• ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, 4GB GDDR5 DisplayPort 128-bit Gaming Graphic Card (ZT-P10510A-10L)

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  • New NVIDIA Pascal architecture delivers improved performance and power efficiency
  • Classic and modern games at 1080p @ 60 FPS. Supported OS - Windows 10 / 8 / 7
  • Fast, smooth, power-efficient gaming experiences
  • 4GB 128-bit GDDR5 ; Card Length :144.78 x 111.15 (millimeter)
  • Extended warranty included. Registration required on ZOTAC website.
  • Form Factor: Plug-in Card

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Outstanding 1080 budget build card. This is an excellent video card for a budget build. It runs most games on high at 1080p with very little effort and the short card means no worries over choking out airflow on a medium size tower.If you're doing a budget build or just want a card you can drop into an off the shelf i5 tower and play most games without fighting a new power supply and a dozen other issues it's the best bang for your buck. 5I thought my new desktop had good integrated graphics I thought my new desktop had good integrated graphics, and they were, at least compared to my laptop, but I realized after a few graphics-heavy games I wanted something better, but I didn't want to have to buy any extra components to make it work. I was originally going to go with the GeForce GTX 750 ti, since it also only requires a PCI slot, but then I saw this for the same price. Very happy with the purchase. I can play WoW on ultra settings (10) and still get anywhere from 50-60+ fps. I was playing on 4 with the integrated graphics. Of course, the fps goes down in cities during peak hours to like the 40's, but that's going to happen with any card. Pretty easy to install, too. The fan does get a little noisy when playing something graphics-heavy for a few hours, but it doesn't get too hot or anything. I was paranoid in the beginning and kept checking the temp to make sure.Edited in response to comment: I meant cities in the game like Stormwind in World of Warcraft or Lion's Arch in Guild War's 2, not cities like Atlanta or Chicago. Sorry for the confusion. 5Great Value and Performance I used to suck at video games. Previously I could attribute that to having a lousy GPU and let low FPS take all the credit. Not anymore thanks to this high performance beauty. Now I'm letting my team down with the most stunning graphics and high FPS at a beautiful 1080p. My previous GPS made it difficult to clearly read team chat messages, which was a bit frustrating. Upon installing this card, I could read their disdain with clear, crystal precison: "You just TKed our squad!" "WTH noob?!" "OMG did you bomb our base?" My utter lack of talent has never looked so good. 5Very good budget graphics card I put this in a Dell Optiplex 790 Core-I3 2120, 8 gig ram, 128 ssd, 1 TB 2.5 hard drive.Fits with ~1 cm clearance on the side and ~3 cm at the back. NO issue with power at all. All It seemed like all the other 1050's and 1050ti's would be too long. The construction is very solid and swapping to the low profile back bracket was easy. Just remember to download the drivers from nVidia and if you plan to use VGA you will need an ACTIVE converter. I used a Belkin HDMI to VGA converter so I could use this on a VGA KVM switch. 5Budget GPU That Surprised Me (First Time PC Build) I bought this nearly a year ago as a budget GPU hoping it'd at least get me though the basics of what I'd do with it and maybe get a few modern games.Boy was I surprised.Able to run Fortnite on Epic settings with no issue. Overwatch runs smoothly on max settings. Destiny 2 runs like a charm as well. Same with Street Fighter V... Skyrim Special Edition... So far, no game's been too much for this card to handle. Not everything runs on Ultra settings, but nothing looks bad. Nothing slows down.I'm sure I'll have to upgrade by this time next year, but for now, it looks like I'll be able to enjoy many of the titles coming from E3 2018 with minimal issues. 5Great upgrade over built in video card. Great Christmas gift for our son.Pro's:The best thing about the 1050 series is you do not have to upgrade to a huge power supply.The performance is great for such a cheap board.Its half the length of some of the higher end boards so if space is a problem this may be your solution.The fan is super quiet.Great upgrade over built in video card.Con's:You will have to use lower than max graphics settings on newer games in order to achieve a decent Frame Rate. 5Bang for buck 1080p powerhouse I really like how it doesn't require pcie power, very sleek 5Great upgrade for a Acer ATC-605-UB11 I have a pathetic Acer Aspire ATC-605-UB11. I purchased the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 because my PC was struggling to play Rocket League on low settings.This GPU works great! It BARELY fits in my case, but it works. I can now play Rocket League on good settings and my frame rate never drops below 60fps. I think my monitor is the only thing holding this graphics card from reaching 144 fps.I was concerned because I have the power supply that came with my PC, but the 300 watts are doing just fine. I am not an expert, but I think a better power supply might make my this GPU run even better.If you are looking for a card that is compact enough to fit into a pre built PC and can run off of a 300 watt power supply, I think you would be pleased with this one. 5Amazing! Runs cool even at 100% load and in ... Amazing! Runs cool even at 100% load and in a warm micro-atx case with an 8 year old AMD Thuban 1090, spitting out over 130 watts! Uses less than 75 watts and delivers fantastic frame rates on low to medium demanding games with high or medium settings. Mine is the small and vents heat out the back. Works flawlessly and helps keep the case a little cooler too.While I wish I had gone with EVGA out of brand loyalty, I highly recommend this Zotac 1050 TI, it delivers power on a budget and I've seen benchmarks where a physics card such as this can improve frame rates in games by 10-20% in many cases. If you're on the fence, this is a great value and will save you money for the next 1080+ series, instead of trying to balance power and economy; this little guy delivers both. 5Works perfectly in a Dell Optiplex 755 MT!!! Works perfectly in a Dell Optiplex 755 MT 305w psu! The only modification I needed to do was to remove then cut a notch in the shroud housing the graphics card fan. You need to do this so that there is some clearance for two capacitors on the motherboard. Its real easy to do! I also upgraded the cpu to a used Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 Processor 2.83GHz 1333MHz for less than $28 bucks right here on Amazon. Make sure you clean off the old thermal paste and apply some ARCTIC MX-4 Thermal Compound Paste. The processor will run nice and cool even under a heavy load! Lastly though it might not be necessary I upgraded the PSU from the 305w to a EVGA 550 B3, 80+ BRONZE 550W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode. Note: Its slightly longer than the stock psu. I was able to mount it in using slightly longer screws. While your at it clean the inside of the case thoroughly. Especially the dust in and around the cpu heat sink and fan. Plenty of youtube videos on how to do this.Good luck! 5
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Outstanding 1080 budget build card. This is an excellent video card for a budget build. It runs most games on high at 1080p with very little effort and the short card means no worries over choking out airflow on a medium size tower.If you're doing a budget build or just want a card you can drop into an off the shelf i5 tower and play most games without fighting a new power supply and a dozen other issues it's the best bang for your buck. 5I thought my new desktop had good integrated graphics I thought my new desktop had good integrated graphics, and they were, at least compared to my laptop, but I realized after a few graphics-heavy games I wanted something better, but I didn't want to have to buy any extra components to make it work. I was originally going to go with the GeForce GTX 750 ti, since it also only requires a PCI slot, but then I saw this for the same price. Very happy with the purchase. I can play WoW on ultra settings (10) and still get anywhere from 50-60+ fps. I was playing on 4 with the integrated graphics. Of course, the fps goes down in cities during peak hours to like the 40's, but that's going to happen with any card. Pretty easy to install, too. The fan does get a little noisy when playing something graphics-heavy for a few hours, but it doesn't get too hot or anything. I was paranoid in the beginning and kept checking the temp to make sure.Edited in response to comment: I meant cities in the game like Stormwind in World of Warcraft or Lion's Arch in Guild War's 2, not cities like Atlanta or Chicago. Sorry for the confusion. 5Great Value and Performance I used to suck at video games. Previously I could attribute that to having a lousy GPU and let low FPS take all the credit. Not anymore thanks to this high performance beauty. Now I'm letting my team down with the most stunning graphics and high FPS at a beautiful 1080p. My previous GPS made it difficult to clearly read team chat messages, which was a bit frustrating. Upon installing this card, I could read their disdain with clear, crystal precison: "You just TKed our squad!" "WTH noob?!" "OMG did you bomb our base?" My utter lack of talent has never looked so good. 5Very good budget graphics card I put this in a Dell Optiplex 790 Core-I3 2120, 8 gig ram, 128 ssd, 1 TB 2.5 hard drive.Fits with ~1 cm clearance on the side and ~3 cm at the back. NO issue with power at all. All It seemed like all the other 1050's and 1050ti's would be too long. The construction is very solid and swapping to the low profile back bracket was easy. Just remember to download the drivers from nVidia and if you plan to use VGA you will need an ACTIVE converter. I used a Belkin HDMI to VGA converter so I could use this on a VGA KVM switch. 5Budget GPU That Surprised Me (First Time PC Build) I bought this nearly a year ago as a budget GPU hoping it'd at least get me though the basics of what I'd do with it and maybe get a few modern games.Boy was I surprised.Able to run Fortnite on Epic settings with no issue. Overwatch runs smoothly on max settings. Destiny 2 runs like a charm as well. Same with Street Fighter V... Skyrim Special Edition... So far, no game's been too much for this card to handle. Not everything runs on Ultra settings, but nothing looks bad. Nothing slows down.I'm sure I'll have to upgrade by this time next year, but for now, it looks like I'll be able to enjoy many of the titles coming from E3 2018 with minimal issues. 5Great upgrade over built in video card. Great Christmas gift for our son.Pro's:The best thing about the 1050 series is you do not have to upgrade to a huge power supply.The performance is great for such a cheap board.Its half the length of some of the higher end boards so if space is a problem this may be your solution.The fan is super quiet.Great upgrade over built in video card.Con's:You will have to use lower than max graphics settings on newer games in order to achieve a decent Frame Rate. 5Bang for buck 1080p powerhouse I really like how it doesn't require pcie power, very sleek 5Great upgrade for a Acer ATC-605-UB11 I have a pathetic Acer Aspire ATC-605-UB11. I purchased the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 because my PC was struggling to play Rocket League on low settings.This GPU works great! It BARELY fits in my case, but it works. I can now play Rocket League on good settings and my frame rate never drops below 60fps. I think my monitor is the only thing holding this graphics card from reaching 144 fps.I was concerned because I have the power supply that came with my PC, but the 300 watts are doing just fine. I am not an expert, but I think a better power supply might make my this GPU run even better.If you are looking for a card that is compact enough to fit into a pre built PC and can run off of a 300 watt power supply, I think you would be pleased with this one. 5Amazing! Runs cool even at 100% load and in ... Amazing! Runs cool even at 100% load and in a warm micro-atx case with an 8 year old AMD Thuban 1090, spitting out over 130 watts! Uses less than 75 watts and delivers fantastic frame rates on low to medium demanding games with high or medium settings. Mine is the small and vents heat out the back. Works flawlessly and helps keep the case a little cooler too.While I wish I had gone with EVGA out of brand loyalty, I highly recommend this Zotac 1050 TI, it delivers power on a budget and I've seen benchmarks where a physics card such as this can improve frame rates in games by 10-20% in many cases. If you're on the fence, this is a great value and will save you money for the next 1080+ series, instead of trying to balance power and economy; this little guy delivers both. 5Works perfectly in a Dell Optiplex 755 MT!!! Works perfectly in a Dell Optiplex 755 MT 305w psu! The only modification I needed to do was to remove then cut a notch in the shroud housing the graphics card fan. You need to do this so that there is some clearance for two capacitors on the motherboard. Its real easy to do! I also upgraded the cpu to a used Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 Processor 2.83GHz 1333MHz for less than $28 bucks right here on Amazon. Make sure you clean off the old thermal paste and apply some ARCTIC MX-4 Thermal Compound Paste. The processor will run nice and cool even under a heavy load! Lastly though it might not be necessary I upgraded the PSU from the 305w to a EVGA 550 B3, 80+ BRONZE 550W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode. Note: Its slightly longer than the stock psu. I was able to mount it in using slightly longer screws. While your at it clean the inside of the case thoroughly. Especially the dust in and around the cpu heat sink and fan. Plenty of youtube videos on how to do this.Good luck! 5
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