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EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti US $123.49 Including Shipping at Amazon (AU $166.45 Approx) Prime Only

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Was looking for a new graphics card and came across this. Cheapest local price I saw was over $200. It's an EVGA card so I believe should come with international warranty etc. This offer is for Amazon Prime customers only but there is a free trial available.

Also non TI version at https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-Support-Graphics-02G-P4-... is a bit cheaper than local (USD109.67 or approx $147.86)

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  • Exclusively for Prime Members

    • Sorry - my bad. I signed up for a free Prime trial as I was just over in the US on holidays. I will update the post to reflect that.

    • +4

      Just sign up for free prime then unsubscribe

    • Have you never shopped on Amazon? Prime is free to join and cancel before being billed.

      • +3

        Only for those who have never used an Amazon Prime trial before.

  • Good price, I paid about that for the non-Ti only a few months ago. Using it in my HTPC, it runs a 4K tv at 60hz via hdmi just fine (plus I can game on it now) :)

  • how long will it stay at this price. if i buy this can i just do a free prime trial then cancel before 30 days.

    • Yep. I cancelled my free trial as soon as I received my items I bought with no issues. It stays active until the end of the trial period even after cancellation though in case any other deals come up in the next 30 days. No idea how long it will stay at this price though.

  • A similar price comes up every 2-3 weeks on this exact card, in fact it was closer to $145 not too long ago. Hasn't needed prime before.
    So unless you want to waste your prime trial now, just wait IMO.

    • Are you sure? I checked CamelCamelCamel and it shows previous low at around USD135+shipping

      • I just checked, it was Amazon UK.
        Their prices show VAT included so specials can be hard to find - the VAT only comes off at checkout.

  • +3

    While international warranty may seem appealing, the postage cost of roughly $70 to make a claim and send it to Taiwan may become less feasable with a cheaper low end card.
    Perhaps consider a local card with local warranty. From $165 on SI;

    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 OC 2GB
    

    http://staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=gtx%201050&spos...

    • +4

      Just remember that link is for the non-TI version

  • Would the extra power from the 1060 be worth it if I was only playing Wow?