Yeah and considering the 780ti was something like $600 when I bought it a few years ago and the 1050ti was about $120 when I snagged one earlier this year, not to mention the fact that it’s quieter and sips power in comparison as well, it’s pretty impressive that it gets pretty close in my experience. Granted, the wife’s computer with the 1050ti also has faster DDR4 RAM, a slightly newer CPU than my computer and she plays games at 1080p vs my 1920x1200 screen so it’s not an apples to apples comparison exactly. It’s likely the 780ti is a handful of FPS faster on average at 1080p with everything else being equal. The 3GB of video memory let’s the 780ti down on occasion, but I’m a 60fps snob so I’ll admit to having somewhat biased standards in this regard.
If 60fps isn’t a strict requirement, especially with gsync, then a 1050ti is probably a great choice for gaming on a modest budget