With current architectures from both the green team and red team becoming more efficient, it is expected that lower-powered cards to have a lower TDP than their bigger brothers. For the GTX 1050 Ti, it has a TDP of 75W which should be enough for the card to run off the electricity by the motherboard. However, the Galax has equipped the GTX 1050 Ti EXOC with an additional 6-pin PCIe power connector in order to achieve higher and more stable overclocks. They have also equipped the GTX 1050 Ti EXOC with dual fans complemented with copper heatpipes to cool the GPU directly and more efficiently.
Unlike some of the competition, Galax has only included one profile in the GTX 1050 Ti EXOC. This is a far cry to other cards that have two or even three modes (OC Mode, Gaming Mode, and Silent Mode). Out of the box, the card runs at a Base Clock of 1354MHz and a Boost Clock of 1468MHz. In terms of memory, it is armed with a 128-bit bus with 4GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 7008MHz.
To reduce costs, most budget-oriented GPUs do not have a backplate. The Galax GTX 1050 Ti EXOC is no different. The black PCB is bare for all eyes to see.
The Galax GTX 1050 Ti EXOC is equipped with dual fans in order to cool the GPU more efficiently. Other than that, there’s not much bling to the card. It’s straightforward and we believe that some people will like the simple presentation of the card.
The Galax GeForce GTX 1050 TI EXOC 4GB graphics card is designed for those gamers on a budget but need TI Power, more memory, and TI performance. The Galax GeForce GTX 1050 TI EXOC 4GB delivers significantly better speed and power efficiency than previous-generation cards. This 1050 TI has dual custom fans and an effective cooling design to keep the GPU cooler and cooler is better.
PCI Express-compliant motherboard with one dual-width x 16 graphics slot
1x 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connectors
Minimum 300W or greater system power supply
350MB of available hard-disk space
2GB system memory (4GB or higher recommended)
Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 7(32 or 64-bit)
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive or Internet connection
Windows XP no longer supported
Much like the competitor's card, the Galax GTX 1050 Ti EXOC just scrapes by the GTX 960. However, the GTX 960 did manage to sneak up on the Galax GTX 1050 Ti EXOC in The Division where the GTX 960 was able to get a higher minimum frame rate than the GTX 1050 Ti. The deciding factor between the two is the GTX 1050 Ti’s 4GB VRAM as it delivers more performance in VRAM demanding games such as GTA V.
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