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hasten

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That was the price for one at Micro Center the other week for a new card! But you can buy them used on eBay for an average price of $245.
You can get them for cheaper than that quite easily. Ebay is home to price gouging, but even there an auction for an MSI was ending at around $175 when i checked before I responded. I've recently considered a few on CL for under $150. I guess if you were to take immediate gratification into consideration I could see $245, but yikes. Hard pass.
 

venser

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1050Ti? What year is this? Let's move away from dinosaurus and step into the next gen already.
 

JarredWaltonGPU

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You can get them for cheaper than that quite easily. Ebay is home to price gouging, but even there an auction for an MSI was ending at around $175 when i checked before I responded. I've recently considered a few on CL for under $150. I guess if you were to take immediate gratification into consideration I could see $245, but yikes. Hard pass.
It's why I said "average eBay price." Some will go for under $200, shockingly some models sell for about $350. But the average right now is (checks eBay) $236.87 for sold auctions, filtering for "junk" as much as possible. Also interesting is that the GTX 1060 3GB basically goes for the same price of $237.52. It's substantially faster overall, except for a few games where the 3GB proves to be a limiting factor.
 

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Depending on whether it benefits from the Pascal architecture, the 960 4GB back in the day used to be nearly identical performance to the 1050 Ti.
Exactly. So glad I spent the extra 75 bucks 5 years ago and got the 4GB model to future proof a little and its paid off so far. Get 30+ FPS in most games at 1920x1200 med-high settings still.
 

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