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Is the Gigabyte geforce gtc 1050ti compatible with a asrock motherboard and an intel core i3 3.30ghz
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  1. Yes it is. You are good.
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  2. clutchc said:
    Yes it is. You are good.


    yeah but the problem is that on the back of the package there is writen : minimum system power requiermentbased on pc configured with an intel core i7 3.3 Ghz CPU but the seller told me it would support it
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  3. Rob_110 said:
    clutchc said:
    Yes it is. You are good.


    yeah but the problem is that on the back of the package there is writen : minimum system power requiermentbased on pc configured with an intel core i7 3.3 Ghz CPU but the seller told me it would support it


    That is CYA lawyer speak. Besides, the i7 demands more wattage than the i3. So I'm not sure what your problem is.
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  4. clutchc said:
    Rob_110 said:
    clutchc said:
    Yes it is. You are good.


    yeah but the problem is that on the back of the package there is writen : minimum system power requiermentbased on pc configured with an intel core i7 3.3 Ghz CPU but the seller told me it would support it


    That is CYA lawyer speak. Besides, the i7 demands more wattage than the i3. So I'm not sure what your problem is.


    I may have explaned mysewlf badly. the problem is that on the back of the package it says that the minimum is a i7 3.20 ghz to support it. But the seller told me that my i3 3.30 ghz could support it. What does CYA atand for?
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  5. Rob_110 said:
    clutchc said:
    Rob_110 said:
    clutchc said:
    Yes it is. You are good.


    yeah but the problem is that on the back of the package there is writen : minimum system power requiermentbased on pc configured with an intel core i7 3.3 Ghz CPU but the seller told me it would support it


    That is CYA lawyer speak. Besides, the i7 demands more wattage than the i3. So I'm not sure what your problem is.


    I may have explaned mysewlf badly. the problem is that on the back of the package it says that the minimum is a i7 3.20 ghz to support it. But the seller told me that my i3 3.30 ghz could support it. What does CYA atand for?


    lol


    do you have a pcie slot?

    is your power supply good enough to power it?

    motherboard bios up to date?


    your case can physically fit the card?


    cpu does not matter for it actually working or not


    if you have an old i3 it may be too weak to keep up with a 1050 ti however
    which means the card will not perform as it should, it will still work


    use this and post back specifically the make and model of the motherboard and cpu

    http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
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  6. maxalge said:
    Rob_110 said:
    clutchc said:
    Rob_110 said:
    clutchc said:
    Yes it is. You are good.


    yeah but the problem is that on the back of the package there is writen : minimum system power requiermentbased on pc configured with an intel core i7 3.3 Ghz CPU but the seller told me it would support it


    That is CYA lawyer speak. Besides, the i7 demands more wattage than the i3. So I'm not sure what your problem is.


    I may have explaned mysewlf badly. the problem is that on the back of the package it says that the minimum is a i7 3.20 ghz to support it. But the seller told me that my i3 3.30 ghz could support it. What does CYA atand for?


    lol


    do you have a pcie slot?

    is your power supply good enough to power it?

    motherboard bios up to date?


    cpu does not matter for it actually working or not


    if you have an old i3 it may be too weak to keep up with a 1050 ti however


    my power supply is good enough i have a 500w and minimum is 300w
    i have a chipest 1151 i3 3.30 ghz but dont remember from what year it is or the model.
    mother board is pretty good but dont know that ether. and the pcie slot is where u put the grafics card?
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    Rob_110 said:
    What does CYA atand for?


    Cover Your A--
    You are misinterpreting the disclaimer on the box, and worrying over nothing. The card is totally compatible with that and almost every other modern CPU.
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  8. thanks
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