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GTX 1050 vs RX 460 World of Tanks FPS comparison results

GTX 1050 RX 460 Benchmark FPS Graphics Card Graphics

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scharnhorst310 #21 Posted Dec 31 2016 - 02:43

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Wow i for some reason didn't think a regular 1050 gtx, would perform so well on max settings. They really have come a long way this generation of cards. I bought a 1050Ti for a spare computer recently thinking that 1050gtx wouldn't be able to keep up with wot. 

donalson99 #22 Posted Dec 31 2016 - 02:47

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benchmarked my sons computer after putting in a new processor and working on the OC a bit... 

 

x58 asus gene II mobo

x5650 @ 4.3ghz (6 core HT)

7200 POS hdd

12 gig 1333mhz ddr3 ram

evga gtx 750 ti ftw vid card

 

Frames: 7112 - Time: 139860ms - Avg: 50.851 - Min: 38 - Max: 78

 

most everything at max but no AA

 

not bad for a 7 year old processor and even older system... runs better with his gtx 760 but I was trying to decide if I wanted to keep the system... the 12 virtual cores would be nice for some things I do... but I'll stick with the z97 system I have.



Bavor #23 Posted Dec 31 2016 - 03:29

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View Postscharnhorst310, on Dec 30 2016 - 20:43, said:

Wow i for some reason didn't think a regular 1050 gtx, would perform so well on max settings. They really have come a long way this generation of cards. I bought a 1050Ti for a spare computer recently thinking that 1050gtx wouldn't be able to keep up with wot. 

 

The GTX 1050 isn't bad at all at 1920x1080 and 2560x1080 in WoT.  WoT uses less than 2GB of graphics memory at 1920x1080 and 2560x1080.  Even at 3440x1440 resolution, WoT rarely uses over 3 GB of graphics memory.  So 2 GB graphics cards still perform well.



Bavor #24 Posted Dec 31 2016 - 03:32

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View Postdonalson99, on Dec 30 2016 - 20:47, said:

benchmarked my sons computer after putting in a new processor and working on the OC a bit... 

 

x58 asus gene II mobo

x5650 @ 4.3ghz (6 core HT)

7200 POS hdd

12 gig 1333mhz ddr3 ram

evga gtx 750 ti ftw vid card

 

Frames: 7112 - Time: 139860ms - Avg: 50.851 - Min: 38 - Max: 78

 

most everything at max but no AA

 

not bad for a 7 year old processor and even older system... runs better with his gtx 760 but I was trying to decide if I wanted to keep the system... the 12 virtual cores would be nice for some things I do... but I'll stick with the z97 system I have.

 

Its hard to compare results unless everyone uses the same replay.  Average and minimum FPS can vary by 15-20 FPS between replays depending on the map and the tanks in battle.  The GTX 750 ti was a few FPS slower than the RX 460 in WoT at 1920x1080 when using the Maximum and High graphics presets when I tested it.

donalson99 #25 Posted Dec 31 2016 - 07:10

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View PostBavor, on Dec 30 2016 - 20:32, said:

 

Its hard to compare results unless everyone uses the same replay.  Average and minimum FPS can vary by 15-20 FPS between replays depending on the map and the tanks in battle.  The GTX 750 ti was a few FPS slower than the RX 460 in WoT at 1920x1080 when using the Maximum and High graphics presets when I tested it.

 

spot on... really also needs to have same settings if it's going to be an apples to apples comparison... 

gloom13 #26 Posted Dec 31 2016 - 14:36

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1050ti seems like a much better deal. 2 more gigs of vram, and nothing turned off unlike 1050. for a few more dollars.

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View Postgloom13, on Dec 31 2016 - 08:36, said:

1050ti seems like a much better deal. 2 more gigs of vram, and nothing turned off unlike 1050. for a few more dollars.

 

Its a lot more than a few more dollars.  A GTX 1050 can be purchased for $99-$105.  A GTX 1050 ti is $135-$145 starting price.




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