The EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti & 1050 hit the perfect spot for that upgrade you know you need, but at the price you want! With the latest NVIDIA Pascal architecture, the 4GB GTX 1050 Ti displays stunning visuals and great performance at 1080p HD+, while the 2GB GTX 1050 will break through any obstacle at 1080p.
Installing a EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 card gives you the power to take on today’s next-gen titles in full 1080p HD – with room to spare. These cards give you a choice of memory sizes, cooling options, factory overclocks, and power options to fit every need and every system. Of course, no GTX card would be complete without essential gaming technologies, such as NVIDIA GameStream, G-Sync, and GeForce Experience.
If you’ve been waiting for that card that gives you the performance to take back the competitive edge, but without taking out your wallet, then the GTX 1050 Ti & 1050 are the cards for you!
EVGA Precision XOC unlocks the power of Pascal
The next generation of EVGA PrecisionX has arrived with EVGA Precision XOC. This new version of Precision is built for the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture and combines the best of EVGA Precision and EVGA OC Scanner to give you never before seen overclocking features and built-in automatic overclock tuning.
Define Your Game With EVGA Precision XOC Why double ball bearings?
EVGA ACX 3.0 fans use double ball bearings, which offer 4X longer lifespan than the sleeve bearing fans used by competitors. The oil that is used in sleeve bearing fans makes them vulnerable and prone to failure after time when the oil dries up. Upgrade to EVGA ACX 3.0 and your card will go the distance!
EVGA ACX means better overclocking
Did you know that power consumption of the fans can directly affect your maximum overclock? The maximum "power target" takes into account the fan power consumption, meaning the lower the power consumption from the fan, the more power available for the card. EVGA ACX coolers use more than 4X lower power than competitors allowing for better and more stable overclocks.