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User Info: Echo02

Echo02
1 month ago#11
Sephiroth4747 posted...
Jiazhen posted...
Sephiroth4747 posted...
It's what I thought...I guess I'll get it for the Pro or the Xbox One.


Put in a graphics card and you'll be good to go.


Can you please direct me to one? Something good enough for 1080p at 30 frames. Thank you.

I've got a EVGA GTX 750 ti SC and get around 45 fps on medium settings (1080p). You can run that on a 230 watt psu easily.
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User Info: enderall

enderall
1 month ago#12
Just buy a GTX 1050 Ti and you should be able to run the game.
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zxxcman
1 month ago#13
I'd give another vote to getting a 1050ti after checking the PSU's quality.

At $150 (not counting your existing PC's price), it's kinda the cheapest way to get into current and last gen games.
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User Info: gideond

gideond
1 month ago#14
How much of a rush are you in? The EVGA 1050 Ti has been on B-Stock sales at $120 just about every week here lately. Just be careful what you buy. Most 1050 models draw power only from the PCI-E slot, but there are some variants that require a lead from the PSU. If that's the case make sure you have the correct power connection.
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NewportBox100s
1 month ago#15
enderall posted...
Just buy a GTX 1050 Ti and you should be able to run the game.

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User Info: Sephiroth4747

Sephiroth4747
1 month ago#16
HeliosMagi posted...
Sephiroth4747 posted...
Jiazhen posted...
Sephiroth4747 posted...
It's what I thought...I guess I'll get it for the Pro or the Xbox One.


Put in a graphics card and you'll be good to go.


Can you please direct me to one? Something good enough for 1080p at 30 frames. Thank you.


Also, what's your Power Supply's wattage, and what size case do you have?


The power supply unit is 300W. The size case measurements are 247mm x 530mm x 520mm.

gideond posted...
How much of a rush are you in?


Not in a rush. I got a massive backlog.

User Info: HeliosMagi

HeliosMagi
1 month ago#17
Sephiroth4747 posted...
The power supply unit is 300W. The size case measurements are 247mm x 530mm x 520mm.

As long as you get one of the single-fan models, then a 1050 Ti would fit perfectly into your computer. A GTX 1060 could work with a 300W PSU, but I highly recommend you upgrade to at lest 400W just to be safe if you ever go that route. Also the 1060 and up also require an additional connection to the PSU to run, where as the 1050 Ti and below can get all the power they need just from the motherboard.
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gideond
1 month ago#18
HeliosMagi posted...
Sephiroth4747 posted...
The power supply unit is 300W. The size case measurements are 247mm x 530mm x 520mm.

As long as you get one of the single-fan models, then a 1050 Ti would fit perfectly into your computer. A GTX 1060 could work with a 300W PSU, but I highly recommend you upgrade to at lest 400W just to be safe if you ever go that route. Also the 1060 and up also require an additional connection to the PSU to run, where as the 1050 Ti and below can get all the power they need just from the motherboard.

Normally this is true. There are some variants of the 1050 Ti that have better cooling and some factory overclocking that do require an additional power from the PSU. Just pay attention to what you buy.
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User Info: Sephiroth4747

Sephiroth4747
1 month ago#19
Is there much of a difference between all the GTX 1050 Tis listed on Amazon? I see all of them listed at difference prices, I don't know if one is better than the others. Thank you.

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zhenghan
1 month ago#20
Sephiroth4747 posted...
Is there much of a difference between all the GTX 1050 Tis listed on Amazon? I see all of them listed at difference prices, I don't know if one is better than the others. Thank you.

you don't have much choice actually. the dual fan ones like asus strix wouldn't fit in a prebuilt.
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