Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti vs RADEON RX 570 Review

In this article, we compare the GTX 1050 Ti vs RX 570, budget gaming graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD. The two graphics cards giants have engaged in a battle of supremacy for the best performing GPU. This benefits the gamers and pro users.  Nvidia released the GTX 1050 Ti on 26th October 2016. While, the RX 570 came out on 18th April 2017. Read on to find out which graphics card s best for you.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

The GTX 1050 Ti is a mid-level gaming graphics card built using the Pascal architecture. It is based on the fully enabled 14nm GP 107 process chip and delivered with a standard 4 GB memory. The 1050 Ti graphics card has 768 stream processors and a base clock speed of 1290 MHz which can be boosted up to 1392 MHz.

The GPU supports a maximum bandwidth of 112 GB/s using a 128-bit bus width. It operates its GDDR5 memory at 1750 MHz like all the other 1050 series graphics cards. Most versions of the GTX 1050 Ti get the power needed from the motherboard, and there is no need for additional PCI express power.

AMD Radeon RX 570

The RX 570 is a mid-level graphics card based on the average sized Polaris 20 graphics processor chip and built on the 14 nm process. The card features 2048 stream processors, 32 ROPs and 128 texture mapping units. The GPU operates at a base frequency of up to 1168 MHz which can be boosted up to 1244 MHz.

The card features 4GB or the maximum 8 GB GDDR5 memory running at 1750 MHz. It supports a maximum memory bandwidth of 224 GB/s using a 256-bit memory interface. The RX 570 supports technologies such as DirectX, FreeSync, and CrossFire in its Polaris 20 XL variant.

Relative gaming performance

The RX 570 comes up stronger in this GTX 1050 Ti vs RX 570 comparison. It tops if not doubles the 1050 Ti in almost every aspect except the clock speeds.

Both cards are pretty decent and will run most titles smoothly. Techspot run benchmarks on various titles at 1080P and 1440P using the 4GB RX 570 and the 4GB 1050 TI. For the demanding

Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the RX 570 put up an average of 52 fps which was 63% faster than the 1050 Ti’s 32 fps.

In Battlefield V, the 1050 Ti could not provide playable frame rates at 1440p, the RX 570 provided above 50 fps. The RX 570 performed well in titles that have proven not to be AMD friendly in the past such as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and GTA V.

GTX 1050 Ti vs RX 570 Comparison

On average, the Radeon RX 570 was an impressive 43% faster than the GTX 1050 Ti at 1080p, the resolution that these graphics cards are intended to be used at. The Radeon RX 570 consumes significantly more power than the 1050 Ti which is understandable considering the high difference in performance. That’s all for our GTX 1050 Ti vs RX 570 comparison. Let us know if you have any question in the comment section below!