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EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti FTW DT GAMING Graphics Card EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti FTW DT GAMING Graphics Card (04G-P4-6256-KR) for $149.89 - $20 Rebate = $129.89. Shipping is free. Thanks spacedj1

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B&H Photo/Video has EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti FTW DT GAMING Graphics Card [bhphotovideo.com] for $149.89 - $20 MIR = $129.89 with FS. The cheapest I have seen anywhere. Remember there is also no sales tax outside of NY and NJ.

These cards are great for gaming, but also for ethereum mining.
I got them for mining, these produce 15Mh/s (PM me for OC settings) which is the best value for mining. For comparison, 6GB GTX 1060 will run you at least $280 and produces 20Mh/s
that's $280/20= $14 per Mh/s vs. $130/15= $8.6 per Mh/s

These cards use the pascal chipset, which means whatever the stock clock speeds doesn't really matter, you can OC them a lot higher. Not to mention they use very little power and stay cool and virtually silent with EVGA's ACX3.0 dual fan design. Mine are running around 66/67C with under 30% fan load.

Over all a great buy! Enjoy guys!

PS: Please give me a good Rep if you like this. Thanks!

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...50_ti.html
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Mining this, mining that..... It's so funny when I see negative reviews on some video cards saying it can't mine efficiently. Well, it was not built for that. I would love to see more video cards that are super inefficient in mining but very good at gaming. These two markets should separate to stop OOS and pricing struggles
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Only because you raised the prices for all cards and now gamers have to pay more.
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Grrr! Been looking for an excuse to buy a gpu.

Trying to mental gymnastics myself into a more powerful card than I need because rx cards are so overpriced. Maybe since winter is coming up I can mine to keep the office a bit warmer?!? Big Grin

at .06 a kwh I get an estimate of +$13/month. For luls?
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Mining this, mining that..... It's so funny when I see negative reviews on some video cards saying it can't mine efficiently. Well, it was not built for that. I would love to see more video cards that are super inefficient in mining but very good at gaming. These two markets should separate to stop OOS and pricing struggles
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Mining this, mining that..... It's so funny when I see negative reviews on some video cards saying it can't mine efficiently. Well, it was not built for that. I would love to see more video cards that are super inefficient in mining but very good at gaming. These two markets should separate to stop OOS and pricing struggles
There are cards without the video stuff, so a bit cheaper but can't be used for gaming....but that kills the resale value, so most don't want them
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apparently not available for order until Saturday evening...
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Grrr! Been looking for an excuse to buy a gpu.

Trying to mental gymnastics myself into a more powerful card than I need because rx cards are so overpriced. Maybe since winter is coming up I can mine to keep the office a bit warmer?!? Big Grin

at .06 a kwh I get an estimate of +$13/month. For luls?
.06 a kwh, where? That's great!
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Grrr! Been looking for an excuse to buy a gpu.

Trying to mental gymnastics myself into a more powerful card than I need because rx cards are so overpriced. Maybe since winter is coming up I can mine to keep the office a bit warmer?!? Big Grin

at .06 a kwh I get an estimate of +$13/month. For luls?
Indeed, I also justify part of the mining by heating up the house Big Grin
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.06 a kwh, where? That's great!
I believe it's cheap like that in Northern PA. Natural gas seems to be cheap in that region too. Where I'm at in MD, electric is 3x that.
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my electricity is less than $0.04/kwh in Texas ...
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I believe it's cheap like that in Northern PA. Natural gas seems to be cheap in that region too. Where I'm at in MD, electric is 3x that.
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my electricity is less than $0.04/kwh in Texas ...
WOW! I'm paying almost .13 in Sacramento, CA.
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I'm getting into video editing and desperately need a new graphics card. Would this be a good choice for snappy performance in Sony Vegas Pro? I don't game at all, so maybe there is a cheaper card that would be a better choice?
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