The GTX 1050 Ti might be getting most of the love but we should not forget about the non-Ti version. The Asus GTX 1050 Dual 2 GB has been launched and I have to say that the white and blue card looks pretty good. The card is mostly white but there are blue accents here and there. It is a good combination and one that we do not see so commonly.
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Like other GTX 1050s you do not need any additional power and this makes the Asus GTX 1050 Dual a great plug and play option for people that have a pre-built PC and need some more graphical performance. The Asus GTX 1050 Dual has a TDP of 75W.
- CPU: INTEL i7-5820K @ 4.2 GHz
- MB: ASRock X99X Killer/3.1
- RAM: AVEXIR DDR4-2666 32GB
- GPU: ASUS DUAL GTX 1050 2G
- SSD: OCZ ARC 100 120GB
- HDD: WD Blue 640GB / Seagate SSHD 1TB
- PSU: Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 600W CPU
- Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120M
- Case: Cooler Master Enforcer
- OS: Windows 10 x64
Asus GTX 1050 Dual 2 GB Benchmarks
3D Mark Time Spy
When it comes to 3D Mark Time Spy, the Asus GTX 1050 Dual manages a score of 2006 points.
3D Mark Fire Strike
When it comes to Fire Strike, the GPU has a score of 6149.
3D Mark Fire Strike Extreme
Here the Asus GTX 1050 managed to score 3092 points. This may not be exceptionally great numbers but considering the price that you are paying for the performance, it is decent, to say the least.
When it comes to the Unigine Heaven benchmark the Asus GTX 1050 was able to score 1083 with an average FPS of 43.
Asus GTX 1050 Dual Gaming Benchmarks
The Asus GTX 1050 Dual manages to achieve an average FPS of 56. Here you can see the graph of the FPS counter and the images of what you can expect the game to be like when you play it on the Asus GTX 1050.
Let us know what you think about the Asus GTX 1050 and whether or not you would consider buying one of these GPUs.