Zotac has unveiled three brand new graphics cards: GTX 1050 Mini, GTX 1050 Ti Mini, and GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition. This follows Nvidia’s announcement of the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti.
Zotac’s least powerful and most affordable graphics card in the lineup would be the GTX 1050 Mini. According to the company, the graphics card measures in at a length of just 5.8-inches, making it one of the smallest Pascal-based graphics card in the market. The GTX 1050 Mini is equipped with a single 90mm cooling fan, which should be sufficient to cool the Pascal GP107-300 GPU. Performance-wise, the graphics card is said to boast a base and boost clock speed of 1354MHz and 1455MHz respectively.
Next up is the Zotac GTX 1050 Ti Mini. Like its less powerful sibling, the GTX 1050 Ti Mini has a length of just 5.8-inches and is also fitted with the same 90mm cooling fan. When it comes to performance, the graphics card is able to churn out base and boost clock speeds of 1303MHz and 1417MHz respectively – slightly higher compared to the ‘reference’ clock speeds.
The most powerful offering in this lineup would be the Zotac GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition. Unlike both previously mentioned graphics cards, the GTX 1050 Ti OC Edition is endowed with two 70mm radial fans along with two 6mm copper heatpipes. Zotac claims that this graphics card will feature significantly higher clock speeds compared to the reference GTX 1050 Ti. To be more specific, the GTX 1050 Ti Mini OC Edition comes with a base and boost clock speeds of 1392MHz and 1506MHz respectively.
It’s worth noting that all three graphics card by Zotac can solely be powered using the PCIe slot on a motherboard. Pricing and date of availability was not mentioned by Zotac, but we do expect the company to release all three graphics card by the end of this month.