MSI GTX 1050 ti LP low profile 4GB (great for SFF Dell) - £154.98 delivered @ ebuyer
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MSI GTX 1050 ti LP low profile 4GB (great for SFF Dell) - £154.98 delivered @ ebuyer

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Found 19th Jul
I have been looking for a Low Profile 1050 ti to go with the bargain Dell Optiplex I bought a few weeks ago

I found the low profile versions tend to cost a premium over the standard or mini sizes but have now found a couple at more reasonable prices (for todays standards)

This one is slightly longer in size than the Zotac version (I just posted) so have gone with that one to hopefully ensure it fits the dell

this is slilghtly cheaper than the Zotac so if need something that runs on a low wattage PSU and small form factor but not crazy tight on space then this might better
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psmith195838 m ago

£6 more than i paid on Amazon 5 months ago


Quick, to the time machine!
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Have also posted a deal for the Zotac version if you prefer that / need the slightly smaller card

hotukdeals.com/dea…705
Why is this tagged with vinyl as well?
No idea sorry. I only ticked electronics, gaming and computing

Can’t even seem to find the vinyl tag to remove it...
miffyl18 m ago

Why is this tagged with vinyl as well?


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£6 more than i paid on Amazon 5 months ago
psmith195838 m ago

£6 more than i paid on Amazon 5 months ago


Quick, to the time machine!
tonyspoons6 m ago

Quick, to the time machine!


I bet you feel really stupid now
psmith19581 h, 9 m ago

£6 more than i paid on Amazon 5 months ago


and they have been cheaper than that - just not now unfortunately for me (and others who don't have one yet)
Lads will this work with a psu of 220?
Does the low profile affect the performance compared to the full-size version at all?
jonno1171 h, 3 m ago

Does the low profile affect the performance compared to the full-size …Does the low profile affect the performance compared to the full-size version at all?



It depends on the model. I have the full size version of this one which has higher clocks. I haven’t done any testing but it’s probably a marginal difference. A couple of frames per second, if that.

Tarek4u1 h, 3 m ago

Lads will this work with a psu of 220?



NVIDIA recommends 300 so 220 is probably pushing it.
Edited by: "Rubideux" 20th Jul
75W is the draw under load - if you have a Bronze/Silver rated PSU and not a lot of other power hungry items you *might* be ok

I am putting it into a 240W bronze rated dell and have read this will be fine
Tarek4u2 h, 39 m ago

Lads will this work with a psu of 220?


Depends on what's your other set up really, but I bet it's not going to be enough.
I recommend you to buy a second hand psw(make sure it fit in your case) with around 300w or go for gtx1030.
DuncanMiller2 h, 53 m ago

75W is the draw under load - if you have a Bronze/Silver rated PSU and not …75W is the draw under load - if you have a Bronze/Silver rated PSU and not a lot of other power hungry items you *might* be okI am putting it into a 240W bronze rated dell and have read this will be fine


The rating is DC output not power from the wall, it could be 50% efficient and pulling 440W at the wall and *should* be ok. But you are right, it’s a bit close. Personally I’d do it and then if it’s getting hot or making a racket, then think about changing it (the PSU).

Chan_Ben56 m ago

Depends on what's your other set up really, but I bet it's not going to be …Depends on what's your other set up really, but I bet it's not going to be enough.I recommend you to buy a second hand psw(make sure it fit in your case) with around 300w or go for gtx1030.



The problem with these SFF low profile machines is usually proprietary PSUs so it might not be that simple.
Chan_Ben2 h, 37 m ago

Depends on what's your other set up really, but I bet it's not going to be …Depends on what's your other set up really, but I bet it's not going to be enough.I recommend you to buy a second hand psw(make sure it fit in your case) with around 300w or go for gtx1030.


Thanks for the reply guys... I'm not that great with small pc's I bought a acer aspire xc-780... And can't find the right size psu... Any advice? Cos I really want to buy this gpu
Tarek4u1 h, 56 m ago

Thanks for the reply guys... I'm not that great with small pc's I bought a …Thanks for the reply guys... I'm not that great with small pc's I bought a acer aspire xc-780... And can't find the right size psu... Any advice? Cos I really want to buy this gpu



It's more than likely a custom made PSU made to fit so it will probably be really difficult to find a replacement. The only other thing i can think of would be buying a cheap Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX case and a PSU and move everything over. That's probably an extra £50-£60 though.
Edited by: "Rubideux" 20th Jul
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