ASUS Expedition Gefore GTX 1050 TI 4GB Review

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NVIDIA’s line up for their new low-end NVIDIA Pascal based technology are the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti. Price for non-ti will range to $109 and for 1050 ti at $139, in the philippine currency around 5,000 Pesos.

Non-Ti of GTX 1050 has a version of 2GB of GDDR5, while the Ti version has 4GB of GDDR5. It also comes with 768 CUDA cores for Ti and 640 for non-ti.

The GTX 1050 Ti has clocked of 1,290Mhz and can be overclocked up to 1,392Mhz, the graphic processor is based on GP107 where responsible of  the new Pascal-based technology, Ansel super screenshot, Fast synch and more..

These new cards will able you to play latest games at 1080p resolution and can achieve 60fps with high quality settings.


ASUS’s version of GTX 1050 are the ASUS GTX 1050 TI 4GB, It features an durable design and low power consumption at 75W for stock clock. The 212mm card doesn’t need of extra power cconnector and can only be run through PCIe expansion slot.

The card is manufactured using the Auto-Extreme Technology where all parts and components made in this card are fully automated which avoid human error, it is also build with premium super Alloy Power II components that will lower the thermal temperature and boosts the performance. You can also use the GPU Tweak II where you can DIY overclock for your GPU. The Gaming Booster comes on this card will remove redundant process and allocate to available resources automatically.

It also has a free 14 day trial XSplit Gamecaster license that you can stream your gameplay online with nice in-game layer for tracking FPS, GPU clock speed and temperature. A Free World of Warships invite code and Exclusive Diana Cruiser warship.



Dual fan for ASUS Expedition GeForce GTX 1050 Ti uses an ball bearing which eliminates the use of oil to lubricate the fans. These new fans will allow to run smoother, reduced fiction, improved cooling and longer lifespan.



You can plug 1 Display Port, 1 DVI-D port and 1 HDMI 2.0 port.


For this testing it uses a i7-6700k CPU, 8GB DDR4, Radeon Crimson driver 375.57 and in Windows 10 Pro (64bit). Against 3 different card for comparison.

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