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Can't find out what wattage my psu has

Dr Seuss
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Okay, I'm trying to add a graphics card to my pc but i need 300w min psu to add it. So I look inside my pc and check my psu sticker, and it's not on there. I looked up the dp/n number and it gave me random numbers. Pls help, how do I find out the psu? I want to avoid replacing it if I can.

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1 minute ago, iamdarkyoshi said:

Its a dell precision? Those usually had fairly grunty power supplies in them, definitely at least 300w. I'm sure it'll work. If not, it'll shut itself off under load and won't destroy anything

Okay, that's comforting. If it helps, the pc has a Quadro 600 gpu in right now, with 32gb ram. 

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