Leaked specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 has been spotted early of this month on BenchLife.info and it's rumored that NVIDIA preparing for its launch by early of October 2016, but a new rumor from zolkorn.com suggest a later launch date somewhere between 24th to 28th of October.
According to the specifications, the Pascal GP107 GPU based GTX 1050 will be the most affordable Pascal based graphics card from NVIDIA, featuring a total of 768 CUDA Cores count, GPU clock of 1318 MHz and boost clock of 1380 MHz, a total of 4GB GDDR5 memory and 112 GB/s bandwidth over the 128-bit bus, with the memory which is clocked at 7GHz.
In addition, the GTX 1050 will feature a mere TDP of 75W and does not require any additional power connector, which is pretty obvious that the GTX 1050 will be positioned in between AMD's Radeon RX 460 ($119) and RX 470 ($179) with an expected SRP of $149 and capable of handling most of the AAA titles at 1080p with ease.
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