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I have a Dell optiplex XE2, I5 4570 4 Core 4 Thread, DDR3 8GB. I found a gtx 1060 6gb deal. Can i run it directly off my optiplex. Can i run a gtx 1050ti Directly off my optiplex ?? Do i need a new PSU ?? Which GPU is better for my optiplex ?? Is getting gtx 1060 will it be a significant boost compared to the gtx 1050 ti
 
 
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gtx 750ti or rx 560 might be a good option.

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22 minutes ago, Sushil21 said:

Do i need a new PSU ??

do you know which PSU you have?

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Just now, podkall said:

do you know which PSU you have?

I've looked on the Dell website and its 300-350w, but doesn't mention what connectors it has unfortunately

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8 minutes ago, Riyon133546 said:

gtx 750ti or rx 560 might be a good option.

They are ancient cards nowadays with very little power for anything remotely modern

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I'd open it up and have a look at what space and connectors you have, a 1060 requires external power.

 

1050 should not. With the 1650 and 1050 Ti, some do and some don't. Same story with the RX 560.

 

Also important to confirm if your case is the tower or not as thin PCs might need a low profile card, or in the worst case might not even have a PCI-E slot.

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1 hour ago, Blasty Blosty said:

I've looked on the Dell website and its 300-350w, but doesn't mention what connectors it has unfortunately

some 1050TIs don't need power connectors, but only specific models, the only question is if the extra 75W is too much or not

 

50 minutes ago, Tetras said:

1050 should not. With the 1650 and 1050 Ti, some do and some don't. Same story with the RX 560.

 

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current PC:

Ryzen 5 5600 |16GB DDR4 3200Mhz | B450 | GTX 1080 ti

PCs I used before:

  1. Pentium G4500 | 4GB/8GB DDR4 2133Mhz | H110 | GTX 1050
  2. Ryzen 3 1200 3,5Ghz / OC:4Ghz | 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz / 16GB 3200Mhz | B450 | GTX 1050
  3. Ryzen 3 1200 3,5Ghz | 16GB 3200Mhz | B450 | GTX 1080 ti
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