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Ofbasecfin
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I want to upgrade my pc by putting a msi gtx 1050 ti gaming x 4gb in it.

But I can't find out if it would work since my powersupply is weird, and I need to find out which powersupply it is.

 

The PC I have is the MEDION Akoya E2098.

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Just now, Alexsolo said:

Pretty sure you don't need any PCIe power connectors to the card.

Just 75W from the board is enough for the 1050TI

Sooo, you just put it in the motherboard without any other cables you need to plug in the motherboard/GPU and it works?

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Just now, Alexsolo said:

Yeah, the GPU takes the power it needs from the PCIe slot on the motherboard ~ 75 watts, doesn't need any more than that.

 

If you were to install a 1060 then you'd need a 6 pin. 

Thanks, else I'd have trouble buying cables, or finding them for no reason.

I appreciate the help.

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1 hour ago, Ofbasecfin said:

Thanks, else I'd have trouble buying cables, or finding them for no reason.

I appreciate the help.

But make sure the card doesn't have a 6-pin connecter, just to be sure, since some 1050Ti cards do have them.

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1 hour ago, Alexsolo said:

Mark my answer as "solved" to mark the thread as solved! :D (checkmark under my post)

Just did, btw, you're a floatplane pilot? 

What's a floatplane?

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5 hours ago, Ofbasecfin said:

I want to upgrade my pc by putting a msi gtx 1050 ti gaming x 4gb in it.

But I can't find out if it would work since my powersupply is weird, and I need to find out which powersupply it is.

 

The PC I have is the MEDION Akoya E2098.

Can you provide an image of your PSU.

 

I do not have high hopes that your PSU is good, however, I believe Medion just uses OEM versions of motherboard and stuff like that, so it's easily replaceable.

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16 hours ago, Comic_Sans_MS said:

Can you provide an image of your PSU.

 

I do not have high hopes that your PSU is good, however, I believe Medion just uses OEM versions of motherboard and stuff like that, so it's easily replaceable.

It's built in, ain't easy to remove it lmao, but it's already solved, but thanks anyways.

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19 hours ago, Alexsolo said:

It's the video platform offered by Linus, where all videos (that will be uploaded on youtube) are uploaded onto the forum a week or two in advance.

It costs $3 a month

Also this service is called "Floatplane Club" or "Floatplane" hence my title being a "Floatplane pilot"

oooh.

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20 hours ago, Veczen said:

But make sure the card doesn't have a 6-pin connecter, just to be sure, since some 1050Ti cards do have them.

I already found out it fits, cause someone has the same mobo, and the same 1050 ti gaming i want, and for him it worked.

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