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GTX 1050 ti

Just now, Dustin 2812 said:

I just built a budget system.  Ryzen 3 3400g.  Msi tomahawk max motherboard.   Do u recommend the 1050ti or look into a rx 480 or 580?

Really depends on what you can get used, as you are more dependent on what people are offering.

What PSU do you have?

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2 minutes ago, Dustin 2812 said:

Gigabyte GTX 1050 ti 4gb used for $90!   Is that a good deal?? 

Looking at US eBay, it seems like the GTX 1050 Ti goes for between 70 and 110 US dollars. Most are at 90-100 USD.

Doesn't look like a special deal.

 

Seems like RX 480/580 cards (excluding the mining cards) for around 90-100 USD too, which might be an option too if you have a decent PSU. The RX 480/580 has  better performance too.


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Sort of? Good price if you cant afford to use a PCIe power connector (I assume it doesnt, that's the point of the 1050/1050ti) but the card itself needs to drop graphics settings to the floor in order to play major titles.


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1 minute ago, minibois said:

Looking at US eBay, it seems like the GTX 1050 Ti goes for between 70 and 110 US dollars. Most are at 90-100 USD.

Doesn't look like a special deal.

 

Seems like RX 480/580 cards (excluding the mining cards) for around 90-100 USD too, which might be an option too if you have a decent PSU. The RX 480/580 has  better performance too.

I just built a budget system.  Ryzen 3 3400g.  Msi tomahawk max motherboard.   Do u recommend the 1050ti or look into a rx 480 or 580?

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Just now, Dustin 2812 said:

I just built a budget system.  Ryzen 3 3400g.  Msi tomahawk max motherboard.   Do u recommend the 1050ti or look into a rx 480 or 580?

Really depends on what you can get used, as you are more dependent on what people are offering.

What PSU do you have?


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2 minutes ago, minibois said:

Really depends on what you can get used, as you are more dependent on what people are offering.

What PSU do you have?

EVGA 650

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EVGA 650

Do you have a specific model number, like BQ, BW, G2, etc. etc. as EVGA has a lot of different PSU's which range from really good to really bad.


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Absolutely not. The RX 570 can be found for the same price and absolutely crushes the 1050 Ti. The 1050 Ti sucks.

 

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2 minutes ago, minibois said:

Do you have a specific model number, like BQ, BW, G2, etc. etc. as EVGA has a lot of different PSU's which range from really good to really bad.

100-W1-0600-K1

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If you already have a 3400G then I'd probably go for something better than a 1050Ti. It is faster than the integrated Vega 11 graphics sure, but not by a groundbreaking amount. Maybe save up a little more if you can and go for a used 1060 or RX 480/570?


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2 minutes ago, Dustin 2812 said:

100-W1-0600-K1

For the same price as a GTX 1050 Ti, an RX 470/570/480/580 is a much better options (the latter two being the best), but I couldn't really recommend these videocards (including the 1050 Ti) on that power supply.

Have you bought that PSU already? As I would recommend a new Corsair CX450/CX550 or Be Quiet Pure Power 11 450/550W over that PSU.


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4 minutes ago, SteveGrabowski0 said:

Absolutely not. The RX 570 can be found for the same price and absolutely crushes the 1050 Ti. The 1050 Ti sucks.

 

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What about this then?   It's on sale?

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Just now, minibois said:

For the same price as a GTX 1050 Ti, an RX 470/570/480/580 is a much better options (the latter two being the best), but I couldn't really recommend these videocards (including the 1050 Ti) on that power supply.

Have you bought that PSU already? As I would recommend a new Corsair CX450/CX550 or Be Quiet Pure Power 11 450/550W over that PSU.

Yes already bought

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4 minutes ago, Dustin 2812 said:

What about this then?   It's on sale?

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If you want to buy new, here is an RX 570 for $110 with three months of XBox Game Pass

 

https://www.newegg.com/sapphire-radeon-rx-570-100412p4gitxl/p/N82E16814202311?


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1 minute ago, SteveGrabowski0 said:

If you want to buy new, here is an RX 570 for $110 with three months of XBox Game Pass

 

https://www.newegg.com/sapphire-radeon-rx-570-100412p4gitxl/p/N82E16814202311?

^^^ Hell yeah. I've had multiple 1050 Tis and a 570 (mine was the Strix). The 570 absolutely wipes the floor with the 1050 Ti, it'll handle 1080p high/ultra easily, whereas the 1050 Ti can struggle for med/high in a lot of titles now. It's really only an option if you need a PCIe power only GPU (so a 75W or lower card that only needs slot power), but the 1650 is a better GPU to fill that gap now. 


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43 minutes ago, Dustin 2812 said:

Gigabyte GTX 1050 ti 4gb used for $90!   Is that a good deal?? 

Honestly, I'd steer clear of the 1050ti...it's a very underwhelming card. You should be able to find a RX 570/480 for around the same price, which will blow the 1050ti away.

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4 minutes ago, steelo said:

Honestly, I'd steer clear of the 1050ti...it's a very underwhelming card. You should be able to find a RX 570/480 for around the same price, which will blow the 1050ti away.

 

18 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

^^^ Hell yeah. I've had multiple 1050 Tis and a 570 (mine was the Strix). The 570 absolutely wipes the floor with the 1050 Ti, it'll handle 1080p high/ultra easily, whereas the 1050 Ti can struggle for med/high in a lot of titles now. It's really only an option if you need a PCIe power only GPU (so a 75W or lower card that only needs slot power), but the 1650 is a better GPU to fill that gap now. 

Agree with both of you here (570 probably folds better too)


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