Hi guys. I currently have a GTX 750, which is obviously not as good as a GTX 1050. The reason I need something equivalent to a GTX 1050, is because that is what the minimum is for Windows Mixed Reality, and I am planning on getting a headset. I have found some alternatives to it that possibly...
I am installing a GTX 1050 by Gigabyte. I have it secured in my mainboard, but I don't see anywhere for the power supply to plug into. Do some graphics cards not need the power supply to plug into? My old card the GTX 770 by msi had a six and four pin connection, please help, i'm new at this,
Was just checking Dell's website and they already listed the new updated model (9560) with Kaby Lake and GTX 1050. This will be one of the first notebook with mobile GP107 (GTX 1050).
- New GP107 GPU
Successor to GM107 (GTX 750/750 Ti)
- 128-bit GDDR5 / 2GB or 4GB
- Replaces the GTX 950, price on the same level
- Agressive pricing
- Shipments late September, launch mid-October
More here: www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/22509-nvidia-lanserar-geforce-gtx-1050-i-oktober