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    Default Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Following are my computer's specification

    MOTHERBOARD- Intel DH61WW
    RAM- 8gb
    Processor- I5-3470
    PSU - Cosair vs 450watts

    will it support gtx 1050ti?


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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    I belive your good to go with only one card according to these specs your PSU at 450 watts should give you enough power as well but it is close
    but wait for one of our video card guru's to chime in here before you pull the trigger on this.
    See specs below:

    GPU Engine Specs

    CUDA Cores
    768

    Graphics Clock (MHz)
    1290

    Processor Clock (MHz)
    1392
    Graphics Performance
    high-6747

    Memory Specs

    Memory Clock
    7 Gbps
    Standard Memory Config
    4 GB Minimum System Power Requirement 300 (W)


    GPU Interface

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    SLI NO!
    Crossfire NO!

    Expansion Slots
    Motherboard Graphics


    1 x PCI 32bit

    1 x PCIe 2.0 x1


    1 x PCIe 2.0 x16



    Yes the Intel DH61WW motherboard has an on board graphics chip

    No the Intel DH61WW motherboard can not link Nvidia SLI cards

    No the Intel DH61WW motherboard can not link AMD/ATI Crossfire cards

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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Thank you for your reply. so is there any risk?


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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    I wouldn't think so but wait for his reply to be sure!!

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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    I wouldn't think so but wait for his reply to be sure!!
    whose reply?


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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    real Neil or josh jacks either one of these guys will chime in tomorrow and let you know

    Oh and welcome to pure overclock

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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    real Neil or josh jacks either one of these guys will chime in tomorrow and let you know
    okay, Thanks a lot buddy.


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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    I guess no one is paying attention to this tread and our posts but you and me, sorry about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    I guess no one is paying attention to this tread and our posts but you and me, sorry about that
    hmmm Thanks for helping though...


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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    I would do it.

    The GPU's power requirements are usually overstated in order to err on the side of caution.
    A 450W PSU should be good to power that card. (especially since it is a low power user)

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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Thanks Neil that's what I thought as well

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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I would do it.

    The GPU's power requirements are usually overstated in order to err on the side of caution.
    A 450W PSU should be good to power that card. (especially since it is a low power user)
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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    real Neil or josh jacks either one of these guys will chime in tomorrow and let you know

    Oh and welcome to pure overclock
    Ah, you picked the one weekend that I had special training and traveling to do. I almost said the one weekend I'm busy, but I'm busy every weekend. Outervision has a great PSU calc and while I didn't have your full specs, you can see your main components only come to 218W load. Intel Core i5-3470 3200 MHz Ivy Bridge NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti - OuterVision PSU Calculator That gives you plenty of overhead since other parts don't add much to power needs. The key is seeing now many Amps are on the 12V rail. Looks like you'd need less than 20A and it seems most 450W units would have 30-35A on that rail. That's a bit more detail so you know why you're good to go. Btw,
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    Default Re: Will my pc support Gtx1050ti?

    Agree with Vinny and Josh!

    The GTX1050ti (like it's predecessors) is almost purpose built for this scenario. Quick and easy boost, and well within what I think your power budget would be.

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