NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Laptop) – specs and benchmarks

geforce-gtx-1050-ti-for-laptopsOnce again LaptopMedia has the luck to be the first to surprise you with another exciting device – as you probably know, we’re already testing the new (still unreleased and unannounced) mobile NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti for laptops and now it’s time for you to see it in its full glory – today we’ll share our first impressions as well as detailed specifications and benchmarks. We have to admit that we’re pretty impressed by its performance, given the price category we expect it to hit – it should take the position of the 960M/965M notebooks.

So how does it fare against the last generation? We checked that with the 3DMark and Unigine Heaven benches, and we’re pretty glad with the results. Here’s a quick comparison (the percentage is the result compared to GTX 970M).

GTX 1050 Ti (Laptop) is up to 10% faster than GTX 970M! Good job, NVIDIA.

 3DMark Cloud Gate (Graphics) 3DMark Fire Strike (Graphics) Unigine Heaven 4
 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Laptop)49976 (970M +10%)7757 (970M +7%)1836 (970M +9%)
 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M (ASUS GL502)45541 (965M +19%)7271 (965M +20%)1691 (965M +34%)
 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M (HP Omen 2016)38125 (960M +23%)6063 (960M +36%)1260 (960M +27%)
 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M (Lenovo Y700)310974451989

Compared to GTX 960M, GTX 1050 Ti (Laptop) shows more than 60% (up to 86%) better performance! We can’t wait to see the prices of the first 1050 Ti laptops – you know that you’ll be also notified about that as soon as we have information. Until then, check out the specifications (you can use the “Check Price” button to see whether any notebooks with 1050 Ti have been released, but we expect them in the beginning of 2017, or in the best case – in the end of this year).

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Laptop) – Specs Sheet

Base core clock1490 MHz
Boost core clock1624 MHz
CUDA cores768
Memory bandwidth112.1 GB/s
Memory type and sizeGDDR5, 4GB
Memory interface128-bit
ROPs / TMUs32 / 64
Supported Technologies
  • OpenCL 1.2
  • CUDA 6.1
  • NVIDIA PhysX
  • DirectCompute 5.0

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7 years ago

Wow that sounds awesome! Is it possible to say anything about heat and noise? I know it Will depend on the machine, but maybe you can say something about Energy efficiency compared to 970m? ? thank you!

Ammar Ashoor
7 years ago
Reply to  rillerich

Well since the 960M had a TDP of somewhere around 75W like the 1050ti, probably the same as a 960m powered machine.

7 years ago
Reply to  Ammar Ashoor

Ok, thank you! 🙂 If that turns out to be true, then it’s pretty good right?

Ammar Ashoor
7 years ago
Reply to  rillerich

Yep, 970m performance with 960m thermals would be great. I can’t find the exact TDP of the 960m(60-75 probably), but maybe Nvidia will bin it to get lower than 75W.

7 years ago

Are you sure about the specs you posted here ? I mean Core in your table is clocked higher than the desktop counterpart and the GPU has also more TMUs (64 vs 48)

7 years ago

God dammit – this means laptops with 1050Tis won’t be available for under ~$1099 at the lowest. 1060s are ~$1200 at the lowest.

7 years ago



“Please note though, that the specs listed at LM website are not correct, since they list 64 TMUs, and that’s simply not possible.”

GP107 does not have 64 TMUs, please stop posting misleading & incorrect info.

GP107 has 48 TMUs.

Simeon Nikolov
7 years ago

This is how AIDA64 Extreme sees it:

This is how HWiNFO64 sees it:

GPU-Z info:

7 years ago
Reply to  Simeon Nikolov


GPU-Z is wrong and needs to be updated, because if you see the block diagram for Pascal, it only has 8 TMUs(TEX in the diagram) per SM, 6 SMs in GP107 times 8 TMUs is 48, there’s simply no possibility of having more TMUs.