Zotac 1050 ti LP low profile 4GB (great for SFF Dell) - £156.95 delivered @ ebuyer
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Zotac 1050 ti LP low profile 4GB (great for SFF Dell) - £156.95 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 shorter in size than the MSI version so have gone with this to hopefully ensure it fits the dell

Not the best $ for performance you can get in the market but if you need something that runs on a low wattage PSU and small form factor then this is a good deal today
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have posted for MSI version if you prefer that one here

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Why is this tagged with vinyl?
No idea sorry. I only ticked electronics, gaming and computing

Can’t even seem to find the vinyl tag to remove it...
miffyl31 m ago

Why is this tagged with vinyl?


Removed
Oh was here for the vinyl
Been waiting forever since prices went up from crypto craze, and they have recently started to come back down to their normal prices after they are almost at end of life (lucky us!). Am seeing MOST GPUs dropping back down to their normal prices again, some dropping in price by around 18% even - Going to wait it out for further drops, if not I will wait for next generation, which is just around the corner.
Edited by: "aky247s" 20th Jul
This is certainly the best low profile card on the market today, I have the Gigabyte version which I got for about £150 a year ago, good 1080p card.

They run hot if they don't have a fan near them though.
i know low profile cards carry a premium but this is dangerously close to a 3GB 1060 which i think would be a better option if you can squeeze it in.
This is the best card you can get for a sff sized case, no chance of squeezing a 1060 in, even if it did fit the PSU would not be powerful enough.
Edited by: "greenalien1" 20th Jul
@OP, Is this the Optiplex deal you picked up a few weeks ago - Optiplex ?

If so, I bought the same machine. The PSU is mine is 250W. This card requires 300 according to the spec sheet. Am I missing something?
The card draws 75W or less

The reason they recommend 300W is to allow for other components and maybe subpar PSU ratings

The Dell is bronze 240W and should have no trouble powering this (a cheap no brand PSU at 240W might be suspect)
Sulphur.Man58 m ago

@OP, Is this the Optiplex deal you picked up a few weeks ago - Optiplex ?


Yes same one - happy to report working status for you when it arrives if you prefer to wait
Just to confirm the card fits and works (actually a touch shorter than the card it replaces)

Haven’t stress tested it yet but it ran through some benchmarks no problem

One thing I did notice is the fans spin quite fast even when the card is effectively idle. Looked into it and appears to be a bios locked minimum so if noise is important to anyone that could be an annoyance (it’s not ‘noisy’ but I noticed it enough to check
DuncanMiller27th Jul

Just to confirm the card fits and works (actually a touch shorter than the …Just to confirm the card fits and works (actually a touch shorter than the card it replaces)Haven’t stress tested it yet but it ran through some benchmarks no problemOne thing I did notice is the fans spin quite fast even when the card is effectively idle. Looked into it and appears to be a bios locked minimum so if noise is important to anyone that could be an annoyance (it’s not ‘noisy’ but I noticed it enough to check


I am interested in the same combo you have made. What kind of temperatures do you get on the GPU and CPU?
Edited by: "chrisjordan666" 28th Jul
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