GPU GTX 1050 specs leaked

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(mods, you can move this to the News section if that is more appropriate)

http://videocardz.com/63605/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050-specifications-leaked

Videocardz is reporting it but the original source comes from Benchlife.

According to these leaks, the GP107 GPU which the 1050 is expected to use will have 768 CUDA cores, 1380Mhz boost clock, and 2-4GB of VRAM running on a 128 bit bus.

Also, it looks to be a 75W card, so it's possible to power it completely from a PCIe slot. Expected performance is to be similar to the RX 470 but with NVidia having the more power efficient architecture for now, this card could be a no-brainer for those low-power 1080p USFF rigs :D
 

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So essentially 960 to 970ish performance of the PCIe slot then? Yes please.
 

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These clocks are pretty low.....this is a bit disappointing. Judging by the rest of Pascal, Nvidia could release a 1500mhz+ version of this card and still keep it under 75W. All of the Pascal cards so far are more CUDA cores and more memory bandwidth at same or lower TDP than cards before it, also with much higher clocks. I hope either the specs are wrong or this means Nvidia doesn't think AMD is serious competition. I guess Nvidia could also just be aiming this card for under 50W to put into portable laptops. I guess a GTX 960 performance in something like a Dell XPS13 or Surface Book would be kind of nice.
 

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If they can do this at 50W, then I'm thinking the 1050ti will probably hit the mid-point between at say 960 CUDA cores and 970ish performance.
 

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GTX 960 specs + 1500 mhz base clock would make for a great GTX 950 ti, although that'd rub up against the GTX 1060 3GB version. Still, a great card for 1080p gaming.
 

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A GTX 1050 true single slot would be great to see.

Something like the Quadro M2000 would be great

 

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Would have to do a transplant with a single fan cooler (that handles appropriate TDP of course). The trickiest part is finding out the hole spacing around the GPU coolers to pick the best ones.
 

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I reckon when the GTX 1050 is released, all available models will require 6-pin power and come factory overclocked, like the gimped RX 460.

There will be one or two SKUs without a 6-pin requirement, but be too thick/long for ITX chassis like S4 mini.

Best wait for Volta efficiency.
 

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I reckon when the GTX 1050 is released, all available models will require 6-pin power and come factory overclocked, like the gimped RX 460.

There will be one or two SKUs without a 6-pin requirement, but be too thick/long for ITX chassis like S4 mini.

Best wait for Volta efficiency.


That would certainly be a shame if true. Hoping that superior power efficiency of the Pascal architecture will result in a more gtx 750ti like card.