MSI Computer Video Graphic Cards GeForce GTX 1050 TI GAMING X 4G, 4GB

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  • Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 It
  • Video memory: 4gb gddr5
  • Memory interface: 128-bit; Cores: 768 units
  • Max. resolution: 2560 x 1600 support 3x display monitorsAvoid using unofficial software
  • Card dimension (millimeter): 229 x 131 x 39. Digital maximum resolution: 7680 x 4320
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MSI Computer Video Graphic Cards GeForce GTX 1050 TI GAMING X 4G, 4GB
MSI Computer Video Graphic Cards GeForce GTX 1050 TI GAMING X 4G, 4GB

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Specification: MSI Computer Video Graphic Cards GeForce GTX 1050 TI GAMING X 4G, 4GB

Max Screen Resolution

‎7680 x 4320, 2560 x 1600

Memory Speed

‎7108 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Chipset Brand

‎GTX 1050

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎4 GB

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Brand

‎MSI

Series

‎GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GAMING X 4G

Item model number

‎GeForce GTX 1050 TI GAMING X 4G

Hardware Platform

‎PlayStation Portable

Item Weight

‎1.16 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.01 x 1.54 x 5.16 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.01 x 1.54 x 5.16 inches

Processor Brand

‎Nvidia

Computer Memory Type

‎GDDR5

Manufacturer

‎MSI Computer

Country of Origin

‎USA

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎October 25, 2016

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  1. Leonardo

    I purchased this for my new PC. I have one in another PC, and it worked so well over the years I just purchased another on this month. I hope it lasts as long as the one and still working.

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  2. FootballPlayingKitten

    If you need a card for a low-profile system (e.g. mATX X299 or Ryzen without on-board video) based on nV platform then this is ideal.

    It has the latest nV architecture rather than the much older 710/730 series. Thus it should be supported for a much longer time.
    It does not have a fan (passive cooling) with a nice black heatsink.
    It has the «modern» HDMI + display-port connectors (don’t need DVI or VGA anymore)
    It does come with a low-profile bracket in the box (some don’t!)
    The price is good also.

    Do note that the BIOS may not be latest — for a 1030 does not really matter but you can download upgraded BIOS for it and/or update the UEFI firmware for better compatibility.

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  3. Ari Nicole

    I’m glad I came across this because everywhere else this was super expensive. This has been working for me for about 4 years. Hasn’t gone bad on me!

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  4. Marlin Ocean

    Overall a decent Graphics card, gameplay and graphics is good when the graphics settings is medium (or) normal . But when the game graphics is set to high and ultra , the video lag occurs . Even it’s not a annoying constant issue it happens rarely

    So overall it’s a decent card for moderate and regular games

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  5. Col Mustard

    I have since replaced this with GTX 1070 and see no difference in performance the 1050 performs great and uses very little power doing it and very little noise not like its big brother the gtx 1070

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  6. andres

    cumple con todo lo descrito en la informacion del producto y se tardo poco en llegar

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  7. Deftu

    I bought this GPU with not much hope for it being all too good, especially for newer AAA games. However I was pleasantly surprised to learn that it still runs a lot of modern games, at low-medium settings, at more than playable framerates.

    I’d definitely still recommend this card for beginner PC gamers or people on a tight budget. It’s more than worth the purchase.

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  8. Ross M.

    I bought this 1050TI to upgrade a machine with an i5 3470, 8GB RAM system.

    To start with it is a nice looking card. Was easy to install and gives you 4GB VRAM with no external power required, just slot into a free PCI-E x16 slot, install the Nvidia drivers and away you go.

    I am currently playing World of Warcraft at 1080p reolution, graphics settings on high (Preset 7) and it’s running between 45/60FPS(locked).

    For a budget upgrade it’s pretty sweet. I paid about £124 so for the price it’s a good buy. There are no real cons apart from the fact the 1060 3GB or 1660 6GB is better but more expensive so looking purely at Price/Performance I am more than happy with this card

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  9. Tom

    Before I got this graphics card I cheaped out and bought a nivadia geforce MSI 710 which made no impact on my 12fps low resolution and minimal settings. Since installing this gtx Geforce 1050ti I now run my games at a whopping 60fps maxed out resolution and settings. Low resolution I get over 100+ fps.

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  10. Liam K.

    AMAZING. Great GPU for the price compared to the GTX 1060 or GTX 1070 right now. Absolutely great, can now run pretty much ANY game at 1080p medium/high settings at 60fps+. Games that work really well with this are; Overwatch, DOOM (2016), Fortnite, Minecraft, CS:GO, League Of Legends and ANY Indie game should work. Other than those, as long as the games are somewhat well optimised the GTX 1050 Ti will get it done.

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  11. G. Ritter von Olfers-Batocki

    Finally arrived 1 Month late — still showing as lost/no delivery. It works with the Dell SFF 3470/3471 small desktops who have an PSU of 200 Watts. Mine has 200 W and this card will work with it. I use MSI Afterburner but only installed the drivers Windows downloads and the nVIDIA control panel on Microsoft Store. Should Dell guide you to the GT 730 only then just go with this GT 1030 since it works and doesnt overstress the PSU, as long you dont overclock this Graphics. I have the 9th gen i3-9100 quad core no hyperthreading but boost enabled processor in my new rig. That combined with total of 24 GB of RAM and this GT 1030 is an well matched system. On an test game (H&G) the Processor load hovers around 65%, the max RAM used is about 10.5 GB of RAM and the GT 1030 is loaded to about 99% on medium settings and at 1080p resolution which gave around 40 FPS (at 720p and low settings the GT 1030 is loaded to about 68% using 8 GB of system RAM, which gives around 60 FPS) . With MSI Afterburner I limited the max Temperature of the GT 1030 to 68 Celsius with 87% power and fan on auto (50% fan speed when 68 Celsius is reached at about 1300 MHz clock speed average — it clocks down at max temp) to maximize card longevity. At normal office work and entertainment like movie watching, etc the GT 1030 has an average temperature of around 41 degrees Celsius at 700 Mhz clock and fan at 35%. So be aware that this GT 1030 is by all means the bottle neck of this system and most likely any new processor with enough RAM will outperform this Graphic card. So low end new processors match well with this Card. The integrated UHD 630 of the processor had way more stutters and probably half as much FPS as the game was with this card way more playable, had better graphics and a very smooth picture scroll when turning around (FPS). With the integrated graphics (UHD 630) the total system RAM used was as high as 50% meaning around 12 GB.
    So overall I just recommend this GT 1030 since it gives an way better experience and is a very good match to any low powered systems and low end new gen processors. With this particular game the GT 1030 was pegged at 99%, while the CPU hovered around up to max 75% and the RAM today needed for this system would be about at least 12 GB (I had 24 GB total RAM installed). All mayor components match each other very well with this system. The box states the transistors are «military grade» and have an aluminum core, while the card lasts 40 years normal office use at 60 Degrees Celsius (365000 hours) and 10 years for gaming when at 70 Degrees Celsius (112000 hours). While both fans, of the CPU and GT 1030 are on there is an noticeable humming sound when the graphics are not temp limited which could get annoying over time for students, etc (people used to total silence environment). While on entertaining (watching movies, Youtube, etc) the fans humming is not noticeable. The Dell SFF I have has only one single fan for the CPU and no desktop chassis fans whatsoever, additionally to the PSU fan. So the GT 1030’s fan will provide a better air flow within the chassis as to help cool surrounding components as well as it moves air within the chassis. Thats a good thing although not totally silent. On 99% load, 68 Celsius temp limit, the GT 1030 fan is not noticeable louder as at normal 35% speed — again, no overclocking. To overclock (which I am not a friend of since it shortens the GT 1030’s life span) the PSU must be at least 300 Watts. So in my case with an 200 Watt PSU I would never risk to overclock this GPU. It works and is an good GPU for medium games, Foto rendering and video editing. At least an 100% improvement over the UHD 630 integrated Graphics the i3-9100 came with. However the GT 1030 is not noticeable lowering the work load of the processor since it has similar loads with integrated or this dedicated card — indicating the GT 1030 is not helping the CPU processing its chores. I recommend this GT 1030 since its for sure an improvement over any integrated Intel graphics (dunno about the Ryzen integrated Vega 11 of ATI, since that should be similar to the GT 1030). Get the GDDR5 instead of the GDDR4. On my system the Memory speed of the GT 1030 clocks at 3000 Mhz while the card states its capable of 6000 Mhz — PCIe states 4 lanes used (or something) which maybe the cause of that.

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  12. Rick Stevens

    I bought this GPU primarily for retro gaming. So far, it works well up to PS1 games. Haven’t tried PS2 or newer yet. Noise level isn’t very noticeable, not distracting at all. Looks good in the case. Quite happy with it.

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  13. John C.

    I purchased the MSI GTX 1050 graphics card in order to extend video to additional monitors. My LG monitors have Display Port and HDMI inputs. I was unable to get the Video Port => Video Port or the Video Port => HDMI from the 1050 to work with either monitor due to failure to recognize a second monitor. I tried additional cables which did not work either.
    After many hours of trial and error and investigation I found a tip from another user. He said to turn off power to the computer and monitors AND to disconnect the cables then to reconnect cables and power up a second time. It worked and I like the final result. I found so many people have the same issue and suggest the detailed procedure be added up front.

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