The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti is a mainstream GPU that is based on the Pascal architecture, whose release was announced in 2017. As opposed to the other faster models, the GTX 1050 Ti uses the GP107 chip that is manufactured in a 14 nm process at Samsung.
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The notebook version of this graphics card varies a little when it comes to clocks, but it is designed with 768 shader units, like the desktop model.
The GP107 chip is manufactured in 14 nm and it also comes with a number of new qualities, like support for DisplayPort 1.4 (comes in ready), HDMI 2.0b, HDR, simultaneous Multi-projection, and an improved H.265 video de- and encoding (PlayReady 3.0).
The GeForce GTX 1050 Ti’s performance varies a lot, and it depends on the cooling performance of the laptop. It can be as fast as the desktop model if it is under ideal conditions. The GeForce GTX 965 M and the common GTX 1050 are beaten around by 30 percent, what this means is that the GTX 1050 Ti can be compared to a GTX 970 M in general.
Its Power Consumption
The GeForce GTX 1050 Ti’s power consumption can be compared to that of the GTX 965 M, and this would mean around 70 Watts (and this is probably because of a better selection and an optimized part) and slightly lower when compared to its desktop counterpart. What this suggests is that the graphics card will usually be used for powerful multimedia notebooks and entry-level gaming systems with at least 15.4 inches.
The GTX 1050 Ti can be on the pricey side, especially when you compare it to its cut-down 10 series counterparts like the GTX 1050 2 GB and GTX 1050 3 GB. The GTX 1050 is seen as the best performer overall, even with the best-case scenario 560s in play; and this makes it one of the best budget graphics cards on the market.