MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti, Great For Small Form Factor PC Builds
MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti has been unveiled and it is the first GTX 1050Ti of its kind. This can be great for pre-built PCs that are small. You can simply install the card and get some decent FPS in AAA games. As this GPU does not need additional power you are all set and you do not need to change your power supply.
Thought the MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti is a half height GPU and it has a custom PCB it is still a dual slot card and that can be a concern for some people who do not want to change their case in order to play games.
MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti has a proper heatsink and has two 50mm fans for cooling. The MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti is based on the 14nm GP107 Pascal GPU and has 768 CUDA cores, 48 TMUs and 32 ROPs.
The GPU only draws power from the PCIe slot and does not need additional power. It has a TDP of 75W, a base clock of 1290 MHz and 1392 MHz Boost clock. The GPU has 4 GB of VRAM and a 128-bit memory bus.
The memory interface is clocked at 7000MHz and the GPU comes with a DVI port, HDMI port and a DisplayPort. As of right now there is no information about when the MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti will be available and how much it will cost.
Even though this is a low-profile card there are still those that want a single slot GPU. People think that if companies can make low profile GPUs then they can also make single slot GPUs. That would be debatable.
The MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti is indeed great for people that have pre-build PCs. This is a great plug and play option you can consider. What do you think about the MSI Low-profile GTX 1050Ti?