NVIDIA GTX 1050 & GTX 1050Ti Laptops
Portable Pascal Performance
Fitted with the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX 10 Series GPUs, gaming laptops of the Nvidia line-up utilize the same graphics card technology featured in desktop class graphics cards. Thanks to the advancements in power efficiency, GPU die shrinks and thermal dissipation, Nvidia now uses the same GPUs for both the desktop and laptop gaming platform, with no compromises being made in order to ensure top-tier performance.
Built upon the 16nm FinFet technology of the Pascal architecture, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs ensures power efficiency and high performance. As Nvidia’s entry-tier GPUs, the GTX 1050 and 1050Ti feature similar specifications both being suited for 1080p gaming at high framerates. Delivering performance that’s comparable and in many cases superior to current generation gaming consoles, both graphics cards prove ideal for those looking for a low-power gaming laptop that’s still able to drive the performance needed for the latest Triple-A titles.
Featuring 640 cores with a clock speed of 1454MHz, paired with 2GB of GDDR5 RAM running at 7000MHz on a 128-Bit bus for 112GB/s of memory bandwidth, the GTX 1050 delivers 1.8 TFLOPs of computing power. Making slight adjustments to the standard model the GTX 1050Ti features 768 cores at 1392MHz, equipped with 4GB of GDDR5 RAM, delivering the same memory speed and bandwidth along with 2.1 TFLOPs of computing power. Despite the specifications for each given card, the Pascal architecture allows for incredible gains of the GPU core thanks to the architectural enhancements and improvements that Nvidia has invested in graphics technology.
As the Nvidia GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics cards remain identical between the desktop and laptop platforms, Nvidia no longer uses the “M” nomenclature, meaning Mobile GPUs. This means performance is the same across the platforms, giving way for improved battery life, cooler running laptops, and higher screen resolutions being viable for use. This also allows for improved overclocking features and custom cooling solutions being implemented by the manufacturer. Nvidia’s latest technologies, including GameStream, G-Sync, GameWorks and Battery Boost are all available on the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050Ti GPUs.
GTX 1050 Average Benchmark Results:
Battlefield 1 – High Quality – Full HD: 50-60fps
Gears of War 4 – High Quality – Full HD: 50-60fps
DOOM – High Quality – Full HD: 60fps
Grand Theft Auto V – High Quality – Full HD :50-60fps
GTX 1050 Ti Average Benchmark Results:
Battlefield 1 – Ultra Quality – Full HD: 40-60fps
Gears of War 4 – High Quality – Full HD: 50-70fps
DOOM – Ultra Quality – Full HD:60fps
Grand Theft Auto V – High Quality – Full HD: 60-70fps