First GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Benchmarks Leak Online

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  1. Monchis

    Monchis Maha Guru

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    Exactly, these new budget cards are so lame compared to almost anything from the 660 and before that can´t even handle old games at full settings and 3 year old console resolutions. These days Nvidia seems to be making cards as gimped as they can and you´ll see people defending these parts, but that´s just because they don´t game with them.
     
  2. Denial

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    I gamed with a 750Ti for about four months while my 690 was dead. I had no issues. That 750Ti is now in a friends computer, she plays Overwatch/WoW/CS:GO/Warframe and a few other games at 1080p all at 60+ frames and mostly the highest settings.

    Witcher 3 is a year old and my GTX1080 sometimes drops to ~45fps at the highest settings on QHD. I don't know why you'd expect a card a quarter of the price to play it at 60fps at 1080p. If the 1050Ti was as good as you want it to be, no one would even buy a 1070 or a 1080.

    I don't see the issue. If you want a better card, pay $50 more and get an RX480/1060.
     
  3. tsunami231

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    I not saying that as I had a 450gts ( was rma for my evga 9800gt that died) for 1 year before I got a 660gts.

    while it had better frames rates for most stuff compared to the 9800gt it was horrible framerates compared to the 9800gt when I started added AA and other things that need bandwidth. This is why I think 128bit bus and lower gpu need to go way of dodo bird.

    Nividia isnt gimping cards either. I also dont buy Nvidia reduces performance of there older cards in new drivers cause all my game play exactly like they do the day i got the card, if not lil better.

    xx50=entry/budget card
    xx60=mid car
    xx70= mid to high range card
    xx80= high card
    titans= nvidia know people crazy and will buy a 1200$ card that will be beaten by a 400$ in less then year

    All the card in those range have to do is beat last gen which exactly what they do and by bigger margins then what we get from intel gen to gen. People thinking a XX50 should bet xx60/70 from last gen are just asking to much of budget card.
     
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  4. chronek

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    If xx50 not perform better than last gen xx50 then what is the point to buy new more expensive card? Better buy old card... But marketing will tell new one is better because new or "Ti" is more cool
     

  5. Monchis

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    They are crippling video card segments, period.

    470<480 20%
    570<580 20%
    670<680 10%
    770<780ti 35%
    970<980ti 50%
    gtx1070<1080ti: 65%

    Well you wouldn´t see those frame dips in the witcher 3 if nvidia didn´t start selling mid-ranges as high end.
     
  6. Ryrynz

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    Err, It's a GP107, it's an entirely new die. 1050 is gimped 1050Ti.. 1060 3GB is gimped 6GB and that's where it ends.

    Considering I sold my 750Ti for almost what I bought my 960 for.. I'm hoping I can upgrade to a 1050Ti and sell my 960 for almost the same.
     
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    Still after a year new games to run on middle settings needs at least 1080 card (for ultra settings SLI 1080 Ti sometimes is not enough) then if you compare a cost for running new game a year ago and now and more if you look at 1050 Ti then this is a failure of failure
     
  8. Cryio

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    That' 3DMark is a nice try in trying to make the 1050 Ti a faster card than it will really be.

    But seriously, 1060 faster than Fury?
    780 faster than 290 and close to a 290X? Ahahaa, the 780 is mostly as fast as 280X nowadays.
     
  9. Stormyandcold

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    LMAO. I've seen you defending your PC quite a few times, nevermind this new card. What you're accusing others of doing...you do exactly the same with your current setup. "shrug".
     
  10. Irenicus

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    I don't think any of this matters anyway. It's a 2gb card. Who wants to buy a 2gb card nowadays?

    I have a 4gb 960 which I'm fairly happy with considering what I payed for it. Next upgrade will be a x70 depending on finances. I wouldn't even consider a 2gb card as games are so demanding now, it's going to be very hard to run any new game on a 2gb card without lowering textures.
     

  11. Monchis

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    Are you the same guy from that mortal kombat thread that said that my processor shouldn´t be able to handle that game?.
     
  12. Stormyandcold

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    No, I'm from the Doom thread.

    You've got your head screwed-on. These "50" series cards are 100% budget orientated cards. I consider them (expectation-wise) to give a console-quality experience. Anyone who needs more or is a more serious gamer should look at 60/70/80 series (and only 60 series if sticking to 1080p).

    Seriously guys, you get what you paid for.
     
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  13. Monchis

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    Again, it´s obvious you have not been gaming with such cards.

    And I think you are the guy from the deus ex thread, yeah defending my pc lol:

    http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5332929&postcount=851
     
  14. Stormyandcold

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    You will defend your position ofcourse, but, you're just as willing to blast the GTX1050 which is the same target market as your own GTX950.

    Also, I don't need to game with one to know the score. A simple youtube search will tell anyone what to expect within 10mins. For more "fair" comparisons look for reviews and benchmarks where settings are the same so you can compare to other cards.

    These cards will give a console-like experience in terms of performance with latest games. That's 30fps@1080p. Anymore extra performance should be seen as a bonus and PC benefit. If you want more than 30fps, then, either turn gfx settings lower/off or play older games.

    If you want a comfortable 60fps@1080p with bells and whistles, then, a GTX1060 would be the lowest viable card right now.

    Finally, also bare in-mind most benchmarks are done with the latest cpu's. The cpu is just as important to get the best out of these cards.

    p.s. Doom is a 60fps@1080p game on consoles (with dynamic resolution to sustain 60fps). So, yeah, your GTX950 is console-experience.
     
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  15. tsunami231

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    it is better if you expect it to be leaps and bounds better your crazy that dont happen on budget cards and leaked benchs show that 1000points better in 3dmark if you where to calculate difference from 50 ti and 50, the xx50 would still be faster then last gen cause the xx50 is actual fast mhz wise then the 950 the ti might be slower mhz wise but has 4gb and more shader, TMU's, ROP's then the xx50

    The 1050 is faster then the 950 even with less shader, TMU's, ROP's. Less dont me slower especial if the clock speeds are faster then last gen.

    Nvidia is not stupid enough to release new gen card slower then the card it is replacing. and they have never dont so either.
     
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  16. Monchis

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    In Doom the gtx950 can´t even match console because the only way to get rid of the intermittent stuttering is to turn reflections to low. So you just can´t put a number and say that X card is the one you need to get because that is totally arbitrary, however what we can do is to ask that our (my) entry level and (your) midrange card to stop getting crappier and crappier compared to the high end every new generation because that´s just going backwards, can´t believe that people is defending that :rolleyes:
     
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  17. Stormyandcold

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    Your sense of entitlement is strong.
     
  18. Monchis

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    Entitlement to my own opininion?, but it´s not even my opinion, entry and midrange segments keep getting crappier and crappier, but not cheaper, and that´s a fact.
     
  19. Stormyandcold

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    Here's a fact for you; 50/60/70 and 80 series gets faster every generation. That's forwards, not backwards. That's better, not crappier.

    What you're actually moaning about is the "performance-gap" between cards and prices.
     
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    Why do you believe this? This has never been the case before, so why should it be now?
     

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