The upcoming GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, which is expected to launch later this month from NVIDIA, has had its benchmarks leaked online. Both the GTX and GTX 1050 Ti will be destined for the entry-level market, providing surprisingly good performance at a budget. The new leaks confirm exactly that, and even shows that it could be overclocked quite substantially.

The leak, which came from Asia, focused specifically on the 1050 Ti, the faster of the two new Pascal-based cards. Both are designed to be more efficient and reliable than the previous generation, serving those who use 1080p screens for gaming, animation and graphic design.

The 1050 Ti is expected to cost $149 on launch, which is a surprisingly good price for a chip which offers 2.2 TeraFlops of single precision performance. The less powerful model will still offer 1.9 TeraFlops of power. Both will fit into a 75 Watt TDP, too, meaning you won’t have to plug them into external power.

The full specifications can be found below:

  GTX 1060 6 GB GTX 1060 3 GB GTX 1050 Ti GTX 1050 GTX 950
GPU GP106-400 GP106-300 GP107-400 GP107-300 GM206-250/251
Shader processors 1280 1152 768 640 768
TMU’s 80 72 48 40 48
ROP’s 48 48 32 TBA 32
GPU freq 1,506 MHz 1,506 MHz 1,290 MHz 1,354 MHz 1,024 MHz
Boost freq 1,709 MHz 1,709 MHz 1,382 MHz 1,455 MHz 1,188 MHz
Mem freq 2,002 MHz 2,002 MHz 1,752 MHz TBA 1,653 MHz
Mem size 6 GB GDDR5 3 GB GDDR5 4 GB GDDR5 2 GB GDDR5 2 GB GDDR5
mem bus 192-bit 192-bit 128-bit 128-bit 128-bit
TDP 120W 120W 75W 75W 90W/75W


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