In this video we’ll compare the performance difference between two laptops running an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti and 1060. Obviously we expect the 1060 to perform better, but by how much? We’ll find out once we get into our gaming benchmarks, which should help you choose between the 1050Ti and 1060 and find out which graphics card is right for you in your next laptop.
See how the 1050 Ti compares with the newer Max-Q 1060: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2afayQ4E-VY
Check out my other benchmark videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFBbwFM8jIbOTCvEC_s_R99iKCxZd2poF
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The problem is probably that this video was tested 18 months ago where driver and game updates are in place that didn't exist then. You also haven't mentioned CPU or memory? Is it a newer 8th gen CPU? Even the i5-8300h outperforms the i7-7700hq used in this video, and GTA is known to be a more CPU demanding game. Then of course unless you tested using the same test run as me in the game the results aren't comparable. My goal here wasn't to showcase best performance, but perform the exact same test run as closely as possible so that they would be comparable
Wait, here the witcher 3 performance is 51 fps for 1060? In your other 1060 laptop benchmarks it rarely goes beyond 40. What's the reason for high frame rates here, if you don't mind me asking? ( Sorry, I just like to binge your videos when I am bored 😛)
Which video are you comparing with? Maybe there was differences in single/dual channel memory or something. This is also an older video, so if you're comparing with newer videos maybe I changed the place I perform the test or driver updates could have affected performance over the last 18 months since I made this.
I have a GTX 760 2GB that i'm upgrading. My new GTX 1060 is in the mail :) I just watched this video to get a better visualization of what I already knew and to feel better about my purchase... and i do! I plan on keeping this card another 10-12 years like the 760. It's proven to be a damn good card, just not designed to handle games of this day and age.
Would I be able to run newer games at a medium or high graphics setting and get 60 FPS at least, for example (pubg,battlefield or call of duty) and if not should I buy the gtx 1060 laptop that only has a 60hrz refresh rate 🤷♂️
Depends what you do with it and whether you need portability. If you're just at home then a PC is of course better, cheaper and faster. A lot of people who look for laptops on the channel travel a lot for work, some take laptops with them while driving trucks all over the country etc. Personally I need a powerful laptop to edit 4K video when I travel internationally to events like CES, and generally gaming laptops are some of the few that actually offer good specs for that sort of thing.
Gonna choose 1060 for my next laptop, cause I upgrade my rig once per 4-5 years, my current asus n56 with i7 4700hq and geforce 760m still allows me to play gta 5, mad max etc. So I would better pay more now and avoid buying new laptop in nearest future
I suspect for multicore the 8750H would still be better, and for single core those power limits wont affect it, so the i7. I'm working on a 8300H vs 8750H video at the moment though, so will have more information in a future video.
i think 1060 is a wise choice for gaming laptop. who knows what kind of game will come out on 2020, i need to play at least 60fps at 1080p at low setting. with gtx 1060, i can keep my laptop longer for gaming.
Despite being out for 2 years, I still think the 1060 is a great option for 1080p gaming today with 60 FPS and good settings, I've got a lot more detailed benchmarks that are more recent showing this too 👍 the most recent would probably be the ASUS FX505 gaming laptop, you can see the benchmarks here and it's doing very well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhaQ4MtJOiA
Hey I just bought Acer nitro 5 ryzen.... N also has hp 15 with intel+amd... So I noticed something weird... my hp laptops screen looks bright n white colour looks pure white compares to my acer nitro 5s display.... Acer has some color temperature issue ..! It doesn't shows pure white...it has some yellow filter look.. But when I play games they look identical...so is it because of amd vega color settings? Or display ?
Could just be difference in quality between the screen, but you might be able to improve it by using a colour calibration tool. Have you tried changing colour settings? Some laptops have software that sets different colour profiles too which can make things look weird.
Oh I see, the i5-8300H should be plenty then, I found it around 10% better than last gen i7-7700HQ, it's a great CPU unless you really think you'll be using those extra 2 cores, but given I run multiple virtual machines for my job off a 6700HQ no problem I think you'll be just fine.
The laptop I bought has a 1050 ti 4gb GDDR5 and I could’ve gotten one with a 1060 but it was a 1060 with 3gb GDDR5 for $70 more which a 1050 ti 4gb is only a little bit behind a 1060 3gb and for $70 it wasn’t worth it
BIG mistake....u should get 1060 3gb...200$ is worth to pay more for 1060 over 1050ti bcs u cant upgrade laptop gpu...i have 1060 3gb and is same as 6gb...just less vram but vram is not important...its just for higher resolution than 1080p...i just played metro exodus 1080p/60 fps at HIGH settings with only few fps drops...fell so sorry for u bcs u didnt buy 1060
+The EmpowererBecause it was a very a bad idea getting that thing with the 1050Ti in it, if you can, always go for the faster model, no matter how much VRAM it has, that 1Gb extra just ruined your gaming experience basically
Sounds good! I've tested a lot more laptops since this time, generally 30c-40c is pretty average, depends on the idle speed of the fan and of course depends on the ambient room temperature and cooling solution of the specific laptop.
i dont know which to choose. i need it for a CAD, Lumion and Sketchup Programm.. Can anybody help me? i can but a nitro 5 with 1050ti for 999€ or 1060 for 1300€(less Ram and memory , but i can take it from my old laptop)
Hmm fair difference in price, maybe worth it though, 30% price difference and if I recall about that much of a percentage improvement going to 1060, depends how much those apps you use actually benefit from improved GPU though.
Well if you get a GTX 1060 version in your laptop you can use VR which makes the 1060 better my opinion does GTX 1050 TI is a really good graphics card but if you are really wanting good performance especially in games like Grand Theft Auto V or The Witcher or you want to play VR style games the GTX 1060 is a really good choice
Yes, i5-8300H is about 10% better than the i7-7700HQ which was in these laptops in the video, I have a comparison video between these if you want to see how well it does: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06DBdcNYqKY
I've never been under the impression that that's the case 🤔 you can still get an excellent gaming experience with them (depending on hardware of course), and there aren't really any other options if you need portability while travelling.
+Jarrod'sTech Yeah but that is why laptops are a scam they market them like they perform like desktops but in reality you lose like 30% because the laptop cant squeeze all tge performance from the card.
+dellort tog uoy Ok, well you are commenting on a video about laptop graphics specifically 😛 desktop ones perform slightly differently, plus the better CPUs would result in better performance generally.
In a laptop? Most laptops have the graphics soldered to the motherboard, so the only way you'll be able to upgrade is by buying a new laptop, worth getting the best you can at the time of purchase due to this.
As mentioned on your other comment, all of the laptops I make videos with are sent back afterwards, I don't have anything to give away at this time, but hopefully as the channel continues to grow I can do more giveaways in the future
Yeah depends if you travel I guess, I only have mine for 4k video editing when I go on trips so I need something fairly powerful, but most people that use laptops instead of desktops and never move them doesn't really make sense
+Jarrod'sTech lol it's a joke. Theyre just overpricedand dont have as good of airflow compared to their desktop counterparts, and cannot be upgraded except for ram and storage. Just seems like a no brainer to get a desktop
In Swiss 1060 will cost ~$200-$400 more than 1050ti but it's worth it. 1060 in powerful (can handle 4k), good for gaming & can handle effects in video editing.
Better safe than sorry. I think 1050 series will disappear very soon.
please make a video on:
(6gb nVidia GeForce 1050 vs 4gb nVidia GeForce 1080ti)
through this video i want to know size of VRAM is important or latest graphics with less VRAM size is more good...
please please please make a video on this...
in my country the difference between the 1050ti and 1060 is 190$ thats why ill go for the 1060 i love to game on 1080p with 60fps so the the 1060 is perfect for me 1050ti seems to have some preformance issues on new games im getting it with an i5 8300h and 8gb of ram ddr5 oh and the 1060 is 6gb its laptop and the hardrive is an ssd
I'll take the Omen 2017,
it depends on how much $300 really mean to you,
if you think its worth for doing gaming, go for it..
if you have more important thing to spend the $300 for the time being, get the cheaper one
Thanks! I haven't used either of those laptops myself so I can't speak from my own experience, however $300 is a fair bit extra at that price point, what sort of games do you plan on playing? The 1060 will definitely give you better performance, and also better longevity out of the laptop, as you can't upgrade the graphics once you buy.
Jarrod'sTech i saw a review on it. its a pretty decent unit but sadly its only got a 1050ti though
the n950kp6 on the other hand cand find a single video of its existence but its got a 1060 says eluktronics web page
It's a really good option for games, so I'd also assume it's quite good for GPU accelerated rendering tasks too, I didn't test specific applications for that so I guess just look for benchmarks for what ever particular application you have in mind.
I need advice guys!!
So I’m planning to get a laptop and I’m thinking of what is good for me.
So i like games like csgo, fortnite and maybe some gta5 and all
Also I need the laptop for school so it needs some graphic power for me personally
But i reaaally want it to be future proof like 5years at least
Should I pick the 1060 6gb?
if you want to play games like gta 5 witcher 3 and other demanding games get the 1060 if you only wanna play fortnite and csgo and you dont care about graphics get 1050ti but 1060 is better for me cause i like to play on high settings 1080p 60fps
I'd get the 1060, better graphics will make a larger difference in gaming than CPU, and also both CPUs have the same 3.9GHz all core turbo speed, the single core turbo of the 8750H is only just 100MHz higher, and most games won't really use more than 4 cores anyway so worth going for the better graphics.
Ah yeah ok that's one of the new ones, and a pretty good option for gaming, you should be pretty good for a few years with that combination I think, and if you do start to have issues with games you could probably just swap out the graphics to something newer a few years from now and still be just fine.
On the 1050Ti? CSGO and Overwatch will run great no problems at all, PUBG will probably be good around medium or lower, that one is a bit more resource intensive / less optimized, I've got some more recent benchmarks at more setting levels including those games here if you're interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2afayQ4E-VY
I include that in all my full laptop reviews, figured it wasn't really relevant here as it will vary between laptops, but yeah in every laptop review video I do I record the sounds with a meter tool at idle, while gaming, under stress test, and with the fans on maximum.
If you're mostly doing gaming, the 1060 will give you better performance in games. Although the 8750H has 6 CPU cores, most games still don't use more than 4 cores that the 8300H has, and both CPUs have the same 3.9GHz all core turbo speed anyway, so unless you really need the extra cores for something like video editing then the 8300H will be perfectly fine for gaming, basically same results I'd expect. I'm going to be comparing them in a future video, probably won't be out for a few weeks as I have a lot in the queue but that should help show you the differences.
It's still a 1050 GPU core, just with extra memory, so in general it will perform a bit better than the 1050 2GB. The 1050Ti is also available in 2GB and 4GB options, in my videos I've tested with the 4GB versions as I've never had a 2GB one for testing yet.
This comment is fake because I didn't get that. Obviously games differ based on where you are in the game and what you're doing, without a built in benchmark unless you replicate my test run you'll get different results, and that's forgetting about improvements in the game and drivers since I made this old video.
I don't have any experience with PS4 games, but I'm testing PUBG on a 1050Ti laptop at the moment and I can only get 60 FPS average at very low settings, so if you want it to run well you'd probably be better with the 1060 there. 7700HQ / 16gb of RAM is fine, no issue there.
At this point between the two I'd probably just go the 1050Ti because it's cheaper and the new generation probably isn't too far away, so if I needed something now I'd spend less then buy something better down the line - assuming you're talking about a PC that is rather than laptop, based on the mention of 7700k, in a laptop I always recommend buying the best graphics you can afford as you can't upgrade that later (you may have eGPU option over Thunderbolt though).
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