getting only five hundred more points than an overclocked 950 in 3dmark?. Wow, and people will defend this somehow.
     
  17. Hilbert Hagedoorn

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    Over 960, not 950 brother.
     
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    But 950 around 1500mhz is a bit faster than reference 960.
     
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    The clocks on this card are very conservative for a Pascal.
     
  20. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    You need to compare reference with reference and tweaked with tweaked. If you feel you should quantify a 950 with 1500 MHz tweak you should also take a 1050 Ti at 2 GHz in mind.
     

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