Notebooks with GP107 GPU
According to the latest reports, Nvidia might unveil its new GTX 1050 Mobile graphics card at CES 2017.
Both coming to retail/e-tail on October 25th
Nvidia has apparently moved its schedule forward and has officially announced its two new Geforce 10-series graphics cards, the Geforce GTX 1050 Ti and the Geforce GTX 1050, based on the smallest Pascal-architecture GP107 GPU and bringing more performance to gamers on a budget and those looking to play MOBA titles.
Coming on October 25th
We've now had a chance to check out the first picture of Asus' GTX 1050 Ti Expedition graphics card, leaked ahead of the rumored October 25th launch for both Nvidia's upcoming GP107-based graphics cards, the GTX 1050 Ti and the GTX 1050.
Performance level of GTX 960 at lower TDP
We have already seen most of the specifications for Nvidia's upcoming entry-level GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards but now we have some of the first performance details regarding the faster GTX 1050 Ti, which should provide performance similar to the earlier available Maxwell-based Geforce GTX 960, but at a much lower TDP.
Based on the GP107 Pascal GPU
Following the recent rumors, a full list of GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti specifications has found its way online.
Includes Geforce GTX 1080 Ti, new Titan, Quadro and Tesla GPUs
On Wednesday, the folks at AIDA64 released a complete list of the device hardware IDs that Nvidia will use for its upcoming Geforce 10 Pascal lineup in both mobile and desktop GPUs. The list confirms the existence of GP102, a chip the company has likely reserved for Geforce GTX 1080 Ti, a refreshed Geforce Titan series, and a few new Quadro and Tesla GPUs all expected for release several months from now.