For testing power consumption, we took our test system and plugged it into a Kill-A-Watt power meter. For idle numbers, we allowed the system to idle on the desktop for 15 minutes and took the reading. For load numbers we ran Battlefield 4 at 1920×1080 and recorded the average idle reading and the peak gaming reading on the power meter.
Power Consumption Results: The power consumption on the three GeForce GTX 1050 Ti cards was impressive as none topped 200 Watts of power consumption at fill load while playing BF4. All the cards were within 3-4 Watts and that is fine as leakage is different on all GPUs, the clock speeds are difference on each card and they all use different cooling fans. All three of our cards used Samsung GDDR5 memory chips, so it is likely the voltages and power draws there were all the same.