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Maxsun GTX 1050Ti 4G GDDR5 128bit Graphics Card With HDMI+VGA+DVI and Cooling Fan $199.99

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Product description
Features:
Built-in 168 stream processor and support DirectX 12,Max up to DirectX 12 which
bring more realistic effect in the game. It has HDMI,VGA,DVI interfaces, support
high definition video. Super low consumption and calorific value. This graphic card
supports simultaneous multi-projectionvr Image Correction Technology, VRS audio
Virtual reality Audio Technology, Physx physical acceleration Technology, Nvidia
Cudapurevideo HD High definition hardware Decoding, dynamic Super Resolution and so
on.

Specification:
Chipset manufacturer: Maxsun
Model number: GTX1050Ti 4GD5
Core clock: 1291MHz
Memory type: GDDR5
Memory size: 4GB
Memory interface: 128bit
Memory frequency: 7000MHz
Output interface type: DVI, HDMI, VGA
Resolution: 4096*2160

Specification
Brand Maxsun
Model number GTX 1050Ti 4GD5
Chipest
Chipset manufacturer NVIDIA
GPU code GP107
CUDA CORES 768
Core clock 1291MHz
Memory
Memory frequency 7000MHz
Memory size 4G
Memory type GDDR5
Memory interface 128bit
Interface
I/O 1*HDMI
1*VGA
1*DVI
Display
Maximum Resolution 4096*2160
SLI N/A
Recommended power supply More than 350W
DirectX Max up to DirectX 12
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Showed $179.99 for me. Snagged one, but moving fast- from 50% to 60% in the time it took me to see the "Promotion" details. (Free power supply, not part of Lightning deal.)
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Is this brand any good? Last night I ordered the msi version for $199 idk if it's worth canceling.
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I have the EVGA SC version of the 1050ti, I bought it for $100 in first week of May last year right before the gfx price boom. While I love the card, I can't imagine paying this much for it even in today's market unless you need the low TDP and you need it now. Great card, but this being a deal is crazy with the prices of other cards coming down the past week.
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Vga??
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I would wait, I sold my 1050 Ti 2gb for $90 last month and my GTX 980 4gb for $200. I know this has an extra 2GB, but it's kinda pointless on a 1050. I mean 1050 is Max meant for 1080p, not 2k or 4k. Also I wouldn't risk paying this much on a iffy brand.
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Got Zotac version 1050ti/4gb few months ago was $124 from newegg.
it is the best efficient card for everything
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Never heard of Maxsun and the description doesn't match the photo. Beware of counterfeit cards.
Sure, Amazon will cover you but your money will be tied up until it's resolved.
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Not sure it's a legit card, never heard about that name, it has VGA!!! I have not seen it for a long time, since pre-previous card generations, it shows max res as 4096x2160 but normal 1050 Ti can do 7680 x 4320 according to specs at least (via several ports if not single DP). Recommended PSU should be 300W+, not 350W+... it's fishy, could be old card with tweaked bios.
Although it's listed here:
https://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb...0-ti-giant
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Not a good price. If you follow the prices they have been under $200 for known brands. Keep an eye on amazon you can find them there pretty often.
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1050 ti featute 768 CUDA cores and 48 texture units across its six Pascal streaming multiprocessors. This listing say build in 168 stream processor. Wondering if it is a special edition. ;-)
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There are 2 different 1050 ti cards for $200 on newegg, so doesn't seem like a good deal to me. (or at least there were. not sure if both deals are still going on, but one is, at least, i think).

I'd buy a newegg one possibly if not for them charging tax. I feel like there should be a deal to get a 1050 ti for $175 with no tax.... It's really overpriced at $199, when even the 1060 has gone for $299 lately.
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I would wait, I sold my 1050 Ti 2gb for $90 last month and my GTX 980 4gb for $200. I know this has an extra 2GB, but it's kinda pointless on a 1050. I mean 1050 is Max meant for 1080p, not 2k or 4k. Also I wouldn't risk paying this much on a iffy brand.
You must mean for gaming, though. For video editing, the more memory on it the better and even igpu can support 4jjk video watching (and even editing). So I assume you mean 4k gaming isn't what it's designed for, since its specs say it supports 4k res.
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Got this from the weekend, very disappoint quality.
the clock speed is 15% lower than Zotac mini 1050ti, and the sensor reports it is very hot...even the heatsink felt very cool...
ready to return .
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Got Zotac version 1050ti/4gb few months ago was $124 from newegg.
it is the best efficient card for everything
How did you get it so cheap? Can you please let me know when it's that low? I'm in need of gtx 1050ti 4gb
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