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Does A MSI GTX 1050Ti Or A GTX 1650 Work With A 300w PSU?

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Does A MSI GTX 1050Ti Or A GTX 1650 Work With A 300w PSU , I Really Need To Know

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What psu? Can you give us the model? 300w is not enough info.

 

With a goos quality unit its possible IF it isnt beinf pushed to the limits AND has the needed connectors. There is also some no additional power gtx1650s which can also work. IF its a good quality unit

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idk it my pc is from a ACER ASPIRE Tc-280 so idk the psu

 

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13 hours ago, TRBES said:

idk it my pc is from a ACER ASPIRE Tc-280 so idk the psu

 

Yeah probably.  OEM PSUs are usually extremely accurate with the ratings on the side, as they are meant for the OEM to use as an exact metric as opposed to being a marketing device.  What you're used to getting from a bottom-tier 500w you'd get from a 240w OEM PSU.

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so i can put a gtx 1650 in my pc? with a 300w psu or even a gtx 1060?

 

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I Might Make Upgrades To My PC So Does A GTX 1050 Ti Work With A 300W OEM PSU?

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1 minute ago, TRBES said:

I Might Make Upgrades To My PC So Does A GTX 1050 Ti Work With A 300W OEM PSU?

should be fine but dont expect to upgrade up to anything else 

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  • CPU
    10700k 5ghz All core 47 ring ratio 1.275v bios, 1.278v hwinfo
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z590 A Pro
  • RAM
    Kingston Fury 2x16 3600mhz c18 Tuned to 4000mhz c17 with sub, etc
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 3080 Gaming Oc Revision
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    CoolerMaster H500
    2x 200mm front, 200mm top, a12x15 back
  • Storage
    970 Evo Plus 500gb OS, Sn550 1tb, 860 evo 500gb, wd 5400rpm 1tb, 2tb MX500
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    RM750x (2018)
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    Acer Nitro vg272up, Kogan 24 1080 120hz
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    Deepcool Assassin 3, EK M.2 NVMe Heatsink on 970 evo plus
     
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    Cpu: i5-8400
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    Ram: 2x8gb 2666 c16 hyperx fury, tuned the absolute balls out of it but no stehble.
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38 minutes ago, TRBES said:

I Might Make Upgrades To My PC So Does A GTX 1050 Ti Work With A 300W OEM PSU?

GTX1050Ti is an up to 75 watt part, it can get all it needs from the PCI slot.

Some 1050Ti models come with an extra power socket normally because they have an over built cooling system, so the fan/ fans need more power than the card can pull from the PCI slot.

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as long as you dont get a model with a 6 pin unless your psu comes with one?..  i have a HP pavilion with a am4 board, so a more modern one. ive installed a 310 psu which has a 6 + 2 pin.  havent tested a gpu yet,  but if yours has that cable then you should be able to go over the 75w limit,  but i would say dont go over the 100w as i suspect your psu would be designed differently than mine(these HP ones are 12v only).  best to find one and google it and look up techpowerup for details.

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