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Nvidia rumoured to release mobile GTX 1050/1050Ti GPUs at CES 2017

Nvidia rumoured to release mobile GTX 1050/1050Ti GPUs at CES 2017

Nvidia rumoured to release mobile GTX 1050/1050Ti GPUs at CES 2017

Nvidia rumoured to release mobile GTX 1050/1050Ti GPUs at CES 2017

 
 
Nvidia is rumoured to be releasing mobile versions of their GTX 1050/1050Ti GPUs at CES 2017, coinciding with the rumoured launch of Intel's Kaby Lake series of mobile CPUs. 
 
Right now Nvidia's high-end Pascal series GPUs dominate the mobile GPU market, though right now there is a lack of new hardware in mid-range gaming notebooks, particularly in the sub-75W GPU market. With a low TDP and an affordable price tag the GTX 1050 and 1050Ti are ideal fo the mobile market, offering plenty of GPU performance for 1080p gaming while operating cool and quiet under load with minimal power consumption. 
 

 

Nvidia rumoured to release mobile GTX 1050/1050Ti GPUs at CES 2017

 

Right now the market is filled with notebooks that still use Nvidia's GTX 960m or 950m, which is why this late mobile launch for the GTX 1050/1050Ti is unsurprising, though now the GPU is set to take the market by storm in early 2017, especially since it coincides with the release of Intel's new Kaby Lake mobile CPUs.    

  

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02-12-2016, 06:47:31

Kushiro
So Pascal is here to stay for a while longer huh.Quote

02-12-2016, 07:26:21

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
So Pascal is here to stay for a while longer huh.
I think nvidia is just playing the waiting game to see what AMD comes up with.Quote

02-12-2016, 09:50:52

Asen
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I think nvidia is just playing the waiting game to see what AMD comes up with.
Well, I don't think that nVidia are just sitting and playing the waiting game. Objectivly AMD is unable to do anything good in the mobile market, until they have high TDPs. In the meantime nVidia is doing miracles for laptop gamers...the're actually putting a desktop equivalent into a thing as small as a laptop. If they can give us rock solid 1080p performance with these GTX 1050/1050ti s there nothing to complain about, only to feel good about. If laptops with a 1050ti cost less than 1000€, it will be a massive leap forward for laptop gamers on a budget.Quote
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