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@Demi_Z,

EVGA is a card maker.....

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@Demi_Z wrote:

I found this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NVIDIA-Gtx1050Ti-4Gb-Ddr5-Graphics-Card-128Bit- would it be a scam or a good GPU for me???


Thank you for the info @wb2001 
but that I already knew, I only indicated what the user could install with a low power supply
As I indicated, that to play certain games the gtx 1060 would not be sufficient
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I find the price relatively low if it corresponds to around 50 € for me
I don't see a mark, this may be a bad choice
check the details of the dealer, and the comments if there is, I do not have time to look
Also look at the warranty period

Personally, I will choose a recognized brand such as msi, asuz, gigabyte etc.
it may be more expensive, but there is often a good reason

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@Demi_Z,

I am so sorry that your not reading what I said.

"GTX 1050Ti is 75W depending on manufacturer and may have a 6 pin PCIe requirement".

That particular GTX 1050Ti requires a 6 pin PCIe power plug which your 180W PSU does not have.

 

I am now withdrawing from the discussion.

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