Appears just standard gtx 1050m 4GB. Check with gpu-z, as someone said before, unlike desktop version (4gb on TI and 2gb on non-TI) the mobile 1050 comes either with 2 or 4gb. If it has 640 shaders it is the 'normal', non TI version, the TI has 768 shaders, higher clocked memory and more ROPs/TMUs : 16/40 vs 32/64
I've had 3 laptops over the past 8 years: A Medion, an Acer and a Lenovo. All have been scrapped after about 3 years either due to major component failure or disintegrating due to poor build quality. The bog standard one year warranty is just not good enough for a relatively expensive item. 3 years seems to be the exception, rather than than the norm, and 5 years warranties on laptops, which would be a fairer measure of reasonable lifespan, non existent. The whole situation is so ridiculous I'm having to enforce my rights either with the reatailer via the Consumer Rights Act 2015 or failing that through a Section 75 claim via my credit card provider.
I got mine from Very early this year and it said the same 1050 4GB - I ordered it, a bit wary as it didn't say 'ti' but checked it out when it arrived and it had the 4GB version installed -
Are you sure? This looks like the non-ti to me. MSN: 30023993 This is the standard price for this model now, same price at ebuyer and laptops-direct if you prefer. The warranty situation seems to be a bit of a worry on these laptops from hukders comments.
This is the 4GBti version - Same Laptop I have.. It's a nice bit of kit for the price too