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Leaked Specs Of Nvidia GTX 1050 Emerge Online

By Victor Thomson , Sep 06, 2016 03:00 AM EDT

According to rumors, the next release in Nvidia's Pascal lineup will be the GP107 graphics chip present onboard the GTX 1050 graphics card. The specs of the upcoming Nvidia GPU have been leaked online.

Nvidia GTX 1050

According to TechSpot, Nvidia has already introduced a trio of its graphics chips based on Pascal architecture.  The GP102 is used in Quadro P6000 and Titan X, the GP106 is powering the GTX 1060 and the GP104 is to be found in Nvidia's GTX 1070 and GTX 1080.

Nvidia's next Pascal architecture-based chip is rumored to be the GP107 that will power the GTX 1050 graphics card. WCCFTech reports on the spec details of the upcoming GTX 1050 that have emerged first in the online publication Benchlife.

The SKU has GP107-400 as its alleged codename. The name suggests that the fully enabled chip has been built on the 16nm FinFET process. The name also suggests that the chip will be free of any disabled cores.

According to the source of the leaked rumor, the GP107 chip manufactured by Nvidia will work on a CPU clock of 1,316MHz and a boost clock of 1,380MHz. The chip will have a texture fill rate that checks in at 84.2 GTexel/s and it will come with a number of 768 CUDA Cores.

It is also suggested that the GP107 features up to 4 GB of GDDR5 memory manufactured by Samsung. The memory will work on a 128-bit bus width and bandwidth of 112. The memory speed will be 1 GB/s on a memory clock of 1,752 MHz.

The publication also reports that we can expect a TDP of just 75 watts in the GTX 1050 GPU. It is still unclear whether or not the Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics cards will come without an auxiliary power connector.

Tech analysts expect that in terms of performance the GTX 1050 will compete with AMD's RX 470. Nvidia's GTX 1050 graphics cards might come with a price tag of only $150. The upcoming GPU is expected to be launched in mid-October.

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