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GPU Change on a Pre-built PC?

Feb 1, 2018 3:37PM PST

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Besides will it fit.
Feb 1, 2018 3:45PM PST

The Kepler-based GT 730 with GDDR5 memory. It has an official TDP of 25W which was offered is about 1/3 the Watts of the 1050 Ti.

So the 180W power supply has me writing this is a bad idea.

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What if i get 700 watt psu
Feb 1, 2018 4:00PM PST

what if i get a 700 watt coolermaster psu with the gtx 1050ti mini

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Still can be problematic.
Feb 1, 2018 4:06PM PST

Not only the Watts but how many rails the +12V has. Lots of priors so in short, it will be a single rail PSU.

The links didn't supply clearances so I can't check this for you. Lenovo didn't keep the product docs so I can't tell what height the x16 slot is. You may have to try it.

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