EVGA readies up a truckload of GTX 1050 and 1050 Tis

I love the smell of fresh graphics cards in the morning. Gerbils around the world have surely noticed by now that the GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti have been announced. That should come as little suprise, given that that info the rumor mill provided about these cards mostly came true. EVGA has just announced its complete lineup of GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti cards. As usual, the company has a card for every taste and price point.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti FTW Gaming ACX 3.0

EVGA has a total of ten cards on offer: five GTX 1050s and five GTX 1050 Tis. The company uses its consistent (if confusing) naming scheme: regular and "FTW DT" for the reference-clocked versions, SuperClocked for cards with a little boost, SSC for versions with more oomph, and the FTW edition with all the bells and whistles. The regular and SC versions use single-fan coolers, while all the others use the company's dual-fan "ACX 3.0" arrangement.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 SC Gaming

As expected, the GTX 1050 Ti cards have 4GB of VRAM, while the GTX 1050s make do with 2GB. The VRAM speed is the same for all the cards at 7010 MT/s. Here's the skinny in table form, sorted by clock speed. We hope EVGA forgives us for shortening the product names somewhat.

GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Card Base clock (MHz) Boost clock (MHz) Fans
GTX 1050 Ti 1290 1392 1
GTX 1050 Ti FTW DT 1290 1392 2
GTX 1050 Ti SC 1354 1468 1
GTX 1050 Ti SSC 1366 1480 2
GTX 1050 Ti FTW 1379 1493 2

GeForce GTX 1050

Card Base clock (MHz) Boost clock (MHz) Fans
GTX 1050 1354 1455 1
GTX 1050 FTW DT 1354 1455 2
GTX 1050 SC 1417 1531 1
GTX 1050 SSC 1430 1544 2
GTX 1050 FTW 1442 1556 2

EVGA has yet to announce pricing, but interested buyers can hit up the company's website to be notified when the GTX 1050 or GTX 1050 Ti become available.

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