NVIDIA GP107 GPU Photos Surface - It is small

A lot has been posted about the upcoming GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti already, now even photos of the GPU die have surfaced on the web. 

That die looks to be roughly 1 cm², very small. There has been quite a bit of speculation on the GeForce GTX 1050 and Ti. Apparently there will be two models released, the regular 1050 with 2GB graphics memory yet also a 1050 Ti with 4GB memory. According to to an earlier leak from benchlife they claimed the replacement series for the GeForce GTX 950 will be the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 with 2GB, this one would be based on a 640 shader processor en-counting GP107-300 Pascal-GPU. The second SKU would be the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, based on a GP107-400 Pascal based GPU with 768 shader processors. The cards will be priced at 119 and 139 USD respectively. 

The benchmarks however surfaced over at Chiphell and next towards 3DMark 11 results a GPU-Z screenshot was posted. The manufacturer ID is Colorful and the card indeed has 4 GB GDDR5 memory / 128-bit. It scores 10054 points in the P score and 3867 points in the X mode, again this is 3DMark 11. That would be above the GeForce GTX 960 (X3302).

Now if we add that number to our own charts, this would be the generic picture (mind you that the results could be fake, hence a grain of salt, common sense and healthy skepticism always is recommended):


 GTX 1060 6 GBGTX 1060 3 GBGTX 1050 TiGTX 1050GTX 950
GPU GP106-400 GP106-300 GP107-400 GP107-300 GM206-250/251
Shader processors 1280 1152 768 640 768
TMU's 80 72 48 40 48
ROP's 48 48 32 TBA 32
GPU freq 1,506 MHz 1,506 MHz 1,290 MHz 1,354 MHz 1,024 MHz
Boost freq 1,709 MHz 1,709 MHz 1,382 MHz 1,455 MHz 1,188 MHz
Mem freq 2,002 MHz 2,002 MHz 1,752 MHz TBA 1,653 MHz
Mem size 6 GB GDDR5 3 GB GDDR5 4 GB GDDR5 2 GB GDDR5 2 GB GDDR5
mem bus 192-bit 192-bit 128-bit 128-bit 128-bit
TDP 120W 120W 75W 75W 90W/75W

The GeForce GTX 1050 would get you 1.9 TFlops of (single precision) performance with 2.2 TFlops for the GTX 1050 Ti model. Both cards would fit in a 75 Watt TDP and thus will not require an external power connector.

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NVIDIA GP107 GPU Photos Surface - It is small

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