Today I am going to do an unboxing of the GeForce GTX 1050 Windforce OC. A budget 2GB DDR5 video card with good specs for the price.
So if you don’t want to break the bank on a graphics card, but still want to have a decent gaming experience, this is the one you want.
The big upside for me are those 3 HDMI ports on the back, plus the DP and DVI exits, that is more than enough to accommodate multiple displays.
Powered by GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti
Integrated with 2GB GDDR5 128bit memory
WINDFORCE 2X with Blade Fan Design
Protection Back Plate


The Pascal Architecture aims for twice as much performance as the Maxwell Architecture and Introduces support for Second Gen HBM.


It equips a GPU Codenamed GP107-400 which has 5 SM activated and thus 640 Shader Processing Units, 40 TMUs and 32 ROPs. The central unit runs at 1417MHz and goes up to 1531MHz with the Boost Clock in OC mode.


The GPU accesses a 2GB frame buffer of fast GDDR5, through a 128-bit memory interface, while the memory clock operates at 3504MHz which is outstanding.

Power Consumption

With a rated board TDP of 75W, due to extra features this card requires a 6-pin power connector in order to function.


The GTX 1050 Windforce OC will enable mid-level graphics performance on modern AAA 2016 released games. Although there will be variations on this frame rate we expect this card to deliver around 53+ FPS on medium graphics settings at a 1080p screen resolution.
Comparatively, this card will have slightly faster performance than the GTX 960.

System Suggestions

The GeForce GTX 1050 Windforce OC is best suited for resolutions up to and including 1920×1080, so our recommendation would be to use 1600×900 in order to get the most out of your settings. We recommend a high-end processor such as the i5-6500 and 8GB of RAM for optimal performance.