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EVGA - GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ACX 2.0 Video Card

( 4.8 Average / 8 Ratings )




Part #



PCI-Express x16


GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Memory Size


Memory Type


Core Clock


Boost Clock



75 Watts



SLI Support


CrossFire Support



5.71" (145mm)

Supports G-Sync


DVI-D Dual-Link






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Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
OutletPC $134.89 $134.89+
Newegg $139.99 -$10.00 +$4.99 s/h In stock $134.98
$10.00 mail-in rebate
Amazon $139.99 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime Out of stock $139.99
( 37 new from $139.99, 2 used from $129.49. Last updated 29 minutes ago. )
B&H $144.89 +FREE s/h In stock $144.89
SuperBiiz $144.99 Out of stock $144.99+
Directron $147.98 $147.98+
Adorama $144.99 +$6.95 s/h Out of stock $151.94
PCM $144.99 +$6.99 s/h $151.98
NCIX US $179.99 In stock $179.99+
* Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


crabrangoony 39 points 7 months ago
from completed build Little Black Box

I was going to go for a 1060 3GB, but then I heard that Nvidia were releasing yet another card. I saw the manufacturer stats and thought I could wait a few days... so I did. I'm glad that I did. This card packs a serious punch for its price. It fit what I need to a T - 1080p gaming on a budget (and at a compact size). You may have to turn the settings down for some games, but coming from a laptop, I'm happy to run anything on medium or higher.

ActuallyImJerome 20 points 7 months ago
from completed build I have finally built it.

Oh my, this thing is fast. I can find very few things that actually push it to its limits. And it runs very cool. Probably the best bang for the buck you can have.

lodger 7 points 6 months ago
from completed build Cheap 1080p Skylake ultra-budget

$170 CDN after rebate. 1050 Ti for the price of the non-Ti. Price has skyrocketed since I bought it, currently at $230 on ncix.com. This pascal based board does everything it needs to to push 1080p gaming at ultra settings and great frame rates, at 75W. Something no AMD cards can seem to do. Loving it. http://www.ncix.com/detail/evga-geforce-gtx-1050ti-sc-4d-137017.htm?promoid=2239

ThinkWithPortals 14 points 6 months ago

Not the cheapest GTX 1050 Ti, but what swung the deal for me was the inclusion of a free copy of Redout, £28 on Steam, which I've been playing for the past week or so, amazing racing game. Anyway, back to the card: it's wonderful. Enough power for moderate 1080p gaming, small, very low-power, and runs ice-cold and whisper-quiet. On the default fan curve, temps have not exceeded 60 degrees and the card is inaudible over the case fans. Even manually turning the fan up to 100% doesn't present a noise louder than a whisper. This is very impressive for a heatsink roughly the size of an Intel stock cooler. Well done NVIDIA, well done EVGA.

Blackhat132 4 points 3 months ago
from completed build My First Build 500$ Budget PC

amazing gpu for the money and it came out on my birthday so why not get it lol. it is great pair with the i36100

Wintery 7 points 2 months ago
from completed build First Gaming Build

This card packs a punch. Great for those looking for decent graphics on a budget, providing good quality at 1080p. I haven't come across any issues so far, runs everything I've thrown at it.

tussiez 15 points 28 days ago

EHH..... It's not good for the master gamers, but when the most ever laggy Pinewood explosions are never laggy anymore.

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti - 37.2%

canadajarod 4 points 14 days ago

handles Fallout 4 at 1080p 60fps with everything maxed after overclocking. Great budget card and a good place to get into GPU overclocking since you can't fry it by adjusting the core voltage