Last Updated on January 30, 2020 by Priyam Raj.
The GTX 1050 was Announced back Months Ago, it is the Budget Edition on the Nvidia 10 Series for the Gamers who want more Performance in a Less Price GPU. Although the Cards are Really Nice, we Tested them, Compared them with the Old GTX 750 Ti and the Newer GT 1030, we also Did Benchmark on Several Games and Here are Some of the Results that you might want to see Before Buying.
GTX 1050 if Compared to the Previous Price Champ GTX 750 Ti, GTX 1050 Outperforms and has way better Performance, however, it’s nowhere near the 1060s. Both the GPUs have the Pascal Architecture on them which is Newer than the Old Maxwell ones used in the 750 Ti. Although the GTX 1050 Ti has 4 GB of VRAM and the 1050 Mini has just 2 GB which won’t be so Big Difference Unless You Use Higher Resolutions like 4K or even 1440p.
The GTX 1050 Ti should be a Better Option as it Costs just a Bit More than the Mini One, it is near Rs. 1500 Difference that should be Better for Future.
The GPU has 1 HDMI, 1 Display Port and a DVI-I Slot for the Display, it does not come with any Installation CD. You’ll need to Download that from Nvidia’s Official Website.
The GTX 1050 is Available for Rs. 10,500 and the GTX 1050 Ti is for Rs. 12,000, Slight Better Investment will be Better for Upcoming Games. Also, the Power Consumption on this GPU is Really Low, it takes only 75 W on most of the Games. The Power is Supplied just from the Motherboard itself, no kind of External Supply is Required, just Punch it in and its Good to go. Also, we would Suggest going with the Zotac Model as its Highly Rated and we have Tested them.
You Should Definitely Buy this GPU instead of GTX 750 Ti which costs Rs. 2000 Less than this, because the 750s are Outdated and won’t be a Good GPU for Upcoming Games.
For Overclocking, OC Edition of the GPU also Comes with Dual Fans. However, that Might Cost Rs. 15,000 which is kind of good and Probably the Cheapest Overclocked GPU in India.