MSI Gtx 1050ti 4gb Graphics Card £119.99 @ Ebuyer
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MSI Gtx 1050ti 4gb Graphics Card £119.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 20th Nov
MSI GTX 1050ti Graphics card for 119.99 with free delivery. Cheapest I've seen it by quite some distance!

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Sweet deal. Have only seen 1050 ti prices rise in the last two months, so this should be a welcome sight for anyone looking to get a cheap graphics card.

Is it worth just waiting for the 1060 ti to drop in price?

gardenvaleonline5 m ago

Is it worth just waiting for the 1060 ti to drop in price?


I'm personally waiting (hoping) for the 1060 to drop a little bit more. The difference between the 1050 ti and the 1060 is quite large.

gardenvaleonline10 m ago

Is it worth just waiting for the 1060 ti to drop in price?


what's a 1060ti

gardenvaleonline17 m ago

Is it worth just waiting for the 1060 ti to drop in price?

I m waiting for 1060 6gb to drop the price. Only 4 days till black friday.

Smithers3712 m ago

I'm personally waiting (hoping) for the 1060 to drop a little bit more. …I'm personally waiting (hoping) for the 1060 to drop a little bit more. The difference between the 1050 ti and the 1060 is quite large.



The 6GB fair enough but the 3GB is not a great stretch from a 1050ti.

tightasagnatschu2 m ago

The 6GB fair enough but the 3GB is not a great stretch from a 1050ti.



There's a massive difference. It's the 3gb vs 6gb you won't see much difference in (although the lower Vram will show at 1440p or higher).
gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…649

These good for crytocurrency mining?

Any deals on Low Profile Graphics cards? The LP version of this is still £147.

she00on9 m ago

These good for crytocurrency mining?

I believe the AMD cards are a lot more efficient for mining, but I could be wrong now?

I have the Palit version of this card and it's a fine card for 1080p gaming (high on most games, ultra on some). Also works well in Linux with Nvidia's closed source drivers. My 1050ti doesn't need an extra power connector (some do though), which is a nice bonus. Only problem I had was the combo of the card, my Samsung 28" 4K monitor and the Displayport cable that came with the monitor didn't work at 4K properly (was fine at 1080p though).

Ended up buying a 15 quid Accell Displayport 3m cable on Amazon UK (currently unavailable, sadly) after some research showed other 1050ti users had a similar problem. The new cable worked perfectly, so it was worth the high price.

Does anyone know if this would fit into an alienware x51

Cpt.Negative8 m ago

Does anyone know if this would fit into an alienware x51


I would say that Alienware are really the people you need to ask for an authoritative answer, rather than a deal forum; however, check out this video. If it looks the same as your Alienware (i dont know if it went through changes over time) then there is a good chance the answer would be yes. Certainly a 1050ti in general terms would be a good card for it.
However, personally i'd buy a 1050ti with the shortest possible length just to be sure.

It's a good price but I do think spending a bit more for the GTX 1060 is worth it, since most new games are starting to have it as the recommended card. Been enjoying 60FPS on a lot of titles!

From what I've heard the GTX 1060 3GB has the performance of a card between the GTX 970 and 980 but is crippled by lack of VRAM. It's a shame as it means a limited lifespan. They should go made it 4GB and added another £20 to the price.
Edited by: "kester76" 20th Nov

she00on1 h, 26 m ago

These good for crytocurrency mining?

Don't bother.

If you want to play mainly AAA games (on highest settings) and keep your card for a while, aim for 1060, but this card is decent for a budget.

I’m sorry, I’ve tried googling it, but what’s the difference between the one in the deal and this one please?
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Cpt.Negative1 h, 43 m ago

Does anyone know if this would fit into an alienware x51


It might do, but due to the shape of the case, you ideally need a blower-style card, which pushes hot air out of the end of the card, rather than into the case, like this card does. Check out one of the alienware x51 forums for a bit more detail.

cheapest ive seen a 1050ti paid £140 for mine only weeks ago MSI is a good brand too

jmn1609199043 m ago

I’m sorry, I’ve tried googling it, but what’s the difference between the on …I’m sorry, I’ve tried googling it, but what’s the difference between the one in the deal and this one please?[Image]


scan.co.uk/pro…ost

From what I can see clocks are very slightly faster (like negligibly so) and one has a twin frozr fan setup? not sure how thats any better than the two standard fans in op's deal though. Practically though I think they'd both perform the same.

lezla31 m ago

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/msi-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-gaming-x-4gb-gddr5-graphics-card-768-core-1354mhz-gpu-1468mhz-boostFrom what I can see clocks are very slightly faster (like negligibly so) and one has a twin frozr fan setup? not sure how thats any better than the two standard fans in op's deal though. Practically though I think they'd both perform the same.


Pretty much. It is factory overclocked with a slightly better cooler. You could always overclock yourself and mach performance.

she00on4 h, 20 m ago

These good for crytocurrency mining?


Efficient but weak for mining and totally depends what coins. Personally, I wouldn't bother. If you really want to mine and have just one card, get a GTX 1070 or a Radeon RX 570/580 (or Vega). nVidia excels at Zcash particularly and offers similar speeds to AMD, but using less power and costing more money. 1050Ti on Ethereum does about 12-14MH/s.

Get it for gaming.

jmn160919908 h, 25 m ago

I’m sorry, I’ve tried googling it, but what’s the difference between the on …I’m sorry, I’ve tried googling it, but what’s the difference between the one in the deal and this one please?[Image]


Nearly nothing. Manufacturers will market differences in clock rate to differentiate their products (both within their own range, and vs competitors) however it really only adds up to a few % here and there.... nothing that you could visually discern in any game.
Dont buy a card based on clock rate (at least, when comparing a 1050ti to another 1050ti).
Buy based on features, price, energy consumption, heat, noise, reliability, warranty, design, size or any combination thereof. But not clock rate.
Edited by: "Msic" 21st Nov

Thank you to those that have answered my question.

I’m building my first machine and I’m not sure what graphics card to get. I’ve been told to look for a GTX 970 / 980, but I’ve looked around and they are also more expensive than this. I won’t be gaming much on it, but I’d like it to be capable of outputting decent graphics.I can’t decide whether to go for this or wait for Friday and hope this deal remains available if nothing better arises; didn’t want to spend much more to be honest.

jmn1609199021 m ago

Thank you to those that have answered my question.I’m building my first m …Thank you to those that have answered my question.I’m building my first machine and I’m not sure what graphics card to get. I’ve been told to look for a GTX 970 / 980, but I’ve looked around and they are also more expensive than this. I won’t be gaming much on it, but I’d like it to be capable of outputting decent graphics.I can’t decide whether to go for this or wait for Friday and hope this deal remains available if nothing better arises; didn’t want to spend much more to be honest.


"Gaming" and "decent graphics" are subjective and debatable.
I would strongly advise looking on youtube at games you are interested in, with hardware specs that look reasonable, at the resolution you would game at.
EG "PUBG 1050ti 1080p" or "Witcher 3 1060 3GB 1080p" and see what the videos look like.

I think that unless you are very up-to-the-minute, a 1050ti will probably very pleasantly surprise you.
The next step up, a 1060 3GB, is a measurable increase, but you also would need significantly better PSU and better cooling to cope with it. The 1050 range are low power draw and low(er) heat by design. They are great.

Msic9 m ago

"Gaming" and "decent graphics" are subjective and debatable.I would …"Gaming" and "decent graphics" are subjective and debatable.I would strongly advise looking on youtube at games you are interested in, with hardware specs that look reasonable, at the resolution you would game at.EG "PUBG 1050ti 1080p" or "Witcher 3 1060 3GB 1080p" and see what the videos look like.I think that unless you are very up-to-the-minute, a 1050ti will probably very pleasantly surprise you.The next step up, a 1060 3GB, is a measurable increase, but you also would need significantly better PSU and better cooling to cope with it. The 1050 range are low power draw and low(er) heat by design. They are great.


Thanks mate

I’ve been using the benchmark site and comparing them against each other. My old machine had a 1GB GTS 250 green edition and ran Just Cause 2 beautifully! I didn’t get many other new games after that but I’ll probably have Ass Creed Org once I’ve bought the next part. For the time being I won’t be running it more than 1080p

This 1050 Ti is probably ample for me, but I can stretch a bit further so I’ll wait, see if a 1060 or 970 come up. You know what it’s like- “this one’s better” “don’t get that” “Get a VR”. All subjective like you say.

phenooo10 h, 55 m ago

It's a good price but I do think spending a bit more for the GTX 1060 is …It's a good price but I do think spending a bit more for the GTX 1060 is worth it, since most new games are starting to have it as the recommended card. Been enjoying 60FPS on a lot of titles!


'a bit more' being at least ~£45 (usually more) for the 3GB model and anything up to ~£120 extra for the 6GB model

Anyone think this will be the best price come Black Friday? Looking at either this or it’s AMD equivalent but worried there will be better deals come Friday

just like to add to what msic said .. the diff between any two 1050t1 will be very minor. The truth is as well that if they up the clock rate to get more performance that also means the card will use more juice thus produce more heat and probably be more noisy and/or a lot larger. If they need more juice tt might mean that the card requires a power connector which is one of the selling points of this card (no power connector).

I need a low profile version for a HP Elite 8300 SFF. - unless this one fits? it looks like full height with no LP bracket

skeeter90917 h, 5 m ago

I need a low profile version for a HP Elite 8300 SFF. - unless this one …I need a low profile version for a HP Elite 8300 SFF. - unless this one fits? it looks like full height with no LP bracket


You probably want this one, or one very like it:
ebuyer.com/780…-lp

Msic8 h, 29 m ago

You probably want this one, or one very like …You probably want this one, or one very like it:https://www.ebuyer.com/780604-msi-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-graphics-card-gtx-1050-ti-4gt-lp



I might go for the 2GB Gigagyte OC LP version. Mainly for video editing and mid-resolution accelleration rather than gaming.

Out of stock

Anyone find any other 1050ti at this price? I've found "oos" on a couple of other but none in... Next seems to be £140+

DingIs21 h, 6 m ago

Anyone find any other 1050ti at this price? I've found "oos" on a couple …Anyone find any other 1050ti at this price? I've found "oos" on a couple of other but none in... Next seems to be £140+



Amazon had one at £125 this morning, when I added to basket it changed to £140..!!!!

Dodgy oiks!
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