EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SC (Single ACX) vs GigaByte AMD RX 470
**testing rig**
- AMD FX-9590 at 4GHz
- Windows 10 pro - with latest drivers
- 2400MHz NB Frequency.
- 2600MHz HyperTransport Link
- 32GB DDR3-2133MHz RAM (game fully loaded to memory, no stuttering)


**Game tested**
StarCraft II
- settings: all ultra/screen
- 1680x1050 screen resolution



Device1 : EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SC (Single ACX)
- +135MHz to GPU offset
- +840MHz to memory offset
- voltage slider raised to max
- onboard fan disconnected for extra power
- improved cooling solution for more thermal headroom

http://echostorms.net/gpu-compare/1050%20Ti.flv

file size: 1.41 GB
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Device2: GigaByte AMD RX 470
- video has OC details


URL: http://echostorms.net/gpu-compare/AMD%20RX%20470.flv

file size: 1.34 GB
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Device3: PNY GTX 260 (192 shaders / 896MB VRAM) 
core voltage: 1200mV

GPU clock: 576->610MHz
memory clock: 999->1050MHz

file size: 1.37 GB
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Video: H264 - MPEG-4 AVC (60 FPS)
Audio: MPEG AAC Audio (Stereo)
Sample rate: 44100 MHz




VLC player -> media -> open network stream

AMD RX 470

GTX 1050 Ti

GTX 960

GTX 260