NVIDIA’s GTX 1050 Ti for notebooks is almost identical to its desktop counterpart but offers different clock rates. What’s more, the Ti variant uses more CUDA cores than the standard GTX 1050 version – 768 vs 640 but both GPUs use the same GP107 chip, which differs from the other NVIDIA high-end solutions. The GP107 chip is manufactured by Samsung, not TSMC, and it’s built on the 14nm node on contrary to the 16nm from TSMC.
Anyway, the GTX 1050 Ti also offers significantly higher clock rates than the normal GTX 1050 versions well 1493 – 1620 MHz vs 1364 – 1493 MHz. This contributes to a significant performance boost over the standard version but the rest of the specs remain the same. The GPU offers 4GB of GDDR5 memory connected via 128-bit interface and transfer rates as high as 112 GB/s.
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (4GB GDDR5) - technical specifications
|Manufacturing Process||14 nm|
|Base frequency||1493 MHz|
|Memory Frequency||7000 MHz|
|Memory bandwith||112.1 GB/sec|
|Date of release||03 January 2017|
|Power consumption||40-50 W|
|Maximum frequency||1620 MHz|
|Memory Capacity||4 GB|
|Memory bus||128 bits|
|Supported technologies||Multi-Projection, G-SYNC, Vulkan, Multi Monitor|