Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Specification

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Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Specification


Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Specification
This year till now NVidia brings huge changes in the gaming industry by launching 10th series graphic cards. These graphic cards are the best in performance wise and even for next generation gaming. People love this new series. Till now GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060 are launched and people buying them, making reviews for it and enjoying the next generation of gaming.

Soon NVidia going to launch GTX 1050 and as I many people are waiting for it. Till now NVidia hasn’t announced anything about GTX 1050. From somewhere I found Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 specification and I’m glad to share with you.




NVidia GeForce GTX 1050

Release Date: In Q3 2016 (That means Soon)

Specification: Stream Processors: 1024 | Core Clock: 1,100 MHz | Memory: 4GB GDDR5X | Memory Clock: 7,000MHz | Power Connectors: 1 x 6-pin | Length: 250 mm | Outputs: 3 x DisplayPort, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI | Memory Width: 128 Bit |

Price: $150 – $400 (Indian Rupees: 15000 – 30000)




In my point of view, this is not for hardcore gaming, but for the entry level gamer GTX 1050 is the best option. Also, I’m not sure GTX 1050 would be able to run latest games? Because all the latest games and upcoming games require minimum 4GB Graphic memory to run. So if you buy a GTX 1050 then you’re able to run any game in minimum requirement not in high and ultra.

NVIDIA also plans to launch GTX 1040 but I don’t have much detail of it. Maybe both graphic card will launch together. I just knew that the GTX 1040 has 2GB Graphic DDR5 Memory with around 640 Cuda Cores. But I’m not sure about it.

Thank you for reading my article. If you have any doubts regarding this you can comment below I’ll back to you soon.

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5 Comments

  1. You need to take processing power into account, not just the amount of vram the card has. The GTX 1050 will most likely be on par with the RX 470, which performs slightly better than the R9 380 according to the benchmarks I’ve seen. So for the most graphically intensive games and games that haven’t come out yet it might not be able to run at Ultra settings and it won’t be able to handle much on 4k, but it should be a very capable 1080p card for mid-range gamers.

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