What is even there to despise when we’re discussing about GALAX’s design on various GPUs? It seems like every time the name GALAX appears on some of the most beloved GPUS, especially the GTX series, I can’t help but imagine the GPU’s over-the-top sturdy feel, silkily-textured body and the manly GALAX logos embedded on its fans. These are all certainly true with the GALAX GeForce GTX 1050 Ti EXOC White, only with the white color, obviously.
With GALAX’s designing prowess, they coated the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with vanilla white that would seemingly make every gamer buy a transparent ATX case, or just simply remove the side panel of their rig if they don’t have enough budget. What would be an enthralling view to lay your eyes upon if you’re looking to assemble a tundra-themed desktop! There are no cheesy features on its design, just a pure charisma of pure snow white. Apparently, GALAX has once again become the victor on this department.
Aesthetics aside, the GALAX GeForce GTX 1050 Ti EXOC White comes with the following:
1.Base clock of 1354MHz and boost clock of 1468MHz
2.Memory speed of 3504-7008MHz
3.Memory bandwidth of 112 GB/s
4.2 DVI ports (1 HDMI port and 1 DisplayPort)
5.6-pin PCIe power connector for a more efficient overclocking
GALAX is the only one that delivers better overclocking than any other versions of the GTX 1050 Ti mainly due to its 6-pin PCIe power connector which gives the graphics card a smooth-sailing boost.
We were able to see how the GALAX GeForce GTX 1050 Ti EXOC White handled Battlefield 4 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s fps (frames per second). Simply put, the GPU, in all considerations, has managed to average a playable rate of 30-40fps in ultra settings and a greater 45-55fps in higher settings on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which had our crazy camera panning just to see how the fps fluctuates, zooming in at Geralt’s glorious girly hair whipping back and forth while strenuously torturing his horse by endlessly galloping throughout the wilderness of Continent, killing friendly NPCs, staring at the sunset, etc. Battlefield 4, which only demands 1080p, played at a stable rate of 60fps in ultra settings.
Of course, we tested the GALAX GeForce GTX 1050 Ti EXOC White using the PerformanceTest benchmark software, and below is what we’ve got:
GALAX has probably delivered the best GTX 1050 in the market. There is nothing much to say about this device other than its great ability to handle all 1080p games and other higher graphic-intensive games, not to mention its charming snow vibe. Basing through its aesthetics, this is certainly the cleanest-looking entry-level graphics card which aims to attract gamers who are considering a budget GPU. This is a one solid buy, a must-buy if you will.