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#41
You have me guessing ... but I'd say the GTX 1050 Ti would be a little faster. But I am not sure exactly where they would stand in relation to each other.

Would you like me to run a few benches for you with a GTX 770 - or if I can find a GTX 670? We could settle this in a few minutes if I can find my card.

I think I have a few minutes ... I was just about to fire up CoD IW
#42
See this video for your answer:
#43
1050ti is a bit faster than a 670. mabe 7%. and more so when playing the latest games.
1050ti = gtx960 4gb. The latest games are showing a gtx770 = to a gtx960 4gb/1050ti.

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#44
Good news, I found my GTX 670. The GTX 1050 Ti is at least 10% faster; more when the vRAM is an issue.

I forgot what it looked like (I remember the GTX 680's weird power connector) but didn't label the 670, the 660 or the 760.  Now they are labeled ... and I got it on the second try.

Firestrike extreme
the GTX 670 gets 3124 and the 1050 Ti gets 3468

Metro Last Light Redux
The GTX 670 gets 45.9 fps and the 1050 Ti gets 51

Fallout 4
The GTX 670 gets 34.5 fps and the 1050 Ti gets 40.4

DiRT Rally
The GTX 670 gets 47.9 fps and the 1050 Ti gets 53.2

Hitman
The GTX 670 gets 25.6 fps and the 1050 Ti gets 38.3

Gears of War
The GTX 670 gets 42.2 fps and the 1050 Ti gets 47.3

That should be enough to demonstrate the the GTX 670 is slower then (I thought) the GTX 1050 Ti. The GTX 770 and the GTX 1050 Ti are probably pretty equal.

http://www.babeltechreviews.com/pny-gtx-...460-4gb/4/
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#45
dam I was once again a step behind you Apoppin

edit: oh I was 4 minutes faster, nevermind but I was not done inserting more images.


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#46
As I thought, should be slightly better than the 670 while being far more power efficient and quieter. I think I'll pick one up as an xmas gift to myself.

Even in older games that use MSAA 1050 Ti should have an advantage over 670 in that 1050 ti can utilize MFAA which gives an effective 4x MSAA for just over the performance cost of 2x MSAA.
#47
(11-11-2016, 03:48 AM)gstanford Wrote: As I thought, should be slightly better than the 670 while being far more power efficient and quieter.  I think I'll pick one up as an xmas gift to myself.

Merry Christmas! And a factory overclocked GTX 1050 Ti will be even faster (like the EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SC with no extra power cable).
(11-11-2016, 03:48 AM)happy medium Wrote: dam I was once again a step behind you Apoppin

edit: oh I was 4 minutes faster, nevermind but I was not done inserting more images.
Technically you posted first ... but your edit took longer. And you can insert images ... don't forget the image tag >>> [img]
:D

I was really interested to try this for myself. And since a GTX 670 was at hand, it was an easy comparison. Cards older than the 600 series are stored in my garage..
#48
I'd be going for something like the Zotac 1050 Ti. Nice and cheap.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Cheapest-1050...Sw4GVYJHC2
#49
(11-11-2016, 03:58 AM)gstanford Wrote: I'd be going for something like the Zotac 1050 Ti.  Nice and cheap.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Cheapest-1050...Sw4GVYJHC2

When I see $190, I can't think "cheap". But I guess for your market it is quite reasonable.

And the Zotac is an overclocked card. It will be probably ~10% faster than the stock 1050 Ti. That is a pretty significant gain over your GTX 670 (not to mention power saving) even when vRAM isn't a consideration (like in Hitman).

And I guess I am pretty eager to return to benching. That was interesting
:P

First, I'll finish playing a couple more games (CoD IW/Titanfall 2)
#50
It is less than half of what the 670 cost me back in the day - $550 iirc

and it will see a fair whack of use, I'm getting rid of the dedicated gaming system and the 970's etc, the productivity system will do gaming too from here on out.


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