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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Mini $100 @Newegg as low as $97 at Jet.com, 1050 Ti Mini $130 @Newegg as low as $119 @Jet.com

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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Mini $100 + FS
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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini $130 + FS [newegg.com]

Jet has

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Mini $114 + FS [jet.com] - OOS

or as low as $94 with all discounts and %15 off for new customers. This changes frequently and has been as low as $100 before discounts, $83 after discounts.

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini $143 + FS [jet.com] - Dead

or as low as $119 with all discounts and %15 off for new customers. This changes frequently has been as low as $130 before discounts, $108 after discounts.

Amazon has

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 mini $100 [amazon.com]

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti mini $130 [amazon.com]

As low as I've seen the popular new 1050 series. These don't need extra power connections, a great way to upgrade from integrated graphics or an older card.

Newegg is now advertising these prices through Wednesday 11/30. Price and availability at Amazon and Jet.com are changing often, so check all the links to see what their current status is.
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wonder if this would fit inside a Dell inspiron 3650
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Finally its on sale.
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nevermind, figured it out
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Are these good enough for 4k media center (no gaming)?
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GTX1050 ti good price ?

i think it is
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I have GTX 960. Should I upgrade to 1050 ?
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I have GTX 960. Should I upgrade to 1050 ?
It's better, but a marginal benefit. These cards are slower than many people anticipated, and lag the RX 470 a considerable amount in both benchmarks and actual game performance.
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Buy the MSI RX 480 on newegg for ~155 after rebate and amex or... get a Zotac GTX 1050 Ti from Jet for ~105 after discounts.. Or... wait for black friday/cyber monday.. Thoughts?
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The big advantage of the 1050 and 1050 ti is that they need relatively little power. You can drop these into most pre-built, full-size budget boxes and have a decent mid-level gaming machine.

If you have a bigger power supply and better case ventilation, then the more powerful cards are an option. Then it comes down to price/performance and your budget.

The RX 470 does perform quite a bit better, but it's also more expensive after discounts and takes quite a bit more power.
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Buy the MSI RX 480 on newegg for ~155 after rebate and amex or... get a Zotac GTX 1050 Ti from Jet for ~105 after discounts.. Or... wait for black friday/cyber monday.. Thoughts?
Personally I'd go for the RX 480. You'll get a lot more bang for your buck. You can compare benchmarks below.

http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-RX...TX-1050-Ti

A big catch as someone pointed out is fan noise and power draw as someone else just pointed out. Another catch I'd watch for is if you monitor supports V-Sync (Raedon card) or G-Sync (Nvidia card). This will also help determine what card you should be getting.
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The big advantage of the 1050 and 1050 ti is that they need relatively little power. You can drop these into most pre-built budget boxes and have a decent mid-level gaming machine.

If you have a bigger power supply and better case ventilation, then the more powerful cards are an option. Then it comes down to price/performance and your budget.

The RX 470 does perform quite a bit better, but it's also more expensive after discounts and takes quite a bit more power.
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Personally I'd go for the RX 480. You'll get a lot more bang for your buck. You can compare benchmarks below.

http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-RX...TX-1050-Ti

A big catch as someone pointed out is fan noise and power draw as someone else just pointed out. Another catch I'd watch for is if you monitor supports V-Sync (Raedon card) or G-Sync (Nvidia card). This will also help determine what card you should be getting.
I have a pretty decent PSU. a corsair 650 W so power draw isn't much of a concern for me. As far as price, price definitely is a concern and I'm not really looking to game on the latest gen games. Also, I have an old BenQ monitor that's 24" and I don't think it has any of the sync stuff except on the monitor bezel it says "Senseye 3 technology". Given this info is the $50 difference justifiable for the RX 480 compared to the 1050 Ti?
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1050s don't SLI, right?
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I have a pretty decent PSU. a corsair 650 W so power draw isn't much of a concern for me. As far as price, price definitely is a concern and I'm not really looking to game on the latest gen games. Also, I have an old BenQ monitor that's 24" and I don't think it has any of the sync stuff except on the monitor bezel it says "Senseye 3 technology". Given this info is the $50 difference justifiable for the RX 480 compared to the 1050 Ti?
I would spend the extra $50ish if i had a decent power supply like that, yes. These are mostly good for people who already have a stock dell/hp/etc box
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new to pc build, want to know if this would fit on a standard pre built dell pc.
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