Nvidia releases GeForce GTX 1050 with 3GB vram

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Nvidia is releasing a 3GB version of its Geforce GTX 1050 video card. The card, which should fill the gap between the regular GTX 1050 with 2GB and the GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB, can now be seen on the Nvidia website.

The new Nvidia GTX Geforce 1050 with 3GB vram has a clock speed that is 102MHz higher and a boost that is 126MHz higher than the GTX 1050 Ti. Also, as with the GTX 1050 Ti, 768 cudacores are enabled, while the regular GTX 1050 has a total of 640.

The manufacturer has not used the existing 128-bit memory controller; a 96-bit wide memory interface is integrated, bringing the total bandwidth of the memory to 84GB/s. That is lower than the 112GB/s of the regular GTX 1050 and the Ti variant.

There was previously a rumor that Nvidia was working on a 3GB version of the GTX 1050. This card was probably made because 2GB gddr5 was a bottleneck with the regular GTX 1050. Nvidia has not yet announced when the GTX 1050 with 3GB vram will be released and how much the card will cost.

GTX 1050 2GB GTX 1050 3GB GTX 1050Ti 4GB
Cudacores 640 768 768
Clock speed/boost 1354 / 1455MHz 1392 / 1518MHz 1290 / 1392MHz
Memory size 2GB 3GB 4GB
Memory type Gddr5 Gddr5 Gddr5
Memory bus 128 bit 96-bit 128 bit
Memory bandwidth 112GB/s 84GB/s 112GB/s
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