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EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GAMING 4GB @ Amazon Business Prime $159.99

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It's back again for business prime users.

Please note that this is not a mining card. It's not even really a gaming card at this point (certainly not AAA titles) lol but IF you need a card for a stream PC or IF you need a card for a budget PC, this would be considered a deal with the current price market.

This should only apply to those that want to build a PC and get away with using this cheaper card to play titles like PUBG, Fortnite, Overwatch, Rocket League until the prices drop on the 1070,1080,Titan lines Smilie

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The GTX 1050 Ti is a decent 1080p medium settings 60fps card so it's good for the average consumer with a basic monitor, specially in these times, and specially at the msrp of $125. With that being said, it's now up to $239.99 and out of stock until March 18th. I don't know why these cards blew up in price, but at the $230 price you might get "lucky" and find a 1060 3gb, which is no longer being used for cryptomining for $250 or so
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The GTX 1050 Ti is a decent 1080p medium settings 60fps card so it's good for the average consumer with a basic monitor, specially in these times, and specially at the msrp of $125. With that being said, it's now up to $239.99 and out of stock until March 18th. I don't know why these cards blew up in price, but at the $230 price you might get "lucky" and find a 1060 3gb, which is no longer being used for cryptomining for $250 or so
You need to be Amazon Prime Business m8. Price will be $159.99 and out of stock all day long. They've been doing this same thing for weeks now lol they just push back the in stock date. Business account is free with Prime but it has to be applied before you get the cheaper price
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amazing gaming card at 1080p! Don't say you can't play AAA titles. You can play GTA V at 60+ FPS.

https://urlhasbeenblocked/xpwuzh

SAD NEWS IT IS OUT OF STOCK! Grrrrr
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I assure you this is a mining card
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I'm only seeing it for $280
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I'm only seeing it for $280
Amazon business M8. Have to have business applied to your Prime account
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I assure you this is a mining card
Who cares if it is a mining card.
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The GTX 1050 Ti is a decent 1080p medium settings 60fps card so it's good for the average consumer with a basic monitor, specially in these times, and specially at the msrp of $125. With that being said, it's now up to $239.99 and out of stock until March 18th. I don't know why these cards blew up in price, but at the $230 price you might get "lucky" and find a 1060 3gb, which is no longer being used for cryptomining for $250 or so
If it's a GPU, it's being used for mining. These are definitely being used for mining and I've been watching EVGA refurbs and deciding if it's worth it.
The ti is actually a die shrink from 16nm to 14nm so you get extra efficiencies for mining. It doesn't require an additional PCI power connector and if you drop the power limit to 65% or whatever the lowest is you can still get great hashrate on cryptonight (Monero etc) compared to typical CPU mining.
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Who cares if it is a mining card.
OP according to his 2nd sentence...
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All the 10 series cards are being bought out for mining. Even the 1030's. If you are truly just interested in a budget gaming build, buy a used GTX 660. They'll play anything at 1080p@60Hz and somethings at 1440p@120Hz.
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All the 10 series cards are being bought out for mining. Even the 1030's. If you are truly just interested in a budget gaming build, buy a used GTX 660. They'll play anything at 1080p@60Hz and somethings at 1440p@120Hz.
Really? I have a crapload of 10X0 cards in the closet. I haven't even used them yet. I have them just because. Like I decided to setup a 3 monitor gaming rig the other day. Where did I get the 3 monitors from? Fry's? BB? Nope. I went out to the garage and grabbed 3 monitors. Brand new. I like to have things on hand just in case I need them.

Anyways, so should I pop open my 10X0 cards, they are 1050's and above, and do some mining?
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I'm glad you found a place where you can get help. Good luck with that.
Huh? You're not making sense. Could you please follow that link and fix your issue then get back to us. You'll do better in life when you can express yourself properly.
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just bought it for 159 $ with Amazon Business Account. Private Account show 283 $
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I got a 1060 6GB Founder's from nvidia this morning. $299. Ugh.
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