Powered by GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and integrated with 4GB GDDR5 128bit memory. Featuring custom-designed 90 mm fan cooler.
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About the brand
Founded in 1986, Gigabyte is committed to providing solutions that make your life easier. Whether the product is laptop or a gaming machine, GIGABYTE offers innovative solutions for everything.
We are consumer oriented from the very beginning of product design to the end of value chain. With the focus on consumer needs, the delivery of customer experiences has been transformed into tangible and understood customer cares. Behind everything we do is a clear focus on what our customers value.
Designed for serious gamers
This GIGABYTE Geforce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB G1 GAMING graphic card is made for the gaming enthusiasts. Equipped with one of the advanced architecture, get ready to play some of the most graphic intensive games in HD quality.
Thanks to the built-in NVIDIA game ready drivers, get ready to be immersed in your favourite games anytime you want.
Fan cooler for heat dissipation
This GV-N105TG1GAMING-4GD graphic card comes with a custom designed fan cooler. The fan is designed to keep the speed and the noise at a lower level.
It optimises the air flow efficiently through the blades for maximum air flow. It helps in effective heat dissipation from the GPU, so you continue to enjoy your games.
Excellent performance with easy overclocking
This Geforce GTX graphic card lets you customise the card to your gaming needs. Choose from OC mode, Gaming mode, Silent mode and User mode.
Whether you are looking for a higher clock speed or a lower one, you decide what best works for your game!
Paul D. –
PerfectNeeded to add a better GPU and more video memory to run Autodesk Fusion 360. This is an older Dell that did not have a separate 6 pin power port so the card had to pull power from the PCIe slot which this card does so no issues there. Install took 2 minutes, Windows updated the drivers and there are no issues.
De acorde calidad-precioPara el poco presupuesto que tenia es una muy buena opción. El único inconveniente que le veo es que su ventilador es muy ruidoso, tratare de buscar alguna formar de mejorar eso
Low profileThere’s better things in the market.
Jim C. –
It’s a 1050ti, not a wizard.I upgraded from a 1030GT OC edition, to this card. Was it worth it? I suppose so, I wouldn’t want to go back to the old card, so I guess that says something. It gives me roughly 7 more fps than the 1030 on heavy games. So if I was only able to get 68 fps on a game that I needed to run at 75fps for my monitor, this does the job. Mine craft has recently updated to 1.19.2 though which is heavier than all previous versions, and even with this card, and my i7 cpu, I chug a bit on anything set to fancy.Heavy games like apex work on low without problem, split-gate medium, and I can put ironsight almost to the max before the card gives me any sort of white screening.The version I’ve got, is the one ran entirely off the pci slot, so I expect some limitations. I run a 350 watt psu, and everything considered, this was a great match for my setup, I would recommend this for power conscious small gaming builds or office build who want to have overhead for multitasking.
Amazon Customer –
worked in my old Gateway cp-gave it new life.good price an worked fine.
Decent graphics card that fits a HP 570 Series Pavilion PC!*This review is for the Geforce GTX 1050 Ti OC Low Profile 4GB GDDR5 128 Bit PCI-E Graphic Card (GV-N105TOC-4GL)*I bought a small form factor HP 570-p064 (for $400) to be used for general, non-gaming use, but soon after I decided to upgrade the power supply and get the best graphics card that could fit in its cramped case. After hours of research, I found that the only card that would reasonably fit would be the Gigabyte GT 1030 — a very flat, 2 GB GDDR5 card — and I ordered it from Amazon for about $95.So, I installed an EVGA uATX power supply and the card…But after less than a week of playing some old Steam games and demos, I was disappointed by how much it did not improve upon the integrated Intel HD 630 graphics. I believe I needed a 4 GB video card, although they were twice the size; it would be a miracle to find something that would work in a HP 570.I just couldn’t believe the GT 1030 could be the only option, but the PCI-E port is flanked by a power supply and a slimline DVD player. In addition, the motherboard’s two yellow audio inputs are partially blocking the top graphics card slot — a weird design choice. So, the prospect of installing any dual-slot, 4GB card would be limited by card length, height, and “shape”: Basically, any “blocky” cards (like some of the EVGA models) longer than 6.8 inches would not work.I thought that maybe this Gigabyte model would work, trying to measure and imagine it in my case. Well, I was lucky enough to find an obscure review from another HP 570 series purchaser (on another seller’s website) who wrote that the Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1050 Ti Low Profile graphics card “barley fit.” It seemed that the length and height would be OK, and the sides might just perfectly angle near the front of the card to allow just enough space to clear the motherboard’s audio inputs.Well, I chatted with Amazon about the situation and they took care of anything — FIVE STARS for customer service! They sent me a new 1050 Ti graphics card via free one-day shipping, and they said there would be no penalty if the card didn’t fit. And they helped me return the GT 1030. Thank you Amazon once again!I was very happy when my new GPU installed perfectly, and I got started sampling some games.My HP 570-p064 only has an Intel i3 dual-core 7100 3.9GHZ processor with 8 GB DDR4 RAM. Windows 10 64-bit is on an SSD, and my games are installed on a 1 TB hard drive. I am limited to a 23″ 1080p 60 Hz monitor. Here are some of my in-game FPS results with the Gigabyte 1050 Ti OC — with some slight overclocking — using 1080p resolution:- Grand Theft Auto V with high settings and some effects: 50-60 FPS average- Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition with high settings: 60 FPS- Final Fantasy: A Realm Reborn with high settings and high effects: 60 FPS- Max Payne 3 with very high settings and high effects: 60 FPS- Doom (2016) with max resolution and medium effects: 60 FPS- Spec Ops: The Line (demo) with the highest settings: a solid 60 FPS- Skyrim with ultra settings running high definition textures: 60 FPSI hope this review helps anyone with an HP 570 series computer make a sizable graphics card upgrade. Although it’s more of a casual gaming card, I believe it can play games on par — or better in many cases — than a regular PS4. Your success will largely depend on your processor, too, and I have an average Intel unit.Please note you’ll need a new power supply as this card draws 70 watts, and the stock 180-watt power supply will not work safely, if at all. I recommend the EVGA 500 watt White model. And if someone finds an even better GPU that fits an HP 570, please let the world know.
Great video portsI just purchased a LG monitor that only had 1 HDMI and 1 display-port. The GTX 1050 video card provided a 2nd video input for my 2 PCs working on the 34″ monitor.
Ray serrano –
QualityGraphics are great 👍. Make sure you install it right re faceplate. Contact GeForce support for proper drivers 👌
Robert Hernández –
Fácil instalaciónFácil instalación además de que funciona perfectamente para mi pc .estuve probando con otras pero requerían de cableado de alimentación este tipo de tarjetas gráficas no.
Fantastic output for gaming, but a little confusingFirst off, this graphics card is really good for its price. If you’re like me, a layperson to PC tech and jargon, then you are just trying to find a simple explanation and review. Does this graphics card work? Yes. Is it easy to install? Yes. Will it drastically increase your gaming experience if you were using lower quality stuff before? DEFINITELY.It’s worth the investment. Now, here are some of the cons.If you have no experience with working on the hardware of your PC, you’ll definitely need instructional videos and guides. Installation is very simple (either some screws, clamps, and snap racks), but the actual “how” to get it to work can be a bit fidgety. You need to make sure you have the latest update for Nvidia drivers, otherwise it won’t work- at least, mine didn’t. Also, the Graphics Card comes with a CD that will install Aorus, a program that helps monitor the output of the GPU (and some other stuff). I’m not sure if it’s an issue with my PC, but Aorus keeps crashing my computer. I uninstalled it, and it hasn’t crashed since. Just be weary of it. My only problem with the whole ordeal is that it took me a whole day to figure out how to get this GPU running. I googled a lot, and went on forums until I finally saw someone suggest updating the drivers. The Aorus program is not entirely necessary for running your GPU, but I can see how it would be nice to see how far you’re pushing the card.Speaking of which, let’s talk about the graphics performance, the main thing you’ll want to know. If this is worth any consideration, with this card I was able to push previous games of mine from the lowest settings to the highest. Even the screen resolution for my PC is better thanks to the card.Here are the main games I bought this GPU for:1. Company of Heroes 22. War ThunderIn the past, my PC was barely able to run COH2 and War Thunder. It would usually crash frame rates, leaving me to play each on the lowest setting possible. I actually stopped playing PC games for a while because of this issue. I configured the GTX, and BOOM. I was able to play COH2 and War Thunder on Max settings for my screen. I’ve never seen these graphics outside of someone else playing it!In sum, this card is worth it. It’s not crazy expensive like a lot of higher end cards, but it’s just about right if you’re someone like me who wants a good looking, casual experience.