- Meet the GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti
- Our test system
- Test 1: The Division
- Test 2: Hitman
- Test 3: Rise of the Tomb Raider
- Test 4: Far Cry Primal
- Test 5: Ashes of the Singularity
- Test 6: Gears of War 4
- Test 7: Synthetic benchmarks
- Test 8: Power
Test 3: Rise of the Tomb Raider
Whereas Hitman adores Radeon GPUs, Rise of the Tomb Raider performs much better on GeForce cards. It’s also the single most drop-dead gorgeous PC game I’ve ever laid my eyes on. We only test the game’s DirectX 11 mode.
While the GTX 1050 cards were able to overcome Hitman’s Radeon focus to deliver a win over the RX 460, Team Red failed to pull off a similar upset in this GeForce-centric game. The GTX 1050 pummels the 4GB RX 460, and the GTX 1050 Ti outright embarrasses it by about 20 frames per second, even though the Sapphire card packed an extra six-pin power connection. Nvidia’s new cards also thoroughly outpace the older GTX 750 Ti.
Next page: Far Cry Primal