The Inno3D assembler has officially unveiled a new Inno3D GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with monoslot design, an interesting solution for those looking for a compact, powerful graphics card with low power consumption.
One of the most important advantages offered by this solution compared to the standard versions is that it occupies a single expansion slot, but this is not all. Inno3D wanted to prioritize efficiency and consumption and has therefore decided to eliminate the additional 6-pin power connector that include other models.
This means that this new GTX 1050 Ti with monoslot design is not only very thin, it is also very efficient as it gets all the power it needs directly from the PCI-E connector.
We now proceed to review the construction of the card. As we see in the images we find a solution that has a modest but effective dissipation system, formed by a small radiator on which a housing with small holes is set to favor the exit of heat and a fan that completes the set.
At the spec level, Inno3D GeForce GTX 1050 Ti integrates GP107 graphics core operating at NVIDIA reference frequencies, which means it has:
- 768 shaders.
- 48 texture units.
- 32 raster units.
- 128 bit memory bus.
- 4 GB of GDDR5 at 7 GHz.
- GPU at 1,291 MHz-1,392 MHz, normal and turbo mode.
Inno3D has not given details on the exact date of availability and has not specified the price of Inno3D GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, but should be similar to the standard GTXX 1050 Ti we can find in the market today.