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    Out of these GTX 1050 ti's which one is the quietest and which is the noisy one?

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    I'd suggest you watch some youtube reviews and comparison videos of GTX 1050Ti then make up ur own mind.
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    ^ what he says. Dual fans should be cooler than single fan. If you hate fan sound that much lock the fan rpm in Afterburner. A little sacrifice is temperature is needed though. Also buy a noise-suppressing case. Thermaltake's Suppressor F31 and F51 looks and reviews excellent in this regard.
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    if you have the budget to buy any of the 1050ti on that list then buy the rx 470 20-40% faster (but more heat & fan noise )

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWO View Post
    Out of these GTX 1050 ti's which one is the quietest and which is the noisy one?

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    If u have the budget to buy those overpriced ASUS 1050Ti, then get GTX 1060 3GB FE (Leadtek)

    * So far the quietest are MSI Gaming Series(1050).

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    Buy the best GPU your budget lets you afford, regardless whether it's a GTX 1050 Ti, or a GTX 1060 vs. RX 470 or RX 480.

    None of these cards sound like Jet planes or anything. Inside the chassis with the side panel on, you probably won't hear anything if you game using a headphone.

    If you use speakers and you game at a moderate/loud volume, then you needn't worry about acoustics at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Buy the best GPU your budget lets you afford, regardless whether it's a GTX 1050 Ti, or a GTX 1060 vs. RX 470 or RX 480.
    Of course affordability is the first concern. Also, power consumption' balance factor is important as well, though I didn't mention that.

    It would be convenient and helpful if any of you had idea subjectively.

    I would go with the 'Zotac ti' since it is associated directly with Nvidia, and it is inexpensive comparatively. However, idk if it has got less noise like the Gigabyte ones; 'msi's are the quietest though according to Iskander, and maybe the Asus GPU don't heat-up fast[?]. I guess fusioned product would be ideal.
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    asus strix would be the best but the most pricier one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWO View Post
    Of course affordability is the first concern. Also, power consumption' balance factor is important as well, though I didn't mention that.

    It would be convenient and helpful if any of you had idea subjectively.

    I would go with the 'Zotac ti' since it is associated directly with Nvidia, and it is inexpensive comparatively. However, idk if it has got less noise like the Gigabyte ones; 'msi's are the quietest though according to Iskander, and maybe the Asus GPU don't heat-up fast[?]. I guess fusioned product would be ideal.
    I don't think gamers in general care about power consumption at all. Unless you're limited PSU wise.

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    strix series seems appealing here but take that in mind they are upto most oc'ed compared to others and they also have noisier cooler as well. if you are preferring the low consumption and least noise as possible then take the zotac single fan version. those are good and very quiet as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWO View Post
    Of course affordability is the first concern. Also, power consumption' balance factor is important as well, though I didn't mention that.

    It would be convenient and helpful if any of you had idea subjectively.

    I would go with the 'Zotac ti' since it is associated directly with Nvidia, and it is inexpensive comparatively. However, idk if it has got less noise like the Gigabyte ones; 'msi's are the quietest though according to Iskander, and maybe the Asus GPU don't heat-up fast[?]. I guess fusioned product would be ideal.
    There are much bigger concerns than just the power consumption and noise levels provided that Nvidia's design is already quite power efficient. GPU stock clocks, temperatures (depends on how well the card dissipates heat), the overall build quality and warranty in BD.

    Additionally, if ur into overclocking, u should also take into account the overclocking headroom the specific card provides. There are a plethora of reviews of all the different variants of 1050Ti on the web. Take some time and please go through them to make ur investment worthwhile.
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    though i work for msi, i do believe zotac is the best and will always be the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWO View Post
    Of course affordability is the first concern. Also, power consumption' balance factor is important as well, though I didn't mention that.

    It would be convenient and helpful if any of you had idea subjectively.

    I would go with the 'Zotac ti' since it is associated directly with Nvidia, and it is inexpensive comparatively. However, idk if it has got less noise like the Gigabyte ones; 'msi's are the quietest though according to Iskander, and maybe the Asus GPU don't heat-up fast[?]. I guess fusioned product would be ideal.
    Just to be sure , 1050ti is a good card but not really build to play 1080p ultra games at 60 fps .For any Minimum quality 1080p gaming you need to have atleast 470 level card .so don't waste money on 1050 ti ,if you are planning to play recent or last years AAA games with that card at ultra level 1080p.I would suggest if you can ,wait a month increase your budget & get the 470 .Also Amd card will give you free sync where Nvidia card will show stutter or frame tear & also adding vsync(to reduce those problem) will introduce lag in gaming .so Your Nvidia fandom might be misplaced here if your card is for gaming in this price range .Only reason i would choose these level Nvidia ,if you are using that card in any office space or other places where gaming isn't main concern

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    though i work for msi, i do believe zotac is the best and will always be the best.
    I thought you worked for UCC who bring both MSI and Zotac ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    I thought you worked for UCC who bring both MSI and Zotac ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
    He is trying to slip in some cunning marketing using psychological tactic, trying to seem unbiased by establishing position in one party but praising the other. Vanny has changed, old Vanny was better don't u think?
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    does he work for msi international or ucc?
    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    I thought you worked for UCC who bring both MSI and Zotac ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    GigaByte Banglades as an entity was endorsed by Smart till recently, they grew their own pair, I think.

    Same goes for MSI Bangladesh.

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    okay but msi lappy dealer is different than pc dealer... i thought nextIT is msi lappy dealer while ucc is pc distributor
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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    okay but msi lappy dealer is different than pc dealer... i thought nextIT is msi lappy dealer while ucc is pc distributor
    Flora = Lappy

    UCC = PC

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    GigaByte Banglades as an entity was endorsed by Smart till recently, they grew their own pair, I think.

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    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    I don't think gamers in general care about power consumption at all. Unless you're limited PSU wise.
    No they don't but I do somehow.

    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    if you are preferring the low consumption and least noise as possible then take the zotac single fan version. those are good and very quiet as well
    Yes, that is the one I'd go for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf_i7X View Post
    There are much bigger concerns than just the power consumption and noise levels provided that Nvidia's design is already quite power efficient. GPU stock clocks, temperatures (depends on how well the card dissipates heat), the overall build quality and warranty in BD.

    Additionally, if ur into overclocking, u should also take into account the overclocking headroom the specific card provides. There are a plethora of reviews of all the different variants of 1050Ti on the web. Take some time and please go through them to make ur investment worthwhile.
    This is the first time I ever opted for a graphics card, without having earlier idea or detailed discussion with anyone but here in this forum. So naturally there are things that are over looked but, nonetheless power consumption and noise levels are important to me.

    No plan for OCing, so I guess don't have to worry about that.

    Yeah, still lots of things yet to learn about like, I read something about 40% load > fan adjustment plus msi afterburner etc. Sometimes there are too many info's and sometimes fewer. Anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    though i work for msi, i do believe zotac is the best and will always be the best.
    I don't know if you are serious or not, but that is encouraging. Thanks!

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