EVGA - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SSC Gaming 4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card - Black

The EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti hit the perfect spot for that upgrade you know you need, but at the price you want! With the latest NVIDIA Pascal architecture, the 4GB GTX 1050 Ti displays stunning visuals and great performance at 1080p HD.

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Overview

What's Included


  • EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SSC Gaming 4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (469 out of 479)

Features


Powered by the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics processing unit (GPU)

1366MHz clock speed and 1480MHz boost clock speed to meet the needs of demanding games.

4GB GDDR5 (128-bit) on-board memory

768 CUDA processing cores and up to 112.16GB/sec. of memory bandwidth provide the memory needed to create striking visual realism.

PCI Express 3.0 x16 interface

Offers compatibility with a range of systems. Also includes DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs for expanded connectivity.

NVIDIA GameStream Technology

Stream extreme GeForce GTX PC gaming experiences to portable device like NVIDIA SHIELD with super-smooth, low-latency performance.

NVIDIA Ansel

Revolutionary new 360-degree image capture.

NVIDIA CUDA technology

Harnesses the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU) to optimize computing performance.

NVIDIA G-SYNC Ready

Scenes appear instantly, objects look sharper, and gameplay is super smooth, giving you a stunning visual experience and a serious competitive edge.

DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5 and Vulkan support

Enhances gameplay by delivering ultra realistic images, detail and texture and improved lighting effects that create lifelike interactivity.


Overall customer rating

4.7
98%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A beast of a budget card!

    Posted
    SamA
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    I have always been a console gamer, but I did dabble in some games on the PC (CSGO, SC2, Heroes of the Storm, Paladins, GTAV --for mods--, and couple other games). It was time to upgrade my GTX 570Ti, but I did not want to drop a lot of cash on a new card since, again, I don't game on the PC often and what I DO play isn't very graphic intensive (except for GTA V). This fit the bill and with my BestBuy rewards I got this card for $110. Blown away and the performance upgrade it gave me over the 570ti (naturally). All in 1080p 144hz monitor highest settings: CSGO - 150 fps + League of Legends - 150 fps + Dota 2 - 150 fps + GTA V - 60 fps + Paladins - 140 fps + Heroes of the Storm - 80 fps + Star Wars Battlefront (Medium) - 100 fps + Battlefield 4 (High) - 90 fps + Crysis 3 (High) - 45 fps + (goes up to 60+ fps on Medium) SimCity - 60 fps + FIFA 17 - 140 fps + And that's about all I can remember that I tested. Of course, lowering the settings to medium on some games increased the FPS by 15, minimum and still looked great. So if you don't care for 4K or 1440p and prefer 1080p at 144hz like me, this is a solid budget card! Stays cool, too. 60-65c under load. I will upgrade to a 6GB 1060, though, for Destiny 2 just to get the extra "umph" without breaking the bank because I love my Destiny. :) Current Rig: AMD FX-8350 4.0 Ghz (Stock) Antec Liquid Cooler Corsair Ballistix 20GB 1600Mhz RAM EVGA GTX 1050Ti 4GB ASUS Sabertooth 990FX MB CORSAIR AX850 PSU 120GB SSD/500GB HDD Thermaltake GT10 Snow Edition Case

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Value!

    Posted
    CBCC
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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I purchased this card for an older system (a Dell Precision T7400). My PC has a PCI Express 2.0 slot and it's labeled as being able to handle 75W (which is what this card requires). It also has a 1000W Power Supply. I did some research and found that a PCI Express 3.0 card will work in a 2.0 x16 slot, so I decided to try it, knowing that I could return it if necessary. The card works very well in my PC. And it's nice not having to run an extra power cable to it. Windows did its thing and installed drivers for it, so I installed the NVIDIA Experience software to get the latest NVIDIA drivers for Windows 10. I selected Custom Install and checked the Clean Installation check box. Everything went smoothly. I'm using it now with an older 24" monitor that only has VGA and DVI inputs (I'm using DVI), so my next purchase will be a new HDMI 2.0b or 4K monitor, and then a 5.1 Surround Sound system for the PC (if I can find one). Thanks Best Buy! PS - If you count on using an integrated sound card that is "built in" to the motherboard, make sure that you look at your BIOS settings first. My integrated audio was set to Auto, so the BIOS let Video Card's sound system take over. My built-in sound was therefore turned Off, and was no longer available to Windows. I entered BIOS and changed it from Auto to On, and that restored my sound.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Works well

    Posted
    Cleo
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    I bought this as a gift and haven't used the computer it was installed in very much myself. However my husband, primarily a PC gamer vs my preference for consoles, is very pleased with it. When he played Overwatch with our old GPU I believe he'd get about 20fps at the very lowest settings. With this card he's rocking 60fps minimum at the highest graphic settings. Runs very quiet. The old card I could tell when someone left a game running as there was a faint high pitched whine coming from the fans. The new card I don't hear at all. It is a very large card though so make sure you have plenty of space on all sides. We had a slight challenge fitting it at first as the manufacturer had used these short, perfect sized cables for things like the hard drive and disk drive. Trying to get this card to fit in around them was tough to begin with. Finally I pulled those cables and properly seated the card. It was a lot easier to fit the cables around the card once I did that. I'd recommend it. This is actually the upgraded version of the one my husband had on his wish list, but we caught a great Black Friday deal so figured might as well get the upgrade.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    very happy

    Posted
    dnisyndrum
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    Had been considering upgrading my graphics card for a while. I am running a Dell xps 8700 tower, stock. Came with a 635 graphics card, nothing impressive. Also running 8gb of memory and an i7 processor. I recently moved and found that my hdmi port had been damaged, so I was unable to run my second monitor and had to fall back to dvi. Installation wasn't terribly painful. Took a few videos and a little research make sure I was doing it correctly. I have never built a computer or opened one up, but I am fairly familiar with them. It fit well enough without having to move too many cables around. Thankfully, my stock power supply was enough to handle the new card, as it only draws 300watts max. My power supply can give out 460watts max. After installing the supplied drivers, I tried Obduction from Cyan Worlds. Excellent game. Was barely able to run it a minimum setting before, but am now able to run it a full power at 1080p with a decent frame rate. I also tried star trek: legacy - ultimate universe mod. Runs significantly better than before. The only card would hang up on ship explosions and take several seconds to spit out a single frame. This new 1050 ti can keep up with it and them some. Very happy with it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great for what it is, but what is isn't enough

    Posted
    Kalaxus
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    TL;DR This Card is best gaming card for the price point, buy it now but look to upgrade in a few years. High Settings, 1080 res, 60FPS, most games The 1050 TI 4GB card line offers, just about the only reasonable price card on the market at the moment. It is almost enough to do most of what you want, offers 60FPS for most games at 1080 and lower resolution at high settings. Modern games demand more power and require GeForce 1060 6GB or better to perform up to expectations. Unfortunately Crypto currency mining has pushed the market price for the 1060 and above well beyond MSRP and none of the higher end cards really offer the power that you pay for. By the time current cards return to their fair market value, they'll most likely be obsolete. So I highly recommend purchasing this card for now and waiting for the next generation for a sub $200 card to play modern games at 4k 60fps with some future proofing.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Major Power For A Bubget

    Posted
    MrCypher

    Yeah I picked up this card the other day on sale at Best Buy. I wasn't expecting a major gaming card being it was the EVGA Nvidia GTX 1050 TI and not one of the higher Nvidia 10 series cards. But man this card has blown me away. I have a old system so wanted to breath some extra life in it by adding a newer GFX card and man this one 100% did the trick. I can play all games at MAX settings at 1080p resolution @ 60hrz and all runs slick as snot. Just a few games I threw at this card maxed settings in 1080p at 60+ fps DOOM , Wolfenstein: The New Order , Batman : Arkham Knight , Middle Earth : Shadows of Mordor , Mad Max and The Elder Scrolls V : Skyrim Special Edition too name a few. Card had no issues what so ever with any of these games. So in short all I can say is its a real good card by EVGA and Amazing Price by Best Buy! I would highly recommend this card for anyone on a budget that's needs a new card with DX12 to punch through todays games without punching a hole in your wallet.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best card option for a ready built PC

    Posted
    Stag
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    If you have a computer like a Dell Optiplex with a great I7 processor, a decent amount of ram, and a mediocre PSU. This card is the best bang for your buck you are going to get where you can run current gen games on Very High settings, even some ultra settings and get 60FPS! It's a very underrated card and does the job extremely well. Though it has NO power input so if you are looking to Overclock it even further then you may want to consider the FTW edition though I don't think that's available from Best buy iirc. Best to go check some options if you are looking to boost further. Otherwise if you want a affordable, toss in card that'll let you play games like PUBG, Overwatch, Rocket League, CSGO, etc then I recommend this card. It has opened up all current gen doors and allows my older games like Diablo 3, Starcraft 2, and Heroes of the storm to really shine! No regrets :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Evga 1050 ti GTX

    Posted
    StrykerFour
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    I wasn't sure what to expect. I had upgraded from a MSI 660 TI GTX that broke down on me after 6 years. So I went back with EVGA nothing against MSI. Love MSI. Its just what best buy at the store had is the EVGA 1050 TI. At first I wasn't expecting much out of it. Though to my surprise it runs my games great. More so older ones from 2054 and below. I get over 100 frame rates on battlefield 4 which is awesome among other older games at max settings. Plus it comes with 4gb of vram. Which is a bonus to it. Now I don't know how modern games would run on it at 1080p I would assume around medium to high settings. Though regardless if you want to play old games then this will be a beast for it and you will not be disappointed. I surely glad I got it. Even though I wanted to get the 1060. I just didn't have the money for that model. And I surely don't regret just getting the EVGA 1050 ti GTX. :)

    I would recommend this to a friend



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