When we last visited the GTX 1050 Ti, it was reported that the card would have 4GB RAM, 768 CUDA cores and feature base and boost clocks of 1290 MHz and 1382 MHz respectively. However, the custom GTX 1050 Ti that is now making the rounds has a base clock of 1354 MHz and a boost clock of 1468 MHz.
While those are some pretty nice gains over the stock GTX 1050 Ti, the person that leaked this retail card says that it overclocks to 1797 MHz without the need for voltage mods. It also is a plus that this particular card has a robust dual-fan cooling setup to help make such out-of-the-box overclocks possible.
As far as synthetic benchmarks are concerned, the leaked card was able to put up Fire Strike Ultra and Time Spy benchmark scores of 1895 and 2513 respectively. Unfortunately, that’s all we have to go on with regards to the card’s performance at this time.
We should also mention that the GTX 1050 Ti will also be joined by a vanilla GTX 1050 sibling. This card will have just 2GB RAM, 640 CUDA cores, and base/boost clocks of 1354 MHz/1455 MHz. Both cards are expected to debut exactly two weeks from today, with the GTX 1050 coming in at $119, while the GTX 1050 Ti is expected to retail for $149.