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Nvidia reveals GTX 1050/1050 Ti: Pascal on a budget

Nvidia has finally revealed its next-gen GPU play for the budget segment, with the upcoming October 25th release of two graphics cards - the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti. We're still waiting for UK pricing, but at $109 and $139 respectively, the green team is clearly taking aim at AMD's Radeon RX 460. The new cards are based on an all-new Nvidia processor based on its Pascal architecture, codenamed GP107.
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