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[FOOL] nVIDIA Corporation Reportedly Will Launch GTX 1050 in October

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Per the site, NVIDIA plans to release two variants of the GeForce GTX 1050 -- one with 2 GB of memory and one with 4 GB of memory. Additionally, the report claims that the 1050 will serve as the successor of the current GeForce GTX 950 and that the company intends to price these parts "aggressively."

If this report is accurate, I could see the graphics specialist setting the suggested retail price for the 4 GB model at around $159 (pricing of the GTX 950 at launch) and the 2 GB model (potentially with disabled graphics processors, as in the 3 GB variant of the GTX 1060 relative to the 6 GB version) somewhere between $119 and $139.

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Edited by kylzer - 8/23/16 at 6:44pm
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Don't care too much about this from a desktop perspective but would love one of these in a decently priced laptop
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hopefully this is has similar power consumption as the 750 ti. Should be nice upgrade for 750 ti users
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hopefully this is has similar power consumption as the 750 ti. Should be nice upgrade for 750 ti users

Yeah, I expect a sub 75W (no-6pin) with the performance of a GTX960. That would be double as fast as a 750 Ti.
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hopefully this is has similar power consumption as the 750 ti. Should be nice upgrade for 750 ti users
I kinda doubt it will be nice upgrade for 750ti users. $160 for not much of a performance increase? That's not really attractive imo. I would suspect it is more focused on igu users or new budget system builders. As an upgrade option from a 750ti it just doesn't make much sense.....ofc imo again
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I kinda doubt it will be nice upgrade for 750ti users. $160 for not much of a performance increase? That's not really attractive imo. I would suspect it is more focused on igu users or new budget system builders. As an upgrade option from a 750ti it just doesn't make much sense.....ofc imo again

They are taking the price sky high on all performance levels. which makes it look like it is not much of a performance increase. but if prices were sane you would see that it is worth the upgrade
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Please let there be a low profile version!
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They are taking the price sky high on all performance levels. which makes it look like it is not much of a performance increase. but if prices were sane you would see that it is worth the upgrade

I guess that's why price/perf matters.
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I kinda doubt it will be nice upgrade for 750ti users. $160 for not much of a performance increase? That's not really attractive imo. I would suspect it is more focused on igu users or new budget system builders. As an upgrade option from a 750ti it just doesn't make much sense.....ofc imo again

1060 had about 2X the performance of 960 and 1060 3 GB had 90% more performance than 960 at the same price point($200). Wouldn't surprise me if this thing is 2X or more the performance of 750Ti

Hopefully it have 960 cuda core and the 4GB beats 460 in performance with better power consumption. If this lands in October, it means Nvidia would have countered AMD's mainstream product line a couple month before AMD had any counter for Nvidia's high end products.
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Lol 2GB. My 7870 had 2GB. Probably good enough.
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