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EVGA.com has EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC 2GB GDDR5 Video Card (Recertified B-Stock, 02G-P4-6332-RX) for $49.99 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks zbox4211
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B-Stock Products are units which may have small scratches, small dents, or noticeable use. B-Stock products are Factory Recertified to meet the performance and reliability of a new product of the same model. B-Stock products do not come with any optional accessories and only include the accessories required to use the product. -johnny_miller

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EVGA [evga.com] has a recertified, passive cooled, low profile GT 1030 (2GB GDDR5) for $49.99 with free shipping. Price shown in cart.
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EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC, 2GB GDDR5, Passive, Low Profile, Factory Recertified $49.99 FS

This is $10 less than the deal from a couple months ago.

$49.99 + free shipping

https://www.evga.com/products/pro...P4-6332-RX
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Hopefullly it'll fit in a SFF Optiplex...trying to make a cheap gaming PC.
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It's on par with the GTX 750 or the RX 550. You should be able to run every game at the appropriate resolution and quality.
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...110-4.html. These don't run CUDA so it does suck for a few things.

A big upgrade from HD 530/630 integrated graphics, but otherwise a tossup with the integrated graphics on the 2400G.

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Hopefullly it'll fit in a SFF Optiplex...trying to make a cheap gaming PC.
You can find low profile brackets that should work of eBay for $1, though you might get EVGA CS to ship you one for free. These probably don't ship with the bracket.
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can this do 4k 60hz ?
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can this do 4k 60hz ?
Yes, but not for gaming.
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Yes, but not for gaming.
thanks, just need something cheap to watch 4k videos. no gaming
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can this do 4k 60hz ?
Max Digital Resolution - 3840x2160 (60Hz). This is probably the cheapest way to get 4k @60Hz right now.
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thanks, just need something cheap to watch 4k videos. no gaming
This is probably perfect for that purpose then and at 49.99 it's a decent deal
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Ordered, I had been waiting for this exact deal. Thank you so much, it is perfect for my HTPC.
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Dangit. I just saw this came back in-stock a few days ago for $69.99 + $8.50 shipping and I jumped on it because I needed the upgrade. With tax, this is $30 cheaper! I chatted with EVGA support and they are only able to offer $20 back in EVGA bucks.
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Hopefullly it'll fit in a SFF Optiplex...trying to make a cheap gaming PC.
The MSI GTX 1050 TI 4GT LP would be a better option for gaming, but those are still inflated in price. I ran one of those in an Optiplex 7010 SFF for a while, with a very minor case mod to make it fit (had to shave a bit of plastic off the mobo power connector, literally just plastic). I honestly think it's worth the extra $100 (refurb vs new), the GT 1030 is definitely not meant for gaming.
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Is this actually GDDR5 or GDDR4? I remember Nvidia quietly releasing a GDDR4 variant and the performance dip was noticeable.
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Is this actually GDDR5 or GDDR4? I remember Nvidia quietly releasing a GDDR4 variant and the performance dip was noticeable.
This one specifically lists GDDR5.
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