[DEAD] EVGA GTX 1050 3GB $109.99 @ evga_official on Ebay (more deals added)

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VirtualLarry

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Hmm, they seem to have some other good deals on that site too. Here's some PSU deals, and a DDR4 GT1030 deal:

EVGA 500W Bronze $29.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-500-BR-80-BRONZE-500W-3-Year-Warranty-Power-Supply-100-BR-0500-K1-/263805931076

EVGA 1000W Gold G2 $114.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-SuperNOVA-1000-G2-80-GOLD-1000W-Fully-Modular-120-G2-1000-XR-/263657161160

EVGA 850W Platinum $109.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-SuperNOVA-850-PQ-80-PLATINUM-Semi-Modular-10-Yr-Warranty-210-PQ-0850-X1-/263946920755

EVGA GT1030 2GB DDR4 passive LP $59.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-GeForce-GT-1030-DDR4-2GB-SDDR4-Passive-Low-Profile-02G-P4-6232-KR-/263793993428

EVGA 1300W Gold G2 $149.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-SuperNOVA-1300-G2-1300W-Fully-Modular-10-Year-Warranty-120-G2-1300-XR-/263657166840

Worth taking a look at their online Ebay store to be sure.

Edit: Note, the DDR4 GT1030 is not really suitable for gaming, get the GDDR5 version (or especially the GTX 1050 3GB) if you want to do gaming. But for upgrading the 2D display output of a Sandy / Ivy Bridge rig, this card would be superb.
 

Meghan54

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Hmm, they seem to have some other good deals on that site too. Here's some PSU deals, and a DDR4 GT1030 deal:

EVGA 500W Bronze $29.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-500-BR-80-BRONZE-500W-3-Year-Warranty-Power-Supply-100-BR-0500-K1-/263805931076

EVGA 1000W Gold G2 $114.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-SuperNOVA-1000-G2-80-GOLD-1000W-Fully-Modular-120-G2-1000-XR-/263657161160

EVGA 850W Platinum $109.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-SuperNOVA-850-PQ-80-PLATINUM-Semi-Modular-10-Yr-Warranty-210-PQ-0850-X1-/263946920755

EVGA GT1030 2GB DDR4 passive LP $59.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-GeForce-GT-1030-DDR4-2GB-SDDR4-Passive-Low-Profile-02G-P4-6232-KR-/263793993428

EVGA 1300W Gold G2 $149.99 FS
https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-SuperNOVA-1300-G2-1300W-Fully-Modular-10-Year-Warranty-120-G2-1300-XR-/263657166840

Worth taking a look at their online Ebay store to be sure.

Edit: Note, the DDR4 GT1030 is not really suitable for gaming, get the GDDR5 version (or especially the GTX 1050 3GB) if you want to do gaming. But for upgrading the 2D display output of a Sandy / Ivy Bridge rig, this card would be superb.

I'd honestly think about removing that Bronze 500W power supply you listed. Don't think it's much of a deal considering its output is rated at 30C, and I cannot fathom any enclosed computer case with a cpu and gpu ever getting below 30C for much of its running time, except maybe while idling or just cruising the internet. Faced with internal case temps above 30C, it'll derate its output or worse, just shut down from its overtemp protections. Too many other decent units that are similar with more realistic temp ratings....like 40C or even better, 50C.
 

VirtualLarry

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I'd honestly think about removing that Bronze 500W power supply you listed. Don't think it's much of a deal considering its output is rated at 30C
Well, no. I'm sorry that you don't consider that a "deal", but among budget PSUs, let me assure you that it is. Usually a non-80Plus Rosewill 400W is more expensive than this one.

So it's rated at 30C. Big deal. That means it's really more like a 430W PSU @ 50C. It does NOT mean that it "shuts down" above 30C, that's just FUD, and shows that you don't understand PSU specs. Derating curves, are not operating specifications.

Edit: Sorry to seem curt, it appears that you do know about PSUs. But I think that your fears of this PSU shutting down are unfounded. I've got a 500W or 600W EVGA Bronze, running one of my mining rigs, with a G4560 and two RX 570 cards, running flat-out, and it's fine.
 
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That is a solid deal on the 1050 at $40 less than the EVGA site. The 1070 Ti they have on ebay on the other hand is $80 more than buying from them through the EVGA site. Now I have to check both everyday.
 

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