Now that the hype surrounding Nvidia’s recently released GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards have died down, rumours are once again surfacing regarding an unreleased Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti ‘mobile’ GPU. The folks at LaptopMedia were lucky enough to get their hands on an unreleased gaming laptop that is fitted with the GTX 1050 Ti mobile GPU. The tech site had since reported their findings on the GPUs performance.
The unnamed and unreleased GTX 1050 Ti-equipped gaming notebook was tested using three benchmarking tools: 3DMark’s Cloud Gate and Fire Strike, as well as Unigine Heaven 4. In all three tests, it was found that the GTX 1050 Ti mobile GPU had produced slightly better scores compared to the GTX 970M, which can be seen as the predecessor.
When it comes to specifications, the mobile GTX 1050 Ti GPU comes with a CUDA core count of 768 and a VRAM capacity of 4GB (GDDR5). Performance-wise, Nvidia’s upcoming Pascal-based mobile GPU is said to come with a base and boost GPU clock speed of 1490MHz and 1624MHz respectively. Interestingly, the clock speeds of this mobile GPU is significantly higher compared to its desktop counterpart – odd.
Nonetheless, sources are saying that gaming notebooks fitted with the mobile GTX 1050 Ti GPU may only be released by early next year. Gamers on a budget and are keen on getting a Pascal-based gaming laptop should keep an eye on this one.