It might have been nice if this performance comparison also tested DX11 mode though, since I know Nvidia's cards took a performance hit for DX12 back at the game's launch. I was also a bit surprised to see how poorly Nvidia's 2GB cards fared here though, while AMD's seemed to handle the lack of VRAM more gracefully. The 2GB GTX 1050 dropped below 30fps for an extended length of time even at medium settings, and all of Nvidia's 2GB cards plummeted to single digits at anything higher than that. Meanwhile, the 2GB Radeons stayed above 30fps even at high settings. It kind of makes me wonder how these 3GB GTX 1060s will fare a year or so from now, especially when you consider that the RX 480s and even 470s all come equipped with at least 4GB.
this problem might be isolated to AMD platform. because from tom's hardware GTX1050ti & GTX1050 initial review the GTX1050 2GB is nowhere near this bad in battlefield 1 using DX12. the test back then were using intel platform (6700K):