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GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
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- 49 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Boxxy- $500 Build
This thing kill! It can run most games smoothly on high settings in 1080p! And it meets the requirements for most games that uses more than 2gb vram!
- 37 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 1200 1050 Ti Ricer Drift PC
Scored 77th percentile in userbench, boosted up to about 1950Mhz! Runs quiet and cool, looks nice too. Destroys 1080p. Buy it. Buy it now.
- 27 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build AMD FX 9590 5.0Ghz GTX 1050 Ti SC Gaming / Productivity build by Button_Pusher_
She's strong, good cooling even under full load. Not a huge card at all, very small and would fit many many small cases. Love the fact that you don't need power connectors, all the power is through the PCB. She's a heck of a tank for its size and I think it'll make a fine starter GPU when I hand it down to the kids when I upgrade. Only con is the high price tag due to the inflated prices in early 2018.
- 26 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build In Win 301 "The Resurrection" X-Calibre
Affordable GPU for playing games at 1080p.
- 26 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Momma Said Noctua Out!
This is an awesome little card. Especially for entry level gaming rigs. The price, size and power are juuust riiight.
- 24 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build Shimada - $540 Gaming PC [First Build]
I pretty much only play Overwatch and some random indie games, so for $120 this card is awesome. I always have 100+ FPS on Ultra in OW with zero stutter.
- 22 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build Noob's First Practice Build
The Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti is the best video card to get if you have a budget PC with a low PSU. I prefer Nvidia cards over AMD because they have better performance per wattage ratio, and at just 75 watts, running only on the PCI-E slot without requiring any additional power cable, this card can perform much better than any other card at this wattage, thanks to the new Pascal architecture. This particular card from EVGA is overclocked to extract even more juice from the 1050 Ti, and it's certainly a better choice than other non overclocked models.
This card was the cheapest bargain on Black Friday 2016 ($169.99 CAD after MIR) and I purchased it mainly to play Skyrim Special Edition on my low-end gaming rig, and I am glad this card was released coinciding with the release of this game because this is all I need for now until The Elder Scrolls VI is released.
I have the Pentium G3258 overclocked to 4GHz, coupled with 8 GB of RAM, and with this card I was able to run the game in 1080p on Ultra at 60 FPS indoors and 40s-50s FPS outdoors depending on the complexity of the view you are facing. I even raised the game settings to Ultra++ by increasing the uGridsToLoad from 5 to 9 and tripling view distance of objects, grass & shadows, and I am getting a very playable ~30 FPS while the game has become tremendously better looking and more detailed when viewing vast open lands. So yes this card is powerful enough to play Skyrim SE very decently, in case this game matters to you.
The card never exceeded 64 C, and is usually around 60-62 C when gaming. On light desktop use it's only 28 C, and my condo is already a bit warm this time of the year with the heating turned on. The card is not noisy as well and runs generally smooth.
I am very happy with this purchase.
- 22 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Intel® Pentium® Gold G5400 + EVGA GTX 1050 Ti
I think this is the best 1050 Ti you can get on the market.
Before graphics card prices went up, this had the best price to performance ratio and balance in every aspect in my opinion.
EVGA has good warranty and customer service too.
- 21 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Our first build, father-son bonding
Very impressed with this little card and it runs on the power from the PCI-E slot. Card is short, just under 6 inches, so if space or airflow is a concern this card should be considered.
- 20 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 5 1600 Biostar X370GTN Node 202 H55 AIO Cooled ITX Editing Rig
Low benchmark scores, but great for editing and not too loud under load. This will be good enough for editing.