MSI has just unveiled its new low-profile Geforce GTX 1050 Ti 4 GT LP graphics card with all the performance and excellent performance of Nvidia Pascal cores but with a printed circuit board with a size reduced by half Of the usual height for this type of high performance components, becoming an indispensable component for those users who want to assemble an HTPC equipment where they can play with a box of very reduced height.
Until recently, the market for powerful graphics for HTPC equipment forced its users to buy boxes of at least two heights for their expansion cards if they were behind an alternative that allowed them to play comfortably and with a level of detail (There are the famous “mini” models of the Geforce GTX 970 and the Radeon Fury Nano, to say two well-known models), since the majority of graphic cards that were drawn in low profile format were (and are ) Frankly old models with which it would be difficult to play the buscaminas. This is completed with the new MSI Geforce GTX 1050 Ti 4 GT LP, as the engineers of this brand have managed to completely redesign the printed circuit board so that, by lengthening it, it could be halved the usual height of the same , Allowing its use in boxes of type HTPC below profile.
The new graphics, as a good member of the GTX 1050 family, does not require any extra power connector since it has a consumption of 75 W that gets everything without problems through the PCIe x16 port to which it is anchored, which implies no Only one cable per half less if not also, a few power requirements of the power supply. The GP107 core it runs operates at a base speed of 1,290 MHz and 1,392 MHz boost speed, while the 4 GB of GDDR5 GRAM memory it equips it to 7.008 MHz on a 128-bit bus, which ensures that there will be no Never bottlenecks between the cores and the graphical memory of the card. The built-in video outputs are a DisplayPort 1.4, an HDMI 2.0 and a dual-link DVI-D.
MSI has not disclosed the availability or the price of this graph.