Can I use ASUS GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with ASUS PRIME Z490-P?
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Most GTX 1050ti cards don't need a auxiliary PCI-E power connector. These cards usually consume less than 75w, which is the amount of power the PCI-E x16 slot provides.
Otherwise I don't know why you're asking if they're compatible..... why wouldn't they be?
- n/aLv 74 weeks ago
No you can not use a ASUS graphics card of a ASUS motherboard, completely incompatible. That motherboard supports PCI-E 3.0 and that card is PCI-E 3.0, silly to think to could even fit
- Laurence ILv 71 month ago
That GPU can be used on almost any basic desktop(preferably that has pci-e v3.0 slot to put it in and that has a 300 watt or better psu). it doesnt have any extra psu connections because it doesnt need them which means it consumes 70 watts or less which modern mainboards can supply through jus the slot. Basically its a low powered GPU but still very capable. Its about as low as you could go in terms of GPU for a mainboard as nice as that and still work reasonably well. The mainboard can support two GPU's operating in crossfire modes provided the appropriate PSU is fitted to the pc to provide their power requirements.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 month ago
yes. should work just fine
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- ∅Lv 71 month ago
as long as you have sufficient power connectors from your PSU.
- dewcoonsLv 71 month ago
Depends. What determines is you can use any card in any computer (or laptop) is whether the computer has a port that the card can used in. The make GeForce cards with different connectors. So some of them will be usable in your computer. Others will not. And they make 1050 cards with difference connectors, so the model number does not tell us if it will work.
You need to determine what video ports you have available to you with the computer and them purchase a card that is able to fit in the port. There may be a 1050 that will do that.