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Video Card

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4 GB Video Card

(14 Ratings, 4.9 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Gigabyte

Part #

GV-N105TOC-4GD

Manufacturer

Gigabyte

Chipset

GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Memory

4 GB

Core Clock

1341 MHz

Boost Clock

1455 MHz

Effective Memory Clock

7008 MHz

Interface

PCIe x16

Color

Black / Orange

Frame Sync

G-Sync

Length

191 mm

TDP

75 W

DVI Ports

1

HDMI Ports

1

Mini-HDMI Ports

0

DisplayPort Ports

1

Mini-DisplayPort Ports

0

Expansion Slot Width

2

Number of Fans

2

DVI-D Dual-Link

1

DisplayPort

1

HDMI

1

Memory Type

GDDR5

Price History

    Reviews

    cameroon2002
    • 32 points
    • 14 months ago

    from completed build Aesthetically pleasing

    Good for the price. Good RGB ROG logo. Good software (ASUS GPU tweak2)

    heisian
    • 20 points
    • 20 months ago

    Seems good. Not a gaming enthusiast box, for work.

    theonej9
    • 18 points
    • 26 months ago

    from completed build ROOKIE

    Even though I was going for a 570 (now it only exists in Ethereum farms) I realised this was a perfect GPU for me personally. Before that though it's important to note that it does not require a single power connector making cable management a bit easier. Oh and no led light :( which was a bit disappointing but is expected because of the lack of a power connector.

    As much as I'd like to say that I game everyday (that's why I saved up for a PC because 24fps Skyrim ultra low settings on a laptop can drive a person crazy) I don't. I just watch Netflix and YouTube most of the time… ANYWAY enough of that, this GPU is more than capable of 1080p gaming at mostly high settings. Skyrim SE got around 45-60fps and an older title Fallout New Vegas got 55-60fps. Keep in mind that there was no overclocking and that you could just lower a few settings to get higher fps which I assumed you would since it's kind of a budget GPU.

    LordDiddyDot
    • 17 points
    • 31 months ago

    from completed build Theseus' Paradox

    This works great, ALTHOUGH. I thought I was gonna spend more than I actually did and had around 25$ left, so I would of spent that on a RX 470, which I recommend to anyone with a little more to spare, but thats not to say this isnt worth it, great band for buck!

    squibear
    • 16 points
    • 30 months ago

    Caught this on sale. My previous card was a Radeon HD 5570, and this one is BIG in comparison. Performs great. For the price, I couldn't ask for more.

    Bohrzor
    • 12 points
    • 18 months ago

    from completed build Black/Red Fort "Knight" Build

    With the graphic card epidemic I knew if I didn't pick up the 1050 ti at the price I got it, I would have had to spend a lot more for something like the 1060. This card works great for running Fortnite on mostly high settings at Fps around 130. You can do all Epic settings and get around 60 Fps or all high settings and get 85-100 Fps. I haven't played other games yet, but I know it works great for 1080p gaming. As of right now this card is the best return on investment for new computer builders if you can get one sub $200.

    BossChecker
    • 10 points
    • 18 months ago

    from completed build Black Star

    Works very well, quiet, and keep the card cool. It also is backed by a trusted company as well as having 2 fans in a WINDFORCE design, or at least the one I picked up.

    Otterman366
    • 10 points
    • 10 months ago

    from completed build Sleeping Beauty

    This 1050 ti seems to be the only dual fan card at the bottom of the price stackup. It isn't the twin frozr card, but it is much quieter and cooler than the asus single fan card that is at the same price. I won't dock it stars for not having a backplate, mostly because I understand that it probably would mean losing a fan, despite me wanting to see more backplates.

    BranDolphin
    • 8 points
    • 28 months ago

    from completed build The Budget Banger (AMD)

    This GPU has to be on th category of "great performance-per-dollar." At first I really wanted the GTX 1060 3Gb (for $60 more), but lowering my standards for budget's sake and going with the 1050ti was a great decision.

    For the most part, I play games that are not too GPU-intensive like Overwatch, CS:GO, and League of Legends @ 1080p, max settings, and 60fps minimum.

    This is a great GPU especially for budget builders and I stand by it.

    degas73
    • 7 points
    • 5 months ago

    from completed build My Improved MiniITX

    I debated what graphics card to buy for a long time. Since I'm running Linux there aren't that many games to really exercise a graphics card. I chose this one because it was on sale. Fortunately I started this build after the Bitcoin crash, so I never had to deal with inflated prices. Probably I could have gone with a 1050 and saved a little money, but I hope I can find a game that runs fine on Linux.

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