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Grard488

Upgrading my pc

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Well, you could just use your old thread but hey.

Check your PSU for the appropriate power connectors, i mean 6+2 PCIe Power and cross check with the specific card you are going to buy. Some have a different power design. Also check the measurements inside your case, but you are probably fine on that front. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Manderis said:

Well, you could just use your old thread but hey.

Check your PSU for the appropriate power connectors, i mean 6+2 PCIe Power and cross check with the specific card you are going to buy. Some have a different power design. Also check the measurements inside your case, but you are probably fine on that front. 

I could of but I figured it was old and no one would see it. That’s labor on my power supply idk if that helps.

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On 2/8/2019 at 6:02 PM, Manderis said:

I don't know. Just check what cables are plugged into your gpu. 

I checked the plug into my gpu and it 6+2 and the 2060 says and needs 8 so I guess I’m okay with that.

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2 hours ago, Grard488 said:

I checked the plug into my gpu and it 6+2 and the 2060 says and needs 8 so I guess I’m okay with that.

You are right

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On 2/17/2019 at 7:12 AM, Manderis said:

:D

I did. 

I just meant you are right, that you are OK with that psu and you can buy the 2060

So do I have to update my bios when I put in the new graphics card and cpu.

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