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Palit GeForce 1050Ti StormX 4 GB Graphics Card £130.06 @ Amazon

£130.06 @ Amazon
Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 ti out there? Read More
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Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 ti out there?
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#1
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?

No, no it doesn't
8 Likes #2
Josh.Rogan
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?
No, no it doesn't

Appears that this is the TI version and the one you linked isnt
1 Like #3
elmetodo
Josh.Rogan
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?
No, no it doesn't

Appears that this is the TI version and the one you linked isnt


You're right.

30% increase in performance for a 30% increase in price. Pick the one that suits
11 Likes #4
Josh.Rogan
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?

No, no it doesn't


Haha I love it when people are so confidently wrong. Is the one you linked a TI? No, no it isn't.
#6
JmeBud

Haha I love it when people are so confidently wrong. Is the one you linked a TI? No, no it isn't.


Did OP mention TI?

No, no he didn't



Edited By: Josh.Rogan on Feb 17, 2017 16:06
4 Likes #8
Josh.Rogan
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?
No, no it doesn't

Nice fail
4 Likes #9
Josh.Rogan
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?
No, no it doesn't

FAIL
1 Like #11


palit isnt great neither is inno3d, they are both cheap brands.

Edited By: BigP50000 on Feb 17, 2017 17:26
2 Likes #12
I won't post it as it will probs go cold when people don't read it properly but if you need one for a low profile box (or you just simply don't have much room in your case) MSI have a low profile version for less than £10 more: https://www.box.co.uk/MSI_GeForce_GTX_1050Ti_4GT_LP_4GB_Graphi_2078585.html?gclid=Cj0KEQiA25rFBRC8rfyX1vjeg7YBEiQAFIb3b7dPlWHwiUT5dMv74VkG-1frblUcGUy1tGeCUaALVhgaAmur8P8HAQ

Probs worth mentioning this is the most powerful Low Profile card going now.

Edited By: carsick77 on Feb 18, 2017 07:07: Adding extra info
#13
How loud are these? Want to use it for a future HTPC build (for 4k)
#14
Naruto
How loud are these? Want to use it for a future HTPC build (for 4k)

What case you got in mind? I'm thinking of doing htpc also

Edited By: ganon on Feb 18, 2017 00:52
1 Like #15
Paid £139 on Amazon for this last week. Decent card fairly silent. I've got it paired with an old Q6600, can play any game I throw at it. Even the likes of the new RE7
#16
ganon
Naruto
How loud are these? Want to use it for a future HTPC build (for 4k)

What case you got in mind? I'm thinking of doing htpc also


Im thinking Silverstone SG1 ot Fractal Design nano of I have the space.
#17
Used one going for £110...
1 Like #18
I'd hands down take the Zotac.
#19
Good card to run games at HD and VGA resolution. Unfortunately it sucks at Full HD. Just check Resident Evil 7.
#20
elmetodo
Josh.Rogan
ganon

Seems to be the cheapest gtx 1050 to out there?
No, no it doesn't
Appears that this is the TI version and the one you linked isnt
...and this is 4GB, linked one is 2GB...
#21
I am quite clueless when it comes to graphics cards, so can anyone confirm that this works OK off the slot power and does NOT require a meaty PSU with dedicated 6pin/8pin connector(s)?
Thanks!
1 Like #22
WillieGophar
I am quite clueless when it comes to graphics cards, so can anyone confirm that this works OK off the slot power and does NOT require a meaty PSU with dedicated 6pin/8pin connector(s)?
Thanks!
No extra power cables needed :)
#23
just add another 20 quid extra - best deal ever - http://zippytom.com/asus-radeon-rx480-dual-4gb-ddr5-pcie3-dvi-2-hdmi-2-dp-1320mhz-clock-overclocked-vr-ready

zippytom and cdkeys are one company btw
#24
carsick77
I won't post it as it will probs go cold when people don't read it properly but if you need one for a low profile box (or you just simply don't have much room in your case) MSI have a low profile version for less than £10 more: https://www.box.co.uk/MSI_GeForce_GTX_1050Ti_4GT_LP_4GB_Graphi_2078585.html?gclid=Cj0KEQiA25rFBRC8rfyX1vjeg7YBEiQAFIb3b7dPlWHwiUT5dMv74VkG-1frblUcGUy1tGeCUaALVhgaAmur8P8HAQ
Probs worth mentioning this is the most powerful Low Profile card going now.

Yes, I'm torn between that and the slightly pricier Gigabyte equivalent. Any recommendations as to which is better? MSI has twin fans....
#25
tabbycat1961
carsick77
I won't post it as it will probs go cold when people don't read it properly but if you need one for a low profile box (or you just simply don't have much room in your case) MSI have a low profile version for less than £10 more: https://www.box.co.uk/MSI_GeForce_GTX_1050Ti_4GT_LP_4GB_Graphi_2078585.html?gclid=Cj0KEQiA25rFBRC8rfyX1vjeg7YBEiQAFIb3b7dPlWHwiUT5dMv74VkG-1frblUcGUy1tGeCUaALVhgaAmur8P8HAQ
Probs worth mentioning this is the most powerful Low Profile card going now.
Yes, I'm torn between that and the slightly pricier Gigabyte equivalent. Any recommendations as to which is better? MSI has twin fans....

Hi Tabby,

I havent purchased either I afraid but I rate both MSI and Gigabyte so I don't thing you will go wrong with either if I'm honest. There is a small over clock on the Gigabyte model so if it's only a couple of quid more then maybe that?

However, as you say the MSI has a dual fan so I would suspect that is better of you wish to OC yourself.

Hope that helps,
Rob
#26
Release a low profile version goddammit!
Could still get £70 for my 750 ti.
#27
Neo1607
Paid £139 on Amazon for this last week. Decent card fairly silent. I've got it paired with an old Q6600, can play any game I throw at it. Even the likes of the new RE7

You absolute madcunt! I used to run a machine with a q6600. Great processor.

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