EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB
[ Rear Ports ]
In addition to its high efficiency and low price tag, the GTX 1050 Ti also has the same under-the-hood improvements that the other Pascal cards feature. In terms of major standards, the 1050 includes support for CUDA, DX12, and NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology. Finally, it supports three monitor outputs which can all be used at the same time: DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort.
This is a good entry-level gaming video card. It's also fine for if you need some video acceleration, but only need it rarely, with a limited performance boost. Don't expect too much out of it, but it's a major increase over integrated video performance!
There's also the GTX 1050 (not Ti) available. It's typically about the same price, so I'd go with this if it's available, but if the non-Ti version is a good deal cheaper, it might be worth considering.
This really is an amazing entry level GPU. The price/performance value is very good, it has super low power draw and because of that this 1050 ti requires no additional auxiliary power. This will handle most games at 1080p at a reasonable frame-rate while remaining quite quiet also at the same time this card would have no issue with productivity allowing the use of three (or more) monitors to be attached to the card.
|Motherboard Connection||PCI Express 3.0 x16|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||7680x4320|
|Maximum Monitors Supported||3|
|Core Speed||1290 MHz|
|Boost Speed||1392 Mhz|
|Memory Speed||7010 MHz|
|Memory Bus Width||128-bit|
|Cooling System||Open Air Type|
|DirectX Support||DirectX 12|
|Port 1||Dual-Link DVI|
|Length||144.78 mm (5.7 in)|
|Height||111.15 mm (4.4 in)|
Maximum displays using Nvidia Surround: 3
- EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Drivers
- Nvidia GeForce
Version 385.69 Released 09/21/17
Version 384.94 Released 07/24/17
For Win7_64, Win8_64, Svr2012_64
- Nvidia GeForce
Configure a custom computer with the EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB.