According to the latest leak coming from the HWBattle.com site, the upcoming Geforce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards will be most likely both based on Nvidia's new GP107 Pascal GPU and should provide enough performance for casual, entry-level and MOBA gaming.
The faster Geforce GTX 1050 Ti will be based on a fully-enabled GP107 GPU with 768 CUDA cores and pack 4GB of GDDR5 memory on a 128-bit memory interface. The GPU will be clocked at 1290MHz for the base GPU clock and 1382MHz for the GPU Boost clock and it may well have a TDP of below 75W, which means it won't need additional PCIe power connectors.
The slower Geforce GTX 1050 will be based on a cut-down version of the same GP107 GPU and pack 640 CUDA cores. In order to keep the price down, a reference GTX 1050 will come with 2GB of GDDR5 memory on the same 128-bit memory interface. The GPU may work at 1354MHz for the GPU base and 1455MHz for the GPU Boost clock.
According to the sources, the GTX 1050 Ti may arrive in mid-October with a price of around US $149 while the GTX 1050 will come in late October, priced at US $119.
We are certain that there will be plenty of different SKUs, as the "partners" will probably make custom versions after day one, so you can be confident to expect different form factors, (sizes) higher GPU clocks and more memory on those cards.