New images have emerged of what is claimed to be Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card.
The images posted by VideoCardz show the card's GPU, memory chips, power connector, and a descriptive manufacturer sticker. According to the report, and sticker, the pictured graphics card is a Chinese branded GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB GDDR5 memory.
The circuit board is clearly labelled GP107 GPU with GDDR5 RAM chips surrounding it. Videocardz claims that the board will be the right size to accommodate 6 Nvidia graphics processing clusters (GPCs).
The report also claims that the 1050 Ti will be launched in about a fortnight.
While the card is yet to even be even be announced, Chinese side Guru3D has publshed a 3DMark 11 benchmark comparison chart.
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti sample under test achieved a performance score of P10054, and an Xtreme score of X3867. This places the upcoming card a notch above the likes of the GTX 770 (X3656) and Radeon R9 380X (X3507). The GTX 1060 scores X6014 and the AMD Radeon RX480 8GB scores X4820 in the Xtreme test.
All of this is unconfirmed information and is subject to change but, of course, PCR will be reporting it as soon as any thing is made official.