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1650 SUPER with a 240 watt PSU?

So I currently have a 240 watt psu in a pre-built Dell Inspiron. I am currently running a GTX 1050 LP in it and have been for the past 2 years. I recently wanted an upgrade for better fps in games. I was wondering if a 1650 SUPER would be able to run with my low power 240 watt PSU.

Or should I just go with the 1650 LP version to be safe?

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I think you should go for the 1650 LP as it uses less power and just in case you want to add a new SSD or CPU but u can also buy a new PSU for $50 on amazon 500watt and can you tell me what game you want to get higher FPS on 

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you could get a 1650 super or likely a 1660 running in it.

1 minute ago, SnowyLynx-_- said:

I think you should go for the 1650 LP as it uses less power and just in case you want to add a new SSD or CPU but u can also buy a new PSU for $50 on amazon 500watt and can you tell me what game you want to get higher FPS on 

SSD uses almost 0. a RGB keyboard uses more.

not always many older dells use non standard PSUs

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4 minutes ago, SnowyLynx-_- said:

I think you should go for the 1650 LP as it uses less power and just in case you want to add a new SSD or CPU but u can also buy a new PSU for $50 on amazon 500watt and can you tell me what game you want to get higher FPS on 

I have an SSD on it already and I feel like getting a new gpu is a hassle, especially because of the PC's weird form factor. I want to get more fps in rainbow six siege and overwatch. 

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3 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

you could get a 1650 super or likely a 1660 running in it.

SSD uses almost 0. a RGB keyboard uses more.

not always many older dells use non standard PSUs

yeah I think it's a non standard PSU.

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yah then id suggest buying the 1660 SUPER as it gets constent 180fps to 200

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1 minute ago, SnowyLynx-_- said:

yah then id suggest buying the 1660 SUPER as it gets constent 180fps to 200

the 1660 or the 1650? also would the 1650 super be ok with my low power PSU?

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3 minutes ago, s_limmy said:

the 1660 or the 1650? also would the 1650 super be ok with my low power PSU?

a 1650 super or a 1660. a 1660 uses just a tad more but at 125W it is a big amount of your total PSU.

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13 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

a 1650 super or a 1660. a 1660 uses just a tad more but at 125W it is a big amount of your total PSU.

I think I'll get the 1650 super. Thank you all for the help.

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3 minutes ago, s_limmy said:

I think I'll get the 1650 super. Thank you all for the help.

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2 hours ago, s_limmy said:

So I currently have a 240 watt psu in a pre-built Dell Inspiron. I am currently running a GTX 1050 LP in it and have been for the past 2 years. I recently wanted an upgrade for better fps in games. I was wondering if a 1650 SUPER would be able to run with my low power 240 watt PSU.

Or should I just go with the 1650 LP version to be safe?

sure, 1650 is 75w gpu, since it dont have power connector

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19 minutes ago, AdkatkaShow said:

sure, 1650 is 75w gpu, since it dont have power connector

the 1650 super does have a power connecter though.

Linus' recent video shows him using SATA to 6 pin to power it. But I'm not sure if I can because I have my HDD and SSD connected to the SATA already.

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1 minute ago, s_limmy said:

the 1650 super does have a power connecter though.

oops sorry, did not see a super there. Suggested psu is 350w. Get a 600w psu for future upgrades

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8 hours ago, AdkatkaShow said:

oops sorry, did not see a super there. Suggested psu is 350w. Get a 600w psu for future upgrades

I would like to, but it's too much of an hassle because of Dell's weird PSUs and such. So I just wanted to know if I am able to use a 1650s with a 240 watt.

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4 hours ago, s_limmy said:

I would like to, but it's too much of an hassle because of Dell's weird PSUs and such. So I just wanted to know if I am able to use a 1650s with a 240 watt.

sure, if your system without gpu takes less than 165w then, you are good to go

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