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ASUS released GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti Cerberus GPU models

What do you think of this beastly GTX 1050 designs?

ASUS released GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti Cerberus GPU models

ASUS released GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti Cerberus GPU models

ASUS has started to distribute their new GTX 1050 series of Cerberus graphics cards, offering a unique cooler and backplate design with both GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti series models, both of which lack the need for external power. 

These two models are designed for use in gaming iCafes, releasing with a 144-hour burn-in test to ensure functionality and an attractive aesthetic that will give the PCs they are used in a premium feel. Both graphics cards will utilise the same PCB and cooler designs, with the only difference being the in VRAM capacity and GTX core design, with the GTX 1050 Ti model offering 4GB of VRAM while the GTC 1050 only provides 2GB of VRAM.  

Like many low power GPU designs in this price bracket, ASUS has opted to use a monoblock aluminium heatsink design with two 80mm fans for cooling, with a 3+1 phase VRM design which is powered exclusively from the GPU's PCI slot. Both graphics card models will offer DVI-D, HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 connections. 

  

ASUS released GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti Cerberus GPU models

 

Both graphics cards will ship with a moderate factory overclock, with the GTX 1050 Ti Cerberus coming with base clocks of 1341MHz and boost clocks of 1455 MHz, while the GTX 1050 Cerberus ships with base clocks of  1404MHz and boost clocks of 1518 MHz. Both models will offer the same 7.00GHz memory speeds.   

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22-02-2018, 14:01:01

Tindo
That back plate is so ugly IMO, it's designed to catch the attention of a 13 year oldQuote

22-02-2018, 14:05:19

AlienALX
This is what it has come to for PC gamers. Not which high end card should I buy? but which load of old crap can I buy that the miners are not interested in.Quote

22-02-2018, 17:18:46

scubasteve
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
This is what it has come to for PC gamers. Not which high end card should I buy? but which load of old crap can I buy that the miners are not interested in.
hahaha im laffing but really the tears i have are not happy ones just hope something will happen - anything when the new nvidia series comes outQuote

22-02-2018, 21:59:53

Wraith
Yay budget stuff, I love it it's a cheeky little card for the masses and at a great affordable price too. I hate to say it but as much as I enjoy being a PC enthusiast there has become a certain level of hardware snobbery across many forums and anything less than high end gets shunned.

I want to see more budget builder love. Viva la consumer!Quote

22-02-2018, 22:32:55

Dawelio
Seriously, is this a computer graphics card or a toy?... As that looks like a sticker from a cartoon series lol.

Does ASUS really have to lower themselves to even lower standards than MSI? Atleast MSI does a somewhat cool dragon logo... What is this? An weird looking tribal tattoo sticker?.Quote
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