GPUBoss Review Our evaluation of 750 Ti vs 1050 Ti among all GPUs


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Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 

GPUBoss recommends the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti  based on its benchmarks and compute performance.

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Differences What are the advantages of each

Front view of GeForce GTX 750 Ti

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Slightly higher texture rate 82.64 GTexel/s vs 62 GTexel/s Around 35% higher texture rate
Slightly lower TDP 60W vs 75W 20% lower TDP
Front view of GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

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Higher clock speed 1,291 MHz vs 1,020 MHz More than 25% higher clock speed
Better PassMark score 5,757 vs 3,699 More than 55% better PassMark score
Higher effective memory clock speed 7,008 MHz vs 5,400 MHz Around 30% higher effective memory clock speed
More memory 4,096 MB vs 2,048 MB 2x more memory
Higher pixel rate 41.3 GPixel/s vs 16.32 GPixel/s More than 2.5x higher pixel rate
Higher turbo clock speed 1,392 MHz vs 1,085 MHz Around 30% higher turbo clock speed
More render output processors 32 vs 16 Twice as many render output processors
Better fire strike factor score 51.07 vs 33.8 More than 50% better fire strike factor score
Better PassMark direct compute score 3,271 vs 1,830 Around 80% better PassMark direct compute score
Better video composition score 75.17 frames/s vs 51.74 frames/s More than 45% better video composition score
Higher crysis 3 framerate 35.8 vs 20.4 More than 75% higher crysis 3 framerate
Higher memory clock speed 1,752 MHz vs 1,502 MHz More than 15% higher memory clock speed

Benchmarks Real world tests of GeForce GTX 750 Ti vs 1050 Ti

Bitcoin mining Data courtesy CompuBench

GeForce GTX 750 Ti
182.53 mHash/s
GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
267.7 mHash/s

Face detection Data courtesy CompuBench

GeForce GTX 750 Ti
56.77 mPixels/s
GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
95.56 mPixels/s

T-Rex (GFXBench 3.0) Data courtesy CompuBench

Manhattan (GFXBench 3.0) Data courtesy CompuBench

Fire Strike Factor Data courtesy FutureMark

Sky Diver Factor Data courtesy FutureMark

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year old post bro
750Ti is becoming scarce now
Where are you shopping? All the 1050s I'm seeing are 230$.
This sites so in accurate.I have the gaming x 4 gb msi 1050 ti.My friend has the 750ti msi oc edition.1050 humiliate it by far.I run about 90% games on 1080 on high.Even with my crappy fx 4170 :D PS:Here the 1050 and 750 cost the same a while back lol
The differences-section shows which card you should consider over the other, and then it shows what the specifications are compared to (or over) the lesser card. - That's how this website works, it's not "messed".
Depends which FX. My roommate has an FX-6300 and can't hold a flame to any game I play with my i3-6100($110) even using the same card. Though I do have DDR4 it shouldn't account for a 10-30fps difference in most games.
A lot of the 750 Ti models actually run at 38.5w from the PCIe slot only, wonder which they tested.
not really. different architecture, more transistors, more cuda cores, more clock speed. Even Battlefield 4 frames show complete difference. It's not a recycled version of the 750ti. It's like Goku vs. Super Sayian Goku.
Pascal is a shrunken Maxwell. That's been shown time and time again. if Maxwell and Pascal run at the same clock frequency and memory speed they perform virtually identical.
YES. I have both. I get noticeable differences. And looking at Newegg, it's $110 vs. 140 - 150. There is one 750 Ti for <100 but it only has 1GB mem, and that's going to take a performance hit. If you are talking about removing a 750 Ti to put in a 1050 Ti? Yeah, I still think I would do it if I had the money kicking around, though if I didn't mind stepping it up a little more I think I'd go with the 1060. Depends on the rest of the system. But I have AMD FX-8350 systems (2) and one with a 750 Ti and one with a 1050 Ti, and it seems like my display is a little faster with the 1050. I don't game those two systems, but looking at the game tests, I'd certainly say the 1050 Ti is worth it if you do.
OH, sorry dude. Yeah this page is MESSED. The left side of the differences is the 1050 Ti. Maybe that's why some autobot that picked a winner said 750 Ti, even though when you read all the scores the 1050 Ti wins at everything other than total power. I didn't even look at that because I have both cards and I knew the specs
I'm talking about the differences section. I would assume from the images at the top that 750 is on the left?
The OS. Unless you know Linux AND don't build systems, which does happen. Any other software you would have to buy whether you build your system or buy a system for the most part.
No, that's not true at all. I can find PCs priced better than I can buy the parts AND the OS. I still build my own so I can pick the parts I want, but I'm under no false illusion that it's saving me money. Once you buy a case, PS, MB, CPU, Mem, HDD or SSD, cooler if the CPU needs it, keyboard, mouse, DVD/bluray drive, and then the OS, and if you want to upgrade your PC that means the retail OS you have EASILY spent more than buying a PC. I've priced this out a few times over my life, but I like to build so I still buy the parts. Now, having said that IF you buy a good case/PS/DVD-bluray/MB/CPU and the MB/CPU are a bit future proof (such as AMD will be supporting the AM4 for at least 4 years), THEN when you go to improve your system you will save money because that typically means new GPU and drives only, and maybe a new CPU if you find the price points good. I always buy CPUs in the middle so I get good performance at a smaller cost. 2 - 3 years later pop in a newer faster one. Let's say I buy a new AM4 system with the new RyZen when they come out next month or in March at the latest (yes, they will), as long as DDR4 memory is doing what it needs to do to keep the CPU performance up, then I have a systems that will be very good for quite a few years. However, if DDR5 hits the market in 3 years and there is a significant performance bump then my upgrade may take a different path. However, the thing that gets outdated the fastest is typically the GPU. Now, because of SSDs that hasn't been true as much over the last 5 years, but in general that's the case. Now, a typical system can have an NVMe SSD running on the PCIe, and if you build a system that doesn't do that, why? A mid quality but long lived NVMe can be had for $100. You at least want the OS and programs going there.
Well, it's more like a $110 card going to a $140-150. AND, because the 750Ti is becoming scarce now, the sellers are jacking up prices, AND in the games stats the 1050Ti EASILY wins in some of the games almost doubling the performance. I find your point weak and I was more than happy to buy a new 1050Ti which I got for $140 and runs great. YOU might be happy jumping up to $200, but for a person who isn't pushing their PC, that extra step might not be worth it. That extra power also comes with extra power consumption and heat when you jump up to ANY $200 GPU. Performance/power on the 1050 Ti was 9.4 vs. 9.5. The little extra power jump going from the 750 to 1050 is worth it IMO.
What are you not seeing? There is only one category the 750Ti wins, and that's with power, and it isn't by much. In the games the 1050Ti EASILY wins in every game they tested. Some by a LOT. Look at it again
i have the fx 8350. also, the point was that i cant build it my self. besides. the warrantee will allow me to get qa new one incase anything hapopened to it. i wish to learn how to build a pc but i do not know as of yet.
well how does max overwatch make my computer heat up and shout. google itself make it go kinda loud...
1) It's never more expensive to build it yourself 2) FX doesn't bottleneck anything
Are the numbers on the wrong sides here? Seems like the much older 750 TI is better in every way
So, the 750 Ti, which is based on Maxwell, got rebranded as a 1050 Ti, which is actually Pascal based... Pascal is Maxwell confirmed?!?!?!?!?!?!?? Jokes aside, no, you're wrong. Lol
the 1050ti is the recycle 750ti they just change the name
hm, software such as? avast or smt?
that really does not hold up no mass produced pc will out perform or cost less than one you carefully put together yourself as for the warranty every part you buy comes with one plus the stores that sell the parts are more than happy to sell you additional ones what you have to keep in mind is how quickly pc parts lose value in 2-3 years buying the same part again is usually only 30% -40% of what it cost you now and you will be getting a new part not a remanufactured piece of trash they are going to give you often a newer better part cost the same or just a little more lol its a great excuse to upgrade the only thing mass produced pc can do cheaper than you can is the software that comes with them but even then its usually full of bloat ware
nah. i checked and custom building would have been more expensive. Plus i got a 3-5 year guarantee... however the pc i got has the rx 480 and the fx 9350 which bottle necks the gpu...
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